Pastor Paul Bates knew something was amiss as soon as he walked into the Church at Dahlonega Tuesday afternoon.
A 1-year-old Hall County girl was airlifted to an Atlanta hospital after she accidentally poured hot grease on herself this afternoon, officials said.
Last week Hall County Deputy Clerk of Court Rosa Gallaga called up more than 40 people with pending applications for notary public commissions to give them fair warning.
For 6-year-old Marshall Carrier, it was "the most awesome thing I've ever seen."
Hall County Superior Court Judge C. Andrew Fuller will preside over a lawsuit filed by the town of Clermont against Hall County after another judge ruled he should not be recused.
A Loganville man wanted in connection with an armed robbery and shooting of a Cornelia restaurant employee was captured outside a Newton County convenience store Tuesday night.
The man friends called "Amigo" was found dead in his boarding room by housemates on Aug. 20, 1991, though police weren't called until the next day.
Tiny Lula park, which has a history as a meeting place for casual sexual encounters, was the scene of more arrests last week when four men were charged with indecent exposure or criminal trespass.
Fieldale Farms officials are asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit brought by one of its largest shareholders, saying her claims are moot after she was voted off the board of directors.
When Georgia State Patrol Sgt. Dean Allen pulls motorists over for driving more than 85 miles per hour on Ga. 365, drivers know it's going to cost them.
Debra Plaster of Demorest said folks in Habersham County aren't used to the kind of local news they heard a week ago when a pizza restaurant employee was shot during an armed robbery in the small town of Cornelia.
Dick Mecum's long career in law enforcement is likely winding to a close.
Two weekends ago Tosha Lowman nearly witnessed a tragedy on the banks of the Clarks Bridge Park beach at Lake Lanier.
Authorities believe a woman who was caught on a security camera burglarizing a South Hall home couldn't take the glare of the media spotlight.
Only a handful of local sex offenders so far have taken advantage of a change in state law that lifted restrictions on where many of them could live and work.
Since Gov. Sonny Perdue signed the law May 21, only 14 of Hall County's 247 registered sex offenders have come into the sheriff's office to provide authorities with new address information, said Investigator Mike Mazarky. He estimated half of those were new registrants.