Nearly a year ago to the day, family and friends cheered and wiped away tears as buses carrying their loved ones pulled away from the National Guard Armory and Gainesville's Charlie Company began the long trek to Afghanistan.
A budgetary issue is forcing Oakwood to wait a year to pursue a state grant for a new center teaching literacy, GED instruction and English for non-native speakers.
The Grady Young Foundation ended its seventh annual memorial weekend with a rousing Sunday worship service, but the group of education benefactors this year felt the impact of a slow economy.
A first-of-its-kind road project in Georgia might have area motorists feeling, at least briefly, like they are tooling along in a foreign country instead of semirural America.
Flowery Branch City Council agreed informally Thursday night that it believes Hall County should build a library in the North Hall town of Clermont.
More than 400 soldiers of Georgia's 48th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, including members of Gainesville-based Charlie Company, are set to begin returning home from Afghanistan on Sunday.
FLOWERY BRANCH - Paul Coggins wants to serve home-brewed beer and food in downtown Flowery Branch, but he has to clear a few obstacles first.
FLOWERY BRANCH - Water was gushing into the sewer pipe when Georgia was still in the drought and Lake Lanier was several feet below its summer full pool of 1,071 feet above sea level.
Higher lake levels and improved camping sites are expected to draw more campers this upcoming season at Lake Lanier.
A winter storm took out a couple of trees at Rock Creek Greenway in Gainesville.
Oakwood is well under way with a downtown improvements project city officials hope will serve as a taste of things to come under its ambitious 2030 plan.
The first phase of construction on Old Town Flowery Branch, a $15 million project planned for downtown, had been pegged for a launch this summer.
Hall County Sheriff's Office employees are mourning the passing of Jim Ash, who, among other things, guided the department's efforts in building a new jail on Barber Road.
Flowery Branch's annual roads budget pales in comparison to what it might cost to pursue roads projects described in a downtown transportation study.
OAKWOOD - A bleak revenue picture, made worse by expenses piling up from bad winter weather beating the roads, cast a pall over the Georgia Department of Transportation's annual forum Thursday.
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It looks like a liquor vote is coming to Lula.
Already large Reunion Country Club in South Hall could grow a bit larger.
When it opened 41 years ago in Flowery Branch, Citizens Pharmacy didn't have quite the level of competition it does now.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners is looking to spend $2.5 million on software upgrades in an effort to finish up a long-anticipated overhaul ...
The planned replacement of the Elachee Drive bridge over Interstate 985 is drawing raves, but area residents are hoping the state remembers bicyclists and pedestrians ...
It's a meeting Jentezen Franklin describes colorfully, but the person at the center of his story - newly minted GOP presidential contender Donald Trump - is ...
A study of traffic in the Martin Road area of South Hall - near where a much-opposed interchange is being built - will be folded into a ...
Gainesville is looking to improve pedestrian connections around downtown and, in the process, spruce up some major roadways.
Lula officials are planning a field trip to Sugar Hill in North Gwinnett County on Friday.
The Hall County school system is looking at installing LED lighting in its gymnasiums districtwide.
Finding a parking space at Northeast Georgia Medical Center's Gainesville campus should get a little easier.
Two Hall County churches tore down traditional racial walls and worshipped together Sunday, defying the division that has fueled racially charged shootings across the U ...
From their farm in Oakwood, raising chickens and otherwise enjoying the country life, the idea of the world arriving at their backdoor seemed remote.
A vote on two proposed Hall County large developments has been put off until Aug. 25.
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