FLOWERY BRANCH -A houseboat collides with another boat on Lake Lanier, about 200 yards from shore.
American Legion Paul E. Bolding Post 7 on Riverside Drive has teamed up with East Hall High School on a project to give people a way to dispose of worn U.S. flags.
The location for next week's informational meeting concerning community dock permits has been changed to West Hall Middle School, 5470 McEver Road, Oakwood.
Hall County resident Russell McMurry has been named the Georgia Department of Transportation's engineering division director.
Flowery Branch's budget for fiscal 2012, which takes effect July 1, is still "a work in progress," but at this point, "it looks as if we will not raise property taxes," Mayor Mike Miller said Monday.
Oakwood took a major step Monday night toward setting development standards for a 250-acre downtown area, including the nearly finished Thurmon Tanner Parkway, as part of its Oakwood 2030 plans.
The "water wars" between Georgia, Alabama and Florida is likely to surface as a topic at the Lake Lanier Association's annual membership meeting Thursday.
Area government officials are looking for ways to tap into a pot of federal transportation dollars, now that plans for a Hall County freight study that would have used that money have been shelved.
Some 1,500 butterflies filled the skies Sunday afternoon over Wilshire Trails Park in Gainesville.
For many Southerners, not just soldiers, the closing days of the Civil War were terrifying, with the Union army marching their way.
The recession started when they entered high school in 2007.
Coming soon to a Hall County Board of Commissioners meeting: a discussion of Sunday alcohol sales.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners voted Thursday to have interim County Administrator Jock Connell pull together a list of candidates for the county's top job.
It's a good-news, bad-news thing concerning the weather.
Competition was fierce in the "smoke detector rally," a race to see which team of students could change smoke detector batteries the fastest.
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A Hall County member of an ever-dwindling group - Pearl Harbor survivors - has died.
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.
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.
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