Gainesville Middle School student Jordan Griffin approached the bus with suspicion at first.
Advocates of complete separation of church and state saw a victory Monday when the United States Supreme Court left in place a court decision that said public high school graduations in a church with religious symbols violated that constitutional right.
A federal judge has awarded more than $800,000 in legal fees to the Hall County widow of a pastor fatally shot by law enforcement.
It may be hard to take a roomful of cheering teenage boys seriously, but hundreds from across the state are in Gainesville this week to seriously consider what the future looks like.
Karen Ching has a passion for restoring old buildings.
A 2015 budget for Gainesville City Schools is set.
Health care was one of the few career fields that not only remained steady during the recent recession but experienced growth.
Those searching for big, yellow modes of transportation need look no further than the Hall County School District.
Bill Lightfoot gestured to a young boy attempting a math problem on the whiteboard.
A familiar site for those who drive up and down Thompson Bridge Road will soon close due to lack of business.
Flowery Branch city officials are proposing an increased 2015 budget, reflecting the first tax increase in nine years.
It's a busy upcoming weekend for Nath Morris.
Hall County school officials are "cautiously optimistic" after receiving preliminary standardized test results from the past school year.
It was a deadly day in the water Sunday, with two separate drowning incidents at Lake Lanier resulting in the death of three, including a father trying to save his son.
Hall County students enrolled in certain college courses can now expect a bump to their high school grade point average.
A prominent worldwide event is set to once again take place in South Hall County.
A grocery retailer known for cutting the frills of standard grocery stores in favor of cutting expenses for consumers is poised to open in South Hall.
Thousands of spectators showed up Saturday to one of Flowery Branch's much-loved annual events.
Right by the front door of Spout Springs School of Enrichment is a vending machine wrapped in kraft paper; on it, student signatures are scrawled across it, promising to make healthy choices. The machine's only option is bottled water.
A much-loved tradition is once again visiting the streets of downtown Flowery Branch.
The sun broke through the clouds just in time to witness the official groundbreaking at Cherokee Bluffs Park.
For Karen Ching, there's a constant bar of excellence she's always trying to reach.
The swimming pool at the Oakwood YMCA is closed to the public after Labor Day, but on Wednesday, some lucky third-graders got to jump in.
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