The Georgia Department of Natural Resources has proposed raising parking fees at Georgia's state parks.
The first full week of spring is turning out to be a soggy one.
If you've lost your job or insurance coverage recently, you may have trouble paying for your prescription medications. If so, you're invited to "get on the bus" this morning.
Two weeks ago, there was a minor accident in Cleveland involving a White County school bus. No one was injured, and no students were on the bus.
For the second time this year, Hall County officials have confirmed a case of rabies in a domestic cat.
The Humane Society of Hall County will begin taking applications Friday from people wishing to adopt dogs seized from a Cumming "puppy mill" in early March.
"He was admitted to the hospital for observation." You've heard that phrase plenty of times. But what does it really mean?
Diminished by the recession, nonprofit foundations aren't able to donate to charitable causes as much as they used to.
Three Hall County roads are included on a list of 135 Georgia Department of Transportation projects that may be funded with federal stimulus money.
Another case of rabies has been confirmed in Hall County, bringing the 2009 total to six.
The reopening of the Anna Ruby Falls Scenic Area near Helen, originally scheduled for Tuesday, has been postponed until April 4.
Spring officially begins at 7:44 a.m. today. But as far as Georgia state climatologist David Stooksbury is concerned, the season started three weeks ago.
On April 1, the federal tax on cigarettes will jump from 39 cents per pack to $1.01. Not surprisingly, many smokers would like to stock up on cigarettes now, to save a little money before the price increase goes into effect.
Georgia is getting a massive influx of federal stimulus money, intended to help plug a gaping hole in the state's Medicaid budget.
A wastewater overflow within the Gainesville sewer system caused about 5,400 gallons to flow into a tributary of Flat Creek on Tuesday afternoon.
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