FLOWERY BRANCH - Fifth Row Center has performed on several stages through its two-year history, but the South Hall community theater wants to conduct business and hold classes in one location.
FLOWERY BRANCH - Terry's Auto Towing Service, a longtime fixture off Atlanta Highway, is no more - at least for now, its owner declares.
Spout Springs Road in South Hall may be years from a full-blown widening, but some minor traffic-relieving projects should happen this year, possibly starting as early as this month.
The Hall County Library Board balked Tuesday night at Clermont's request for the appointment of two Clermont residents to the board when vacancies occur June 30.
OAKWOOD - Oakwood is putting some teeth in an ordinance governing business taxes.
Memories of the two-year drought that drained Lake Lanier to a historic low are about to be revived in the courtroom.
Smoke and flames have been replaced by random acts of kindness for a Gainesville-based Charlie Company soldier and his family.
Six months after restarting a process to issue the last batch of dock permits on Lake Lanier, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has found it is denying about two-thirds of the requests.
After more than a year of study and discussion, the Flowery Branch City Council voted Thursday night to move forward on minor improvements to the narrow but heavily used Jones Road.
Main Street Gainesville couldn't have asked for a more cloudless sky as it kicked off its biannual Blue Sky concert series Wednesday.
Area nurses and nursing educators were honored Tuesday morning as Brenau University's first class of Masters in the Art of Nursing.
A special election to fill a seat vacated by Flowery Branch City Councilman Craig Lutz could be held Sept. 21.
Phuong Le has prided himself on getting fresh seafood from the Gulf of Mexico for his Gainesville restaurant. At first, he or another employee took weekly trips to the coast to gather up shrimp, oysters and fish. Later, as his business grew, he relied on drivers bringing deliveries closer to home.
At first, he or another employee took weekly trips to the coast to gather up shrimp, oysters and fish. Later, as his business grew, he relied on drivers bringing deliveries closer to home.
Authorities could continue their search early today for a Lawrenceville man who went missing on the Forsyth County side of Lake Lanier Sunday afternoon.
Flowery Branch has received a $50,000 Georgia Department of Transportation grant for landscaping along a major entrance into the city.
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More than a decade after closing the old PineIsle Resort, Lanier Islands resort in South Hall County is trying to get a feel for development ...
Patients suffering from heart failure now can get help through the area's first advanced inpatient heart failure treatment unit at Northeast Georgia Medical Center ...
Work is halfway done on the second phase of the long-awaited four-lane Appalachian Parkway on the west side of Cleveland.
The two friends like to "hunt out" fun places to visit, and that search brought them Wednesday to downtown Flowery Branch, where they enjoyed a ...
For years, it served as the main entrance to Reunion Country Club in South Hall.
"The Tire Man" is about to become the retired man.
Multiple groups from Georgia, including the Gainesville-based Lake Lanier Association, are following the lead of some Florida organizations in wanting to chime in on the ...
A 186-lot subdivision planned off busy Spout Springs Road in South Hall got the Hall County Planning Commission's recommendation for approval Monday night.
Several big-name conservation organizations are seeking to give input to the U.S. Supreme Court battle between Florida and Georgia over water sharing in a ...
An uphill battle is nothing new to Russell Rego, but the Hall County resident keeps pushing like the 21-year Marine veteran he is.
Flowery Branch committed $605,000 Thursday night to stormwater improvements around the planned City Hall.
Oakwood hopes to follow in the footsteps of other communities, including Gainesville, by setting up an electric car charging station.
The Georgia Mountains YMCA's 5-year stay in Oakwood appears to be ending.
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