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.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has postponed the closing of Buford Dam Road for repairs to Monday.
Work has started to turn the old South Hall Community Center into a student ministry center for Blackshear Place Baptist Church.
Flowery Branch is looking to buy about 7 acres of downtown property for a future city government complex and park area.
A Gainesville group that seeks to preserve and celebrate the life of one of the Civil War's most famous generals plans to kick off a 150-year retrospective of Gen. James Longstreet.
OAKWOOD - No tax increase is planned for Oakwood in 2011, but with the economy still in neutral, the city isn't expecting any kind of spike in revenues either.
A Jackson County couple who survived an August plane crash on a small island off the Colombian coast is now in Miami, where the husband is scheduled for another surgery today.
About 200 people spread out Sunday afternoon on sidewalks at Jesse Jewell and E.E. Butler parkways to demonstrate against abortion.
A freshman at Georgia State University, David Orland Brown wanted "to do something really big and step up with my fraternity."
With a weak economy still bearing down, Oakwood plans to put forward a 2011 budget Monday evening that may look like a copy from this year.
BRASELTON - Phillip Gross leaned in as his three children, ages 4 to 7, stood at the open door of the race car and stared wide-eyed as the suited-up driver talked about his vehicle.
Oakwood is trying to knit together as much as $500,000 to complete a downtown improvement project that would feature new sidewalks, ornamental lighting, benches, brick crosswalks and landscaping.
Flowery Branch ended qualifying Wednesday with a mayor's race and an unopposed candidate for the Post 4 City Council seat.
To larger audiences, retired U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Steven L. Arnold often talks about his experiences in Iraq or Afghanistan.
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A new alcohol ordinance is taking shape in Lula.
Hall County has developed alternatives to widening Martin Road at the planned new interchange on Interstate 985 in South Hall, or Exit 14.
Alabama, long just an interested party in a water-sharing legal dispute between Georgia and Florida, is suggesting it might pursue "further litigation" in a longstanding ...
Like many couples starting their marriage, Justin and Julie Davidson dreamed of having children someday and seeing them romp through their happy home.
An extension of a turn lane at the University of North Georgia's Gainesville campus and Mundy Mill Road in Oakwood - one of South Hall ...
Snow and ice have yet to cause serious trouble throughout Northeast Georgia, and temperatures may reach the upper 60s this week.
An outdated East Hall bridge on a key traffic artery could be replaced this summer, pending approval by the Hall County Board of Commissioners Thursday.
Dawsonville Highway/Ga. 53 at Boling Bridge will be partially closed to motorists between 7 p.m. Wednesday and 6 a.m. Thursday as work ...
A historic southeast Hall County church is looking to put up a new building, including a sanctuary, but it has to first clear a rezoning ...
A man was flown to Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta with second-degree burns after an early Monday fire in South Hall.
A learning curve is ahead, but Matt Dubnik has been preparing for his first day under the gold dome for 10 months - or ever since ...
Gainesville is trying to get the wheels moving in 2017 on a couple of long-discussed key road projects: Green Street improvements and an "inner bypass ...
A long-planned makeover of McEver Road at Jim Crow Road in Flowery Branch could begin as early as next month.
Hall County is demanding a jury trial in a West Hall subdivision's appeal of the Board of Commissioners' Oct. 13 rezoning vote allowing Mincey ...
Development of a proposed "alpine coaster" can move forward now that the Helen City Commission has given its approval.
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