Oakwood City Council vowed Monday night to look for ways to stop city residents having to pay a higher fire protection tax than those who live outside cities.
Through a common, everyday household item, not a high-tech device with a big Pentagon price tag, area residents can help save military lives in one of Afghanistan's deadliest regions.
Two Flowery Branch City Council members plan to seek re-election in November.
Flowery Branch officials batted down concerns Thursday night that property rezoned for light manufacturing and industrial uses last year would be affected by the creation of a heavy uses category.
Competitive paddlers from throughout the country have descended on Gainesville-Hall County this week for a major canoe/kayak event, meaning a big boost in income for area businesses.
A touchy February 2010 rezoning has spurred a proposed change in Flowery Branch's zoning law.
A group of Georgia Mountains elected officials has produced a recommended road projects list for next summer's statewide vote on the 1 percent, 10-year sales tax for transportation.
James Jennings of Gainesville and his international relief organization, Conscience International, have returned from the famine-ravaged Horn of Africa, where they helped provide aid to starving refugees.
What big Hall County road projects will get cut?
FLOWERY BRANCH - Festivals, often a big draw for this South Hall city, can be an inconvenience for Crow Realty.
The economic downturn has caught up with longtime Gainesville businessmen Don and Doug Carter.
HOSCHTON - The late April tornado outbreak that killed hundreds across the South inspired Mary Smith of South Hall to take action in her own community.
First Century Bank of Gainesville has been recognized by the ABA Banking Journal as one of "Banking's Top Performers" in 2010.
Standing at a Hall Area Transit bus stop may become a thing of the past for many riders.
Mike Harris figured the National Football League was getting close to a new labor deal, noticing a little activity this week at the Atlanta Falcons headquarters a couple miles away in Flowery Branch.
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A national anti-abortion speaker called on a South Hall crowd Thursday night to be "heroes" in ongoing work to save unborn babies and minister to ...
Hall County's lawsuit against an insurer for uncollected bond payments on sidewalk construction came to an end Wednesday night.
Richard Mecum remembers clearly Ted Oglesby's words to him in 1979 when he decided to run for Hall County sheriff.
Authorities are awaiting the results of an autopsy of two decomposed bodies found Tuesday afternoon at a Gainesville home in what could be a murder-suicide.
Jarl Echols' life got a little peachier Tuesday morning.
A Tennessee-Georgia border issue that caused a stir a few years ago may resurface at the Lake Lanier Association's annual meeting Saturday.
Oakwood's road improvement efforts aren't gearing down anytime soon.
State labor numbers show Hall County's jobless number ticked up a bit in January, but that increase has officials far from worried.
Dismantling the Affordable Care Act has become like political sport in Washington, with Republicans and Democrats duking it out and pundits also in the fray.
Some early work has started on the new Mincey Marble site in the Gainesville Business Park off Calvary Church Road.
A proposed new doughnut shop got the Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board's approval Tuesday night.
A defunct underground fuel tank on city-owned property is giving Oakwood an above-ground headache.
The Thompson Mill Road bridge over Interstate 985 will be closed at some point for repairs, according to the Georgia Department of Transportation.
Vilified years ago as a potential Hall County road project, the Northern Connector surfaced again last week - to some degree.
The uproar over a proposed 820-home retirement community in Gainesville remains focused on worries over the development's impact on Dawsonville Highway/Ga. 53 traffic.
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