For those hoping to travel soon to Europe, everything is up in the air - quite literally.
OAKWOOD - Judging by rezoning and annexation applications in this South Hall city, industrial activity is on the move again, signaling an uptick in the sluggish economy.
World War II veterans, including Pearl Harbor survivor Mack Abbott of Gainesville, will lead Paul E. Bolding American Legion Post 7's Eighth Annual Memorial Day Parade on May 31.
As noble as the cause was, last year's Relay for Life at Road Atlanta had logistical issues that organizers would rather forget.
ALTO - Annette Free said her husband, Tommy, used to "piddle out in the yard" at their home off Ga. 365 in Hall County near the Habersham County line.
The Georgia Department of Transportation has reopened a nearly 6-mile stretch of Richard Russell Scenic Parkway in White and Union counties.
Investigators have said that human error may have caused Saturday's plane crash that killed Poland's president and dozens of other national leaders.
Flowery Branch Councilman Craig Lutz resigned his post Thursday night in his bid for a seat on the Hall County Board of Commissioners.
Hall County Chief Juvenile Court Cliff Jolliff on Tuesday night received the Gainesville Kiwanis Club's annual Youth Service Award.
LULA - Getting ready to embark on a top-secret mission, then-Lt. Denver V. Truelove asked his family to visit him at Eglin Field in Florida.
These dry days might seem eerily familiar, but no worries yet.
Oakwood is about to gear up its road maintenance program this year after the economic downturn delayed it in 2009.
The Georgia Department of Transportation is scheduled to begin at 6 tonight resurfacing a 7.2-mile stretch of Interstate 85 up to the South Carolina state line.
Gainesville Street may look like a peaceful drive between McEver and Lights Ferry roads, passing pastures, thick oak trees and quaint homes.
A major road project that would create a series of connectors in and around west Gainesville has hit a speed bump, mainly because of a lack of funding and the emergence of a more pressing issue in South Hall.
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With its faded cover and brittle pages, Kel Lee Cutrell's childhood Bible might not survive regular trips back and forth to church on Sundays.
A planned $700 million, 508-acre multiuse development in South Hall can move forward, now that it has gotten the Hall County Board of Commissioners' approval.
Mincey Marble's rezoning proposal for a new plant in West Hall now will be heard by the Hall County Board of Commissioners on Oct ...
Whenever someone asks about plots in the City Cemetery, Oakwood City Clerk Tangee Puckett has to pull out a yellowed, torn and rumpled map.
Mincey Marble has asked the Hall County Board of Commissioners to delay its rezoning request until its Oct. 13 meeting - a move that has angered ...
Regardless of who's elected president, Americans might not see much change in health care reform with neither political party having control of both Congress ...
A whale of a meeting could be in store Thursday before the Hall County Board of Commissioners.
The Affordable Care Act will get a deeper look at the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce's fifth annual Health Care Reform Seminar on Tuesday.
A smile crossed Donna Mincey's face as she pressed her fingertips against the shower stall, one example of what is produced at her family-owned ...
With repairs planned for Cobb Street bridge, Lula is turning its attention to another, nearby railroad crossing - this one running under Norfolk Southern tracks.
Oakwood refinanced its sewer debt Wednesday, a move that's expected to save taxpayers about $1.6 million over 20 years.
Pizza and beer businesses will take the place of a historic home torn down recently in downtown Flowery Branch.
Lula's mayor didn't pull punches when it came to the topic Monday night of a merger of Hall County governments.
Relief may be coming for students and other travelers at an extra busy spot on Mundy Mill Road in Oakwood where the University of North ...
Work on Hall County's next big road project is underway, but motorists will need to exercise patience as the project slowly takes shape.
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