Northeast Georgia Health System will change its phone numbers beginning Sunday.
When the economy takes a nosedive and people are afraid to spend money on anything that's not essential, it's bad news for a town whose existence depends on tourism.
Got a washed-up washing machine or a defunct dryer? Here's your chance to get rid of it.
The economic slump is forcing more people to surrender their pets to the Hall County Animal Shelter, but the recession is also shrinking the amount of money available to care for the animals until they're adopted.
Researchers are still trying to figure out why there is such a high prevalence of asthma in the United States, where 10 percent of all children have been diagnosed with the condition.
Would you pay more than $6.50 for a pack of cigarettes? The American Cancer Society hopes you won't.
If Shakespeare had been around to witness Wednesday night's thunderstorms, he would have described it like this: "Full of sound and fury, signifying nothing."
Gainesville's annual Arbor Day celebration will go on as usual this Friday, but one element of the program will be conspicuously absent.
A local dentist who offered free care last Friday for people who are struggling financially said he was overwhelmed by the response.
Georgia is now the only state in the nation that doesn't require pickup drivers to wear seat belts.
Two Gainesville residents will have to undergo preventive rabies treatment after being bitten last week by a rabid cat.
A Hall County dog still is basking in the limelight after winning Best of Breed at the prestigious Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York City last week.
Does good health come in the form of a pill? A growing body of research suggests otherwise.
For the second time so far this year, a case of rabies has been confirmed in Hall County.
The Medical College of Georgia received state permission this week to create a satellite campus at the University of Georgia, with the Athens medical school set to open in fall 2010.