The Georgia Department of Transportation plans to convert a northbound passing lane on U.S. 129/Cleveland Highway at Jess Helton Road in North Hall County into a northbound left turn lane.
Oakwood City Council unanimously, but unsmoothly, gave its first OK Monday night to an ordinance restricting parking in residential areas.
Shannon Hamilton's trip to the White County bridge in mid-March was a father's worst nightmare - identifying his 16-year-old daughter, Cecily, as one of two fatal wreck victims.
Anthony Smith knows the value of "foot traffic" at The Fudge Factory, a long-time fixture on the Dahlonega square.
A proposed ordinance restricting parking in residential areas returns to the Oakwood City Council Monday night.
A 41-year-old Martin man died in an early Sunday wreck in Banks County.
Clermont, like other area governments, is gearing up for budget season.
More than 50 years removed from high school, Marlo Sedki still remembers C.B. Branham well.
A businessman pulled his request to deannex from Clermont after noting that a town councilwoman who sided with him at a previous meeting was absent for the final vote Tuesday night.
Much of the end of the Civil War is focused on Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee surrendering to Union Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox on April 9, 1865.
The office supplies retail trade is about to shrink in Gainesville.
Ridership on Gainesville's public transit system isn't near Red Rabbit levels, but officials are optimistic about the fixed-route bus service's future numbers.
Brent Hill came to Thursday's job fair with a mission: Get back on his feet.
No bells and whistles, no band playing or special prizes as Lisa Baker waited Wednesday morning to become Northeast Georgia Medical Center Braselton's first surgery patient.
Through geothermal wells and other high technology, Northeast Georgia Medical Center Braselton hopes its green efforts in building the 100-bed hospital will turn into gold.
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A Gainesville company is celebrating hitting the halfway mark in an $85 million contract with the Army to assemble and deliver 5-ton tool systems used in military engineering and demolition jobs.
Soon it would be time for the veterans to climb on planes and return home to their everyday lives.
More money will pour into Georgia's roads and bridges in coming years, but that will come with a price at the gas pump, as well as for electric vehicle owners and hotel/motel guests.
Clermont Town Council voted Thursday to OK a law regulating the sale and use of consumer fireworks, acting under a state law taking effect Wednesday that expands their sale and use.
The resurgent Lake Lanier Olympic Venue now has a shiny new bridge on its doorstep.
Amtrak, which has had a longtime presence in Hall County, could get a serious funding boost if a bill now moving through Congress eventually passes.
An eye cast toward busy Ga. 52, which cuts through tiny Gillsville on the Hall-Banks County line, Melissa Grizzle said the heavy sidewalk construction in front of her restaurant hasn't hurt business.
Downtown Lula is getting another makeover, thanks in large part to an Atlanta native who has become endeared by the northeast Hall County city's past.
Safety improvements on a short but treacherous stretch of Union Church Road in South Hall County could take place within the next year.
On his way out of office, Gary Gibbs spoke these prophetic words in December 2004: The key to Hall County's future is running sewer up Ga. 365 in North Hall.
A Maine lawyer overseeing the latest legal battle in the tri-state water wars has denied Georgia's motion to dismiss a lawsuit by Florida in the U.S. Supreme Court.
Local response to a new state fireworks law is, so far, a dud.
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