The Governing Board of the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint Stakeholders plans to hold its second meeting Feb. 25-26 in Apalachicola, Fla.
Hall County is trying to determine which of five McEver Road intersections it plans to improve next, with work taking place over the summer.
CUMMING - Henry Martin Jr. has always been a "doer."
One hundred years, 19 newly minted Eagle Scouts.
OAKWOOD - An Atlanta Highway fixture, the old South Hall Community Center, could get an extreme makeover this year.
Jack Wehmiller heard that she could sing, so he asked the young Haitian woman, through an interpreter, for a song.
Gainesville First United Methodist Church could be Eagle Scout central on Sunday.
The aroma of Haitian dishes on Thursday night wafted across the lobby of the Brenau University's John W. Jacobs Jr. Building.
South Hall is getting closer to some much-needed traffic relief.
Speed bumps and stop signs may not be the cure to neighborhood traffic woes.
It wasn't too long ago Chandler Massey was landing key parts in high school plays and visiting Gainesville to see his grandparents, Kayanne and Abit Massey.
With a couple of anniversaries to celebrate, Boy Scouts served up dishes of peach cobbler cooked in kettles over a fire and showcased other skills Sunday at First Baptist Church on Green Street.
For area restaurants, Super Bowl Sunday means boisterous crowds splitting time between downing chicken wings and beer and cheering for their favorite team.
A rainy winter, with more wetness on the way in Northeast Georgia, has been a good thing for Hall County firefighters.
American as apple pie and baseball? Well, almost.
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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.
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