Northeast Georgia Medical Center Braselton won't be quite ready for patients, but visitors will be welcome March 29.
Two White County teens were killed in a one-vehicle wreck early Sunday west of Cleveland.
James Lester remembers Lake Knickerbocker well when he settled off Ledan Road in 1976.
Dwindling federal road money means the Georgia Department of Transportation is applying the brakes statewide to 84 projects that should be in design and 57 projects primed for right-of-way acquisition, DOT Commissioner Russell McMurry said Thursday.
Just last week, the Gainesville-based Lake Lanier Association sent an email blast with the subject line "Have you seen this houseboat?"
A panel discussion is set for tonight at the University of North Georgia's Gainesville campus on the Civil War's aftermath, including environmental impact on Georgia, Reconstruction and political effects.
The Boy Scouts of America Northeast Georgia Council honored three community leaders Tuesday night at the 2015 Gainesville American Values Dinner at the Chattahoochee Country Club in Gainesville.
After much debate, Oakwood City Council Monday night put off voting on residential parking restrictions, deciding to hash out the issue in a future work session.
Gainesville's Fleming Weaver knows firsthand how Appalachian Regional Commission dollars have benefited North Georgia.
The young business major was stumped when his counselor at Mississippi College suggested hospital administration.
A woman who has battled breast cancer three times and an active community servant were named Thursday night as the Gainesville Jaycees' 2015 Young Man and Young Woman of the Year recipients.
The stately mansion with Italianate architecture may seem a bit out of place amid the surrounding area's cow-filled pastures, country homes and stores.
A future electrical engineering major and an Ivy League hopeful were named Wednesday as the area's top STAR students.
A businessman got the Clermont Town Council's initial blessing Tuesday night to leave the North Hall town's boundaries.
U.S. Rep. Doug Collins, R-Gainesville, is trying to get the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to respond to a legal issue involving Bolding Mill Park in northwest Hall County.
Making sure that Northeast Georgia Medical Center Braselton's opening syncs with Hall County's emergency services has been anything but an afterthought in the new hospital's overall planning efforts, officials say.
For Cheryl Christian, retiring was all about timing.
Normally, people only go to the hospital if they have to.
About 60 employers will be hiring and hundreds of job seekers are expected to attend an annual job fair and career expo Thursday at the Gainesville Civic Center.
Northeast Georgia Medical Center Braselton is making an economic impression on its surrounding area, even before it opens Wednesday.
Smoked salmon was in the emergency department and apple cake squares were in the surgery waiting area at Northeast Georgia Medical Center Braselton.
Lake Lanier's blue waters could mean greenbacks for area businesses.
The key question asked at Monday night's last public-input meeting on the Hall County area's draft 2040 transportation plan was the potential impact of a transportation funding bill if passed by the Georgia General Assembly.
A gas line break at Gaines Ferry and McEver roads in Flowery Branch forced authorities to shut down the intersection, including the entrance to Four Seasons subdivision.
Floating fats entering the city's wastewater system, maggots on a pipe wall and blood on a trailer are just a few of the things found by federal investigators in an Aug. 27 inspection at Pilgrim's Pride in Gainesville.
The last public meeting on the area's 2040 transportation plan is set for tonight, but that doesn't mean the end of the road on public comment.
U.S. Rep. Doug Collins, R-Gainesville, has restarted the Army Corps of Engineers Caucus in Congress in an effort "to increase accountability and transparency," spokesman Brendan Thomas said last week.
It's official: Northeast Georgia Medical Center Braselton will be open for business April 1.
Her father's simple act of placing a pencil between her toes when she was 5 years old set Bessie Woods on the path to independent living.
Some items, such as high-speed rail, a downtown hotel/conference center and a "harbor town" mixed-use community off Lake Lanier, still seem futuristic.