With the public sector turning more and more to the private sector for certain jobs, the University System of Georgia is following suit with one of the biggest aspects of campus life.
A water main break in the Chestatee neighborhood Thursday evening, which led to the Hall County School District canceling Friday classes, has been resolved.
Jonquavies Drinkard knows what's most important in winning.
Hall County schools remain closed today due to a water main break in front of Chestatee High School, cutting off water to both the high school and Chestatee Middle School.
Wintry weather and school buses on roads rarely mix, which is why both Will Schofield and Merrianne Dyer were on the edge of their seats Monday night.
It was a hard-fought battle, but seventh-grader Carolina Santiago emerged victorious, all thanks to being a good speller.
Less than one month after the new state health benefits plan went into effect, the Department of Community Health has approved changes designed to ease financial burdens for state employees on it.
School will be fully back in session for students and teachers alike next year in Hall County.
Under the proposed state budget, children may spend a full 180 days in public school and teachers 190.
The expected and much-touted renovations have yet to happen at two Northeast Georgia state parks and lodges after a private company took over operations in 2012.
Georgia's grade in education for 2013 isn't in yet, but school systems are bracing for a big change from the 2012 scores.
North Hall High School Principal Joe Gheesling said Friday he plans to retire at the end of this school year.
Brenau University's ready to head south for winter.
The best way to combat the freezing temperatures this winter? Eat like a cow.
In a Lyman Hall Elementary classroom, music teacher Tony Villarini is instructing his students via an interactive whiteboard on how to play the guitar.
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When Ryan McKay first met his wife, Brandy, she was the adventurous eater and he barely ventured outside of his comfort zone.
South Hall residents looking forward to the opening of a long-anticipated area park have a few more months of waiting.
"Mama! Mama! How was that?"
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