A jury has been selected in the case of two North Georgia men facing federal charges in what prosecutors call a terror plot in which the men targeted U.S. cities and officials by conspiring and attempting to make the toxin ricin.
Gainesville school board members have approved a contract of employment with Wanda Creel, their choice to be the next city schools' superintendent.
A local shelter and food bank has received an extension to raise funds for expansion.
All a Georgia prisoner gets upon release is $25 and a bus ticket.
At 40 years old, Lendell wants to go back to school and become a certified personal trainer. He plans to use that certification as a stepping stone to go further in the health field, possibly as either a nutritionist or physical therapist.
A road-widening project of the Georgia Department of Transportation means some water work has to be done by the city of Gainesville.
LaCrisia Larkin moved excitedly around the empty house on Washington Street, discussing color schemes.
A new year brings new opportunities for parents of rising ninth-graders to choose from a variety of programs for their children.
There are several steps an incident report must go through in the Gainesville Police Department before being filed.
In spite of the revelry and merriment the New Year's holiday brings for many people, Tuesday was a quiet night on the roads for the Georgia State Patrol.
While most people brought in the new year at the stroke of midnight, little Jimena Magana already knows to always arrive fashionably late for a party.
If the first week of 2014 is any indication, the new year may prove to be just as soggy as the last one.
Today is a historic moment for the Boy Scouts of America, marking the first day openly gay youth can be accepted to the ranks.
Amy Kienle is spending the New Year's holiday relaxing with her family on a Florida beach, but in a little more than a month she'll be making her home in Gainesville as the new CEO for the Georgia Mountains YMCA.
To outsiders, Berry Walton comes across as a no-nonsense yet easygoing man, a persona that fits him well working with young students.
Tuesday's lunch menu at C.W. Davis Middle School could better be described as brunch.
At first blush, it may sound a little nuts to willingly ask someone to place multiple needles in your skin, but proponents say the practice is useful for alleviating a variety of ailments, from chronic pain to depression.
All property needed for the construction of a roundabout has been acquired by Flowery Branch, moving that particular project forward.
Work done on the railroad going through Flowery Branch should provide a smoother ride for vehicles and trains alike.
For some of the smaller cities in Hall County, sales tax revenue means assistance in routine infrastructure maintenance.
An amendment to an agreement between Flowery Branch and Buford exchanges two sewer service areas between the cities.
A visit to downtown Flowery Branch will often provide a view of a city employee crossing Main Street, going from one government office to another on opposite sides of the street.
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