The Civil War wasn't just about men in blue and gray firing rifles across grassy battlefields and charging each other with weapons extended.
Gainesville State College is striving to become a more veteran-friendly campus.
Oakwood City Manager Stan Brown plans to take the same approach with filling the assistant city manager post that he has in plugging another key vacancy - city planner.
The Georgia Poultry Laboratory Network is close to starting work on a $13.5 million replacement of aging offices on Oakwood Road.
For Lt. Col. Robert "Bob" A. O'Brien, Tuesday's leadership change at Camp Merrill in Dahlonega also marked a homecoming of sorts.
Marja Burney was looking for a job closer to home and got a bonus in the process - no more Gwinnett County traffic jams.
The Gainesville City Schools Board of Education gave its first OK to the 2011-2012 budget Monday night but had to dig hard into reserves to make ends meet.
Grin and sweat it - that's about all we can do.
SAUTEE-NACOOCHEE - A trip to the Georgia Capitol about 10 years ago started a hobby for Robert Banks that has put him in demand, especially with 150th anniversary observations of the Civil War.
Hall County has 24 projects vying for the final regional transportation list going to voters next summer.
Blood-stained beaches on a French coastline told a story in 1944. Nazi oppression of Europe had to end.
CLERMONT - Emotions ran high Thursday night as area residents not only voiced opinions on Hall County's proposed budget cuts but shared how the economy has fractured their lives.
Gainesville City Council is split over whether to spend a budget surplus to beef up its reserves or cut taxes.
Never did Sgt. 1st Class Devin McCann expect he would be where he was on Memorial Day - helping President Barack Obama place a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknowns.
Longstreet Society members hope to someday roll out the red brick pavers for visitors to their white clapboard headquarters on Maple Street in Gainesville.
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Lakeshore Mall sold for $6.8 million in a digital auction that ended Wednesday, said a source familiar with the process.
A downtown Gainesville project geared to helping improve pedestrian safety and access at five busy intersections is scheduled to start Wednesday.
A Hall County member of an ever-dwindling group - Pearl Harbor survivors - has died.
A mixed-use development is proposed at Ledan and Sardis roads, a busy northwest Hall County intersection where officials plan to build a roundabout.
With forklifts ripping up the earth around him, Nathan Rhodes ponders his future on Atlanta Highway/Ga. 13 at the Gwinnett-Hall County line.
When it came time to expand, DBR Associates had to look beyond its longtime digs - a historic Roswell home with strict rules on structural improvements.
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.
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