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.
A team of early educators will represent Georgia at a conference to learn how to better address educational needs of the state's infants and toddlers.
The addition of a crossing guard is expected to ease bus traffic concerns at Gainesville Middle School.
Gainesville education leaders have opted to spend extra time studying a new international program rather than begin classes next school year.
Bill Thompson has announced his plans to run for the at-large position on the Hall County Board of Education, which he currently holds.
More than 50 years ago, Martin Luther King Jr. had a dream that "on the red hills of Georgia, the sons of former slaves and the sons of former slave owners will be able to sit down together at the table of brotherhood."
An upheaval in the state health benefits plan has led to tension between the board that put the changes in place, the state government that claims it has no ties to it and employees and retirees who say they're being negatively impacted both in their wallets and at the doctor's office.
Fingerprints, blood, saliva - investigators look for it all when going through a crime scene.
The economic downturn and sluggish growth of recent years haven't been all bad news for the Hall County School District, allowing for some time to catch up on repairs and renovations to aging infrastructure.
Lanier Charter Career Academy is already home to a fine dining restaurant, gift store, coffee shop and conference center, among other businesses.
A fallen power line is to blame for a Saturday evening outage in Hall County that took hours to restore.
A local university is expanding - again.
Tensions over what academic standards Georgia adheres to have been simmering in Atlanta and could possibly boil over this week when a bill designed to radically change state education heads for a vote in the state House of Representatives.
On the screen behind Candace Kendle, an image flashed of two separate brain scans.
As the next year's state budget takes one step closer to reality, local schools continue to cheer as increased funding looks more like a certainty.
A memorial service is planned today for a Riverside Military Academy student who died Tuesday from injuries sustained in a pedestrian accident.
The high in Burlington, Vt., today is expected to be around 20.
Riverside Military Academy officials have confirmed an 18-year-old student has died from injuries sustained in a pedestrian accident.
The struggle to develop one unified vision while maintaining individual campus identities was evident at a University of North Georgia strategic planning town hall meeting.
Gainesville City Schools students will be in class an extra day next month to replace time missed due to snow and ice.
Omar Espinoza works the night shift at Mayfield Dairy Farms.
Having access to online technology is changing how teachers and students interact, but a local school is testing how it can change the professional teaching environment as well.
Farmer Tommy Blackstock has noticed the cattle on his farm aren't eating quite like they should.
Kya Nicholson wasn't shy about showing off some of her new dance moves.