Stationed just outside Saigon, the capital of South Vietnam, Rudy Guerrero and his fellow Marines got the call to go to the U.S. embassy.
From new sidewalks to police cars, visitors to Oakwood's first City Government Day since 2004 will get to see what their taxpayer dollars are providing.
Area schoolchildren got lessons on gardening Wednesday at the Hall County school system's Gardens on Greens next to its central office on Green Street.
With an estimated $170 million in needed road improvements, Hall County stands to gain from a transportation bill passed last week by the Georgia General Assembly.
Hall County school officials believe the district should end the fiscal year on June 30 in decent financial shape, with revenues exceeding expenses by as much as $7 million.
Hall County's schools chief spoke Monday night in defense of the Hall County Board of Education's position concerning whether to close Jones Elementary School as a cost-saving measure.
A crowd packed Redwine United Methodist Church in South Hall on Sunday for a ceremony remembering Confederate veterans and honoring their descendants.
Visit Redwine United Methodist Church in South Hall this afternoon and you may feel as if you have entered an eerie time warp.
Scotland has been nice, but it's time to get home.
Two area churches will be separately fanning across Hall County today to beautify, clean up and participate in other community service activities.
A Gainesville veterans group hopes to put aside past organizational woes and move forward with new energy, possibly hoping to lure some service members returning from deployment.
For Karen Rabb, Rally for the Cure is a cause she holds dear.
For those hoping to travel soon to Europe, everything is up in the air - quite literally.
OAKWOOD - Judging by rezoning and annexation applications in this South Hall city, industrial activity is on the move again, signaling an uptick in the sluggish economy.
World War II veterans, including Pearl Harbor survivor Mack Abbott of Gainesville, will lead Paul E. Bolding American Legion Post 7's Eighth Annual Memorial Day Parade on May 31.
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Flowery Branch is cracking down on "aggressive" panhandling and people regularly camping out in public places, such as streets and sidewalks.
A Winder man was killed Thursday morning after a deer he struck near Oakwood went completely through his vehicle.
Work has started on more than 20 miles of hiking and horse trails at Don Carter State Park in North Hall.
Candidates emerged for the Nov. 3 elections in cities across Hall County on Wednesday, with four-way races set in Gainesville and Lula.
When the Japanese surrender finally came, marking the end of the brutal, bloody World War II, it was no big surprise to Charles Richter.
Two different stretches of U.S. 129, both busy as they run through Hall County, are on different timelines for improvement.
Charles Morrow was angry at first.
Stocking up on fresh produce and navigating a corn maze may be bunches of fun, but getting in and out of Jaemor Farms in Northeast ...
Ray and Ellie Williams are celebrating 70 years in both love and war.
Ronald and Margaret Gee of Talmo didn't hold back their opinions of the planned widening of U.S. 129/Athens Highway in East Hall ...
Each man had a different story to tell, but their paths to business success in Hall County all started humbly.
Water conservation measures over the past few years seem to be taking hold in a 15-county metro Atlanta area that includes Hall.
Health insurance policyholders might see premium increases as high as 38 percent next year, a Gainesville insurance executive told a Gainesville audience Tuesday.
The Northeast Georgia History Center is honoring three area businessmen as "local legacies" in its annual Taste of History Luncheon.
A common sight in Europe, roundabouts are catching on in the Hall County area as a way to move traffic and ease congestion.
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