Longtime Gainesville broadcaster A.O. "Red" Healan was featured on country music's biggest stage Saturday night.
The children didn't have to be told twice they could explore the new dairy exhibit at Gainesville's Interactive Neighborhood for Kids.
Harold Martin had two things motivating him when he stood on the hillside with his 8 mm camera.
Monthly furloughs are over for Flowery Branch employees.
New Flowery Branch City Council members are about to go back to school.
The brightest high school seniors from 10 Gainesville and Hall County public and private high schools were honored Tuesday at a Kiwanis Club luncheon for the Student Teacher Achievement Recognition program.
Pulling away from the Shell gas station, where he had just filled up the company dump truck, was the last thing Chris Garrett remembered before the fateful wreck on Oct. 15, 1980.
To lure more potential homebuyers to a South Hall mega-subdivision, a developer is offering to double up on homebuyer tax credits offered as part of the federal economic stimulus package.
Flowery Branch City Council voted Thursday night to approve a batch of rezonings and annexations that would pave the way for several commercial and manufacturing uses.
Mike Baker moved nearly a year ago to Bell Drive in South Hall because of the surroundings.
BUFORD - The future of 1071 Coalition, a Lake Lanier advocacy group, is unclear after the group releases its long-awaited economic impact study this spring.
A Haitian cultural celebration at Brenau University last week raised more than $1,000, with proceeds to benefit Haitian schoolchildren.
The Governing Board of the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint Stakeholders plans to hold its second meeting Feb. 25-26 in Apalachicola, Fla.
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The hum of aircraft overhead signaled to American fighters on the ground that another herbicide spraying was on its way.
A Gainesville company is celebrating hitting the halfway mark in an $85 million contract with the Army to assemble and deliver 5-ton tool systems used in military engineering and demolition jobs.
Soon it would be time for the veterans to climb on planes and return home to their everyday lives.
More money will pour into Georgia's roads and bridges in coming years, but that will come with a price at the gas pump, as well as for electric vehicle owners and hotel/motel guests.
Clermont Town Council voted Thursday to OK a law regulating the sale and use of consumer fireworks, acting under a state law taking effect Wednesday that expands their sale and use.
The resurgent Lake Lanier Olympic Venue now has a shiny new bridge on its doorstep.
Amtrak, which has had a longtime presence in Hall County, could get a serious funding boost if a bill now moving through Congress eventually passes.
An eye cast toward busy Ga. 52, which cuts through tiny Gillsville on the Hall-Banks County line, Melissa Grizzle said the heavy sidewalk construction in front of her restaurant hasn't hurt business.
Downtown Lula is getting another makeover, thanks in large part to an Atlanta native who has become endeared by the northeast Hall County city's past.
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