First Presbyterian Church got in touch with in its Scottish roots Sunday.
Editor's note: Reporter Jeff Gill took a spin in a vintage B-17 bomber Thursday and wrote this first-person account of the experience.
Federal immigration authorities have started sharing biometric information with authorities in Hall and Whitfield counties to help identify criminal immigrants.
Lane closures are set for next week on Interstate 85 as the Georgia Department of Transportation moves along on efforts to convert high-occupancy vehicle lanes to high-occupancy toll lanes in Gwinnett and DeKalb counties.
Oakwood has put a hold on any development plans for Thurmon Tanner Parkway through January, past when the project is set to be completed, so it can put together a corridor design plan.
The future is looking brighter for a 3-year-old Gainesville boy who has struggled for two years with a rare blood disease.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Roy Barnes said Wednesday he would be ready to ask a federal judge for more time to work out a long-standing water dispute between Georgia, Alabama and Florida.
It took four years, but Lake Lanier finally hit the magic number - 1,071 feet above sea level - one year ago today.
Built some 20 years ago to relieve traffic around the Dahlonega square, Ga. 52/Morrison Moore Parkway now needs some help of its own.
The formation of Lake Lanier in the 1950s provided an ideal launching for Sea Scouts, an arm of the Boy Scouts' Venturing program, in Hall County.
Beulah Rucker Museum and Educational Foundation leaders are looking to eventually add some ambitious, green-friendly touches to the complex off Athens Highway in Gainesville.
Boling Bridge motorists will get a reprieve tonight from a Georgia Department of Transportation maintenance project.
Flowery Branch City Council voted Thursday night to go forward with buying about 7 acres of downtown property for a future city government complex.
Volunteers ended up collecting 31 tons of debris and trash from Lake Lanier during the Lake Lanier Association's 22nd annual Shore Sweep on Sept. 24.
The Gainesville-based 802nd Ordnance Company could return home from Afghanistan in November.
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Gainesville High School is turning 125 years old, but at nearly 82, the school's band is hardly a spring chicken.
The already commercially crowded Mall of Georgia area near Buford is poised to get a lot busier over the next few years.
Long before Spout Springs Road gets widened, the Georgia Department of Transportation would like to unload a nearly 50-year-old, long-abandoned maintenance shop that sits in ...
A 35-acre tract that was the old entrance to Reunion Country Club in South Hall is a step closer to becoming part of a planned ...
More than a decade after closing the old PineIsle Resort, Lanier Islands resort in South Hall County is trying to get a feel for development ...
Patients suffering from heart failure now can get help through the area's first advanced inpatient heart failure treatment unit at Northeast Georgia Medical Center ...
Work is halfway done on the second phase of the long-awaited four-lane Appalachian Parkway on the west side of Cleveland.
The two friends like to "hunt out" fun places to visit, and that search brought them Wednesday to downtown Flowery Branch, where they enjoyed a ...
For years, it served as the main entrance to Reunion Country Club in South Hall.
"The Tire Man" is about to become the retired man.
Multiple groups from Georgia, including the Gainesville-based Lake Lanier Association, are following the lead of some Florida organizations in wanting to chime in on the ...
A 186-lot subdivision planned off busy Spout Springs Road in South Hall got the Hall County Planning Commission's recommendation for approval Monday night.
Several big-name conservation organizations are seeking to give input to the U.S. Supreme Court battle between Florida and Georgia over water sharing in a ...
An uphill battle is nothing new to Russell Rego, but the Hall County resident keeps pushing like the 21-year Marine veteran he is.
Flowery Branch committed $605,000 Thursday night to stormwater improvements around the planned City Hall.
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