As Arlington National Cemetery comes under fire for unmarked and mismarked graves, local residents with loved ones buried at the Virginia site are left in awe.
It's nearing the end of round four in the now-infamous contest for the 9th District seat in the U.S. House. And for candidates Tom Graves and Lee Hawkins, that means there are just a few more days to mobilize supporters.
An announcement Friday morning signaled a new beginning for Army Spc. Michael Walker, who came home from a deployment in Afghanistan only to find his family's East Hall home burned to the ground.
Bullets flew by overhead just before 24-year-old Josh De Avila felt the impact in his back.
Welcoming blue walls, colorful artwork, video games and study spaces greet children who come to Hall County's newest Boys & Girls Clubs location, which opened Wednesday near Lyman Hall Elementary School.
Boling Bridge on Dawsonville Highway will close for up to eight weekends this fall as workers repair beams across the structure.
The Hall County community has stepped up to make going back to school less intimidating for some local children.
They're giants on the road.
At Gainesville's Chattahoochee Golf Course, intense summer heat brings new challenges when it comes to preserving the greens.
With low voter turnout expected for the Aug. 10 runoff election, candidates need to work twice as hard to woo support from those who come to the polls - because in this race, every vote counts.
With some shoveled soil and a big vision for the future, the seeds have been planted for growth, health and life in Gainesville's Newtown neighborhood.
New grant money will extend the services one Gainesville organization can provide for those who are homeless and have a disability.
A new ordinance presented at the Gainesville City Council work session Thursday would make recycling water a requirement for new car washes, but local car washing businesses may already make it a priority.
Hall County citizens can cast ballots again as early voting for the general primary runoff election begins today.
One Gainesville company providing spill-response products to the Gulf of Mexico could do more to help with cleanup efforts - but BP officials aren't biting.