Traffic and pedestrian improvements to the Cleveland square are finally completed.
OAKWOOD - Kim Edge's search for a part-time job, some work to do after raising her children to school age, has turned into something more than she expected.
The only clouds appearing in the blue skies over Redwine United Methodist Church on Sunday were the blasts of white smoke after a 21-gun salute by a group of Confederate re-enactors.
This year's Memorial Day Parade on Green Street could get off to a soaring start, with a possible flyover by an Army Black Hawk helicopter.
OAKWOOD - Dean Reed can't blame a business for not wanting to build during the bad recession, but he isn't up for paying more in taxes either.
Hall County firefighters have put out a fire at a doublewide mobile home off Thompson Bridge Road in Murrayville.
Wearing only black and staying silent for an hour, 17 Brenau University students hoped to make a bold statement about violence against women.
HELEN - This Alpine village might be known, at least partially, for people hoisting beer steins.
With the help of a mechanically inclined neighbor, Diana Pollard has brought new life to a quirky furniture piece she has kept in the family since the Great Depression.
The Gainesville school system is expecting about $2 million less in state funding this budget year, school officials said Monday night.
Ron and Lisa Shepley started their tour from a corner window on the sixth floor, looking into the distance at the North Georgia mountains.
Stanley Pierce recalled the Rev. Fulton Boswell saying "he couldn't think of a better way to go than for the Lord to take him than while he was in the pulpit."
With a 16-month-old daughter at home and another child on the way, Dr. Ben Hawkins, a Gainesville dentist, and his wife, Suzie, realized they needed more space.
FLOWERY BRANCH - Two Flowery Branch residents protested a planned Church Street duplex Thursday night.
Flowery Branch City Council voted 3-2 Wednesday to commit up to $135,000 in tax increments for demolition work already done in the Old Town Flowery Branch development led by Buford-based Hortman & Dobbs Developers.
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A Gainesville company is celebrating hitting the halfway mark in an $85 million contract with the Army to assemble and deliver 5-ton tool systems used in military engineering and demolition jobs.
Soon it would be time for the veterans to climb on planes and return home to their everyday lives.
More money will pour into Georgia's roads and bridges in coming years, but that will come with a price at the gas pump, as well as for electric vehicle owners and hotel/motel guests.
Clermont Town Council voted Thursday to OK a law regulating the sale and use of consumer fireworks, acting under a state law taking effect Wednesday that expands their sale and use.
The resurgent Lake Lanier Olympic Venue now has a shiny new bridge on its doorstep.
Amtrak, which has had a longtime presence in Hall County, could get a serious funding boost if a bill now moving through Congress eventually passes.
An eye cast toward busy Ga. 52, which cuts through tiny Gillsville on the Hall-Banks County line, Melissa Grizzle said the heavy sidewalk construction in front of her restaurant hasn't hurt business.
Downtown Lula is getting another makeover, thanks in large part to an Atlanta native who has become endeared by the northeast Hall County city's past.
Safety improvements on a short but treacherous stretch of Union Church Road in South Hall County could take place within the next year.
On his way out of office, Gary Gibbs spoke these prophetic words in December 2004: The key to Hall County's future is running sewer up Ga. 365 in North Hall.
A Maine lawyer overseeing the latest legal battle in the tri-state water wars has denied Georgia's motion to dismiss a lawsuit by Florida in the U.S. Supreme Court.
Local response to a new state fireworks law is, so far, a dud.
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