A small group of dedicated high school juniors and seniors are spending weekday mornings gaining not only class credit and work experience, but also helping in the community.
In spite of a rainy summer, the Chattahoochee Golf Club has seen an increase in rounds played, particularly over the past few weeks.
The Gainesville City Schools board of education has tabled a second reading of a policy for awarding units and transfer credits.
If you're interested in having an impact in the life of a child, now is the time of year to get involved.
Overcrowding remains an issue in one local school system, while another continues its wait-and-see approach to when enrollment numbers will begin increasing again.
Recent news stories about professional athletes using banned performance-enhancing drugs have led local school officials to begin the conversation at the high school level.
The Gainesville school system is introducing a new channel of communication between the schools, families and the community.
Derek Crum, 19, stood in front of a rapt audience Thursday evening as he shared his story of drug addiction.
Hall County's World Language Academy has been announced as a 2012 School of Excellence by the Georgia Department of Education.
Marijuana, both natural and synthetic, is the topic of tonight's presentation of the Drug Free Coalition of Hall County.
A ruptured gas line led to a brief scare at McEver Arts Academy on Wednesday.
Pamela Nix Elms, a 1991 graduate of Gainesville High School, is now the joint executive director for the Kappa Delta Sorority and Foundation.
As the University of North Georgia begins its first full academic year as a united campus, President Bonita Jacobs has announced new initiatives to inspire and encourage research among professors.
Nearly 33,000 Hall County and Gainesville children reported back to class Monday morning, beginning the 2013-14 school year.
As students across the state return to their brick-and-mortar schools, many are going back to a different kind of school.
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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