A routine trip to a garden club meeting in Marietta turned into an overnight, snow-and-ice-filled adventure for five Hall County women.
Because of revenues falling short of projections, Oakwood has scaled back projects funded by the special purpose local option sales tax.
A group of Russian doctors has spent this week taking a look at American medicine, Gainesville-style, as part of a Rotary Club effort.
A handful of people showed, but no one commented, at a public hearing Monday on an Oakwood grant application for a road project that could ease traffic stemming from King's Hawaiian's planned expansion.
A Hall County Sheriff's Office deputy was one of two people injured in an early morning wreck that involved a tractor-trailer carrying live chickens.
While fighting waves of bitter cold that have marked January, workers are taking early steps to build a new bridge on Ga. 284/Clarks Bridge Road at Lake Lanier.
The transportation sales tax so thoroughly rejected by area voters in July 2012 is rearing its head again, this time in a scaled-back way.
Expecting a burst of traffic from King's Hawaiian's planned expansion, Oakwood is seeking grant money to help with related road improvements.
Gillsville may be tiny, but it isn't sleepy, at least when it comes to public improvement projects funded by the special purpose local option sales tax.
Beginning sometime today, motorists will be able to gas up, but not much else, at the New Holland Marketplace in Gainesville.
For the past 25 years, Bill and Robin Neiheisel of Oakwood have shown their respect for Martin Luther King Jr. in their unique way - carrying a banner in marching to honor the slain civil rights leader.
In the wake of a nuclear deal between Iran and world powers, a Forsyth County man is leading a group of academics to the Islamic republic on a mission this week to help normalize relations between the U.S. and Iran.
BRASELTON - The Northeast Georgia Health System's new 100-bed hospital is no longer tucked away in a grassy meadow in South Hall County.
A family-owned Gainesville business has settled for an undisclosed amount in a $16 million dispute with Canada's Department of National Defense.
The Oakwood pool "bubble" may have burst, at least for now, but the Georgia Mountains YMCA is starting its third year at the branch, with plans for more programs.
Gainesville is looking to move forward on the long-awaited placement of a historical marker at the site of the former Cooper Pants Factory.
Despite being wracked by bad weather, one of Northeast Georgia's biggest road projects - the Cleveland Bypass - is on track for a Dec. 31 completion.
Lake Lanier property owners can start bracing now for sticker shock when assessment notices are mailed May 16.
Flowery Branch City Council gave its first OK Thursday night to expanding the city's lone rock quarry, while signaling company officials and area residents to keep working toward a final agreement on conditions.
Some area businesses are hoping to find their own source of green at Don Carter State Park.
One of South Hall County's oldest shopping centers is about to get its first face-lift in almost 40 years and is expected to attract new businesses, including an Aldi grocery store.
A roomful of college students got a 90-minute snapshot of the last 50-plus years of world history - from the Bay of Pigs to the Vietnam War to the most recent events in Ukraine - from a man who helped shape world events.
In two years, a national movement for a constitutional convention of states will be a hot issue "over and above the presidential election," the effort's Georgia state director predicted.
A 67-year-old man was found shot to death Sunday at the entrance to Creekside at Mundy Mill apartments in Oakwood, Police Chief Randall Moon said Monday.
A Gainesville effort to plant 180 trees at three Army Corps of Engineers parks has been postponed because of a lack of interest by contractors.
Steve Slowick is OK with growth in South Hall County, but he favors the kind that meets, and doesn't exceed, residents' needs.
Lake Lanier Islands has forged ahead on a lot of resort improvements, such as accommodations and roadwork, but is "behind the times" in one key area: the state of its hotel swimming pool.
HELEN - There's environmental green and dollar green, and both got heavy chatter at Thursday's Lake Lanier Stakeholders meeting.
Residents expressed a wide range of opinions on widening U.S. 129 in North Hall - often depending on how they were affected - at a Thursday night meeting, but comments were commonly followed by "if the road ever gets built."
Don Carter State Park in North Hall County wants area businesses to cash in on the tourism it's generating from its spot off Lake Lanier.