OAKWOOD - Montie Robinson remembers his newly adopted city having a much different look when he began serving as a councilman in 1976.
He recalled a general store named Jimmy's, two beauty salons and the post office.
OAKWOOD - Think you're burning up just walking from the air-conditioned office to your car?
FLOWERY BRANCH - Down to a final "punch list" of construction details, South Hall's new Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is getting ready to open.
North Hall commuters can expect delays through next week as they travel Thompson Bridge Road/Ga. 60 over Lake Lanier.
Oakwood City Manager Stan Brown has returned to the United States after serving in Iraq since December as part of the U.S. Air Force Reserve.
Army Spc. Andy "Sully" Sullens, a Dahlonega native wounded in a May 17 blast in Afghanistan, could finally return to Georgia, possibly this month.
Ralph Scharle of Buford had his pick of Father's Day outings.
Her culturally minded mother got her dancing, reluctantly, at age 6.
Could high-speed rail really be within the grasp of automobile-loving Southerners?
The Georgia Department of Transportation has set a second round of public hearings on plans to allow solo commuters to ride - for a fee - in Interstate 85 car-pool lanes in Gwinnett and DeKalb counties.
With ever-rising prices on gas station signs, it's easy to get concerned we might be in for a repeat of last summer's $4-a-gallon gasoline.
With water levels on the rise and predicted to remain stable for the near future, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District, expects to soon lift the moratorium on new dock permits.
As Hall County Relay for Life participants recover from this past weekend's overnight walkathon, they also might be trying to shake off memories of the traffic crunch at Road Atlanta.
Some 22,000 people attended the American Cancer Society's annual fundraiser, compared to 10,000 last year, creating a logjam at the track off Winder Highway.
FLOWERY BRANCH - When Melissa McCain's dream job in law enforcement turned out to be not so family friendly, she turned in another direction.
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Hillcrest Avenue in Gainesville will not become a one-way street, for now, but residents will need to be careful not to block traffic when they ...
Christmas morning is supposed to be about smiles, laughter and good cheer.
Oakwood City Manager Stan Brown is calling for "better coordination and cooperation" between Hall County and its city governments on roads upkeep.
Jobs seem to be breaking out all over, thanks to industry expansions, new construction and an apparently recharged Hall County economy.
A new Interstate 985 interchange between Flowery Branch and Oakwood is behind schedule because of uncertainty over federal highway funding - a debate that's expected ...
Emilie Angle struggles to speak and her movements are dictated by the effects of mitochondrial disease, a genetic disorder that is both progressive and incurable.
Just as the new school year cranks up in August, workers will be pushing to complete the 8-mile Ga. 347/Friendship Road widening in South ...
After an extensive manhunt, area authorities have captured a Buford man they called "armed and dangerous" after they tried to pull him over last week ...
Tesnatee Gap Valley Road reopened at Ga. 115 in Cleveland on Wednesday, six days ahead of schedule, as part of work on the Appalachian Parkway.
Hall County could start buying property in mid-2016 for the Spout Springs Road widening project, earlier than previously thought thanks to voters passing the 1-cent ...
More improvements to downtown Lula's appearance could take place later this year.
Work is about halfway done on a $1 million restoration of Flat Creek as it flows through an industrial section of Gainesville.
A group of area pilots is still pushing to get the Army Corps of Engineers' permission to land their seaplanes on Lake Lanier.
Area residents are skeptical about progress but eager to see completion of the Appalachian Parkway - formerly known as the Cleveland Bypass.
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