As vacationers in North Georgia travel to the area's state parks and historic sites this summer, they might notice the effects of budget cuts and dwindling state support, some park managers said.
The room is sweltering but silent; the noisy air conditioner must be turned off during filming.
No injuries resulted from a fire that evacuated one apartment building and displaced residents of three apartment units Monday evening. Gainesville Fire Chief Jon Canada said three city stations responded to a fire at Glenn Cove Apartments on Norton Drive. The call came in about 5:40 p.m. Canada said the fire had been contained after about 14 minutes.
When you travel from literature lectures to current events discussions to music history classes, all of the information is bound to get a little jumbled from day to day. But if you've taken good notes in class, separating Shakespeare's sonnets from Sarah Palin's speeches and Stravinsky's sonatas will be a snap.
Gainesville High School student Danika Wright has never had a job, so learning the ins and outs of the working world this summer has been a real wake-up call.
Federal regulation changes from the U.S. Department of Transportation are saving Hall County some money.
Curbside trash service is off the table for Gainesville, officials said at a public meeting to discuss the city's solid waste service Thursday.
David Letterman might be more careful with communication with his audiences after a conversation with one Gainesville man cost him a steak dinner.
Pens, paper, notebooks and folders are standard purchases for parents getting ready to send their kids back to school in August - but United Way of Hall County is asking for a little more.
When voters came out to the Hall County polls Tuesday, few had to wait in line for long to make their voices heard as voter turnout in the area was lower than expected, election officials said.
Gainesville's infamous black bear is heading north, out of residential areas, an official from the state Department of Natural Resources said Tuesday.
Local businessman Jack Frost has risen to the top of his field ever since destiny knocked on his door more than 50 years ago.
Collaboration is the key. The Hall County government recently received a grant to help at-risk high school students achieve in school and graduate - and a wide variety of agencies will work together to make that happen. The grant, $94,317 from the Governor's Office for Children and Families, creates a "system of care" in Hall County. The system connects literacy, mentoring and educational agencies to students struggling with tru0ancy, behavioral problems and substance abuse, among ...
She planned on going home with a healthy baby girl, on rocking her daughter to sleep each night, on nursing her when she needed to be fed and holding her when she cried.
Multiple Gainesville residents reported bear sightings Friday morning following an unsuccessful trapping effort Thursday afternoon.