Oakwood City Council gave its final OK Monday night to changes in its alcoholic beverages law, lowering the minimum requirement for seating areas in restaurants to 35 from 55.
MURRAYVILLE - Workers wrestled the sheep outside the pen to a waiting electric razor wielded by Randy Pinson of Cartersville.
Hall Area Transit has decided not to pursue some $200,000 in federal stimulus money, as plans for a proposed maintenance building haven't materialized.
Flowery Branch is gearing up for the next fiscal year, which starts July 1.
Replacement of an aging two-lane bridge over Lake Lanier at Clarks Bridge Park is on the horizon.
An agency is moving ahead with a long-range transportation plan for Hall County, having submitted a draft to the Atlanta Regional Commission and setting up a third public hearing.
The Hall County Sheriff's Office is investigating a Sunday night shooting that sent a Gainesville man to Northeast Georgia Medical Center.
JEFFERSON - Fire struck the popular Pendergrass Flea Market in Jackson County overnight Sunday, but the business manager said he expects to be back in operation by this weekend.
New playgrounds and restrooms and improved camping sites are just a few of the improvements visitors will see at U.S. Army Corps of Engineers parks around Lake Lanier.
Have a good rest, Hall County school system students.
Hall County can boast a No. 10 ranking among Georgia counties in a recent health study, but that high perch should be kept in perspective, said Dr. David N. Westfall, the state's district public health director.
Northeast Georgia governments have submitted their "unconstrained project lists" as part of a push toward a statewide 2012 vote on a new 1-cent sales tax for transportation improvements.
Hopes for a new adult literacy center in South Hall have been dashed again.
Oakwood has two new tornado sirens up and running - including one near where an August 2008 tornado struck - and is preparing to put up a third one on the Chestnut Mountain side of town.
Civil War remembrances will look a lot different with the 150th anniversary than they did during the 100th, Glen Kyle of the Northeast Georgia History Center, said Tuesday.
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Kim Johnson isn't interested in putting a bar in her newly opened restaurant off Main Street in Lula - nor does she really have the ...
A city historic preservation board gave Flowery Branch its blessing Tuesday to the South Hall city's plans for a new City Hall.
A woman and her 12-year-old daughter, both from Maysville, were killed when the mother crossed the center line in her car and struck a pickup ...
Nearly 750,000 Georgians have cast votes ahead of the Nov. 8 general election, Secretary of State Brian Kemp told a Gainesville audience Tuesday afternoon.
Oakwood is poised to approve its 2017 budget next month, following a public hearing Monday night that drew no residents.
With chants of "Kids are our future, let them live," some 35 people marched on Gainesville streets Sunday afternoon to protest violence that's rocking ...
With Lake Lanier 8 feet below full pool and falling, Val Perry has a message for Lake Lanier Association members: Move your dock.
Proposed development in one of Hall County's hottest areas for growth has scratched at old wounds over sewer between Lula and Hall County.
Browns Bridge, one of Hall County's few links to neighboring counties over Lake Lanier, is slated to be closed for repairs the next two ...
Hurricane Matthew's disastrous spin up the East Coast, particularly the Carolinas, has triggered a huge humanitarian response from Georgia relief workers, faith-based groups and ...
Before turning dirt on the new Flowery Branch City Hall, the South Hall city is planning to get a blessing for the project from an ...
A Nov. 2 meeting has been set to discuss traffic alternatives to Martin Road as part of plans to build a new, nearby Interstate 985 ...
A Whitfield County sheriff's deputy ran a stop sign, injuring herself and two inmates in a fiery North Hall wreck Monday morning, according to ...
A Flowery Branch man has been named director of the Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency.
A 75-acre subdivision is being proposed near Lake Lanier in West Hall.
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