Developers are proposing 257 new homes at opposite ends of Hall County, although one of the subdivisions has hit a stumbling block.
An explosion was seen rocking the old Clarks Bridge Tuesday as part of the Georgia Department of Transportation's dismantling of the Lake Lanier structure.
Electric car drivers now have a downtown Gainesville spot where they can juice up their vehicles.
A passion to serve his community is paying off in a White House way for Hall County's Scott Allen Jr.
America's political and gold mining pasts collide on a nearly 500-acre tract in Lumpkin County.
A Lake Lanier group's crusade to rid the lake of abandoned docks and vessels has hit some choppy waters as it works to dispose of a sinking houseboat that belonged to a late Flowery Branch man.
Nostalgia was in abundance Sunday night as Christmas on Green Street offered carolers, hand bell choirs, hosts in period costume and The Salvation Army band playing holiday favorites.
A segment of Sardis Road washed out by heavy rains earlier this fall has reopened.
CLEVELAND - The device looks a bit like something out of science fiction, with its long arms stretching in opposite directions and sturdy green basket attached in the back.
Developers are looking at downtown Flowery Branch but "can't seem to get past" drainage woes that have long dogged the area.
A bustling University of North Georgia campus and growth in surrounding Oakwood have created a perfect traffic storm of sorts at one of South Hall County's busiest intersections.
The Appalachian Parkway in White County is finally open.
Ed Parks of Gainesville was reminded of a World War II veteran's words to him about the one-day trip to Washington, D.C., sponsored by the Honor Flight Network.
Hall County's newest park, Cherokee Bluffs, is being lauded for its golden views of surrounding South Hall County and unique display of huge rock outcroppings.
Nearly a year after improving the look of one section of Main Street, Lula plans to continue the downtown work on another stretch this winter.
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An Army Corps of Engineers move this past week to reverse an irrigation ban stunned but pleased Lake Lanier homeowners.
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