OAKWOOD - Patti Doss-Luna is leaving Oakwood again, but this time, it's for good.
At a time when Hall Area Transit funding is in limbo, Atlanta area commuting options are about to open a little more for Hall County residents.
Larry Emmett, whose son-in-law has returned from his second deployment in Afghanistan, said he believes the U.S. should leave the war-scarred country "as soon as possible."
Traffic will stop briefly on Interstate 985 Sunday so Jackson Electric Membership Corp. can string transmission lines across the road.
The Georgia Chamber of Commerce is gearing up to promote statewide passage of next summer's referendum on the planned 1 percent sales tax for transportation.
A Gainesville man was charged Wednesday in what authorities believe was an accidental shooting at a Flowery Branch home.
A regional transportation panel gets back to work today reviewing potential road projects and seeing how they match up with revenue amounts projected by the Georgia Department of Transportation.
Rain, rain, where did you go?
Hall County Board of Commissioners may have had some trouble finding consensus among taxpayers attending a public hearing Tuesday night on a proposed tax increase to pay for next fiscal year's budget.
Arrive early if you want a good seat.
Mike Brown, CEO and president of the Gainesville-based Georgia Mountains YMCA, has resigned effective July 6 to take a similar post in Rockford, Ill.
Oakwood and the Georgia Mountains YMCA are working on a plan to offer expanded services in the South Hall city.
Work on Thurmon Tanner Parkway in Oakwood is stalled at the moment, but more concrete details on its completion may become public this week.
BUFORD - The retired couple gets the question all the time: "You have a house in Florida and you come up here to live?"
Flowery Branch City Council voted Thursday night to censure Councilwoman Tara Richards for not fully complying with an open records request concerning a sewer-plant issue.
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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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