More than 150 Hall County students now have a great reason to flash those pearly whites.
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.
Emily Wood may have won the Hall County School District spelling bee on Jan. 27 with the word "goatee," but the word that stumped her the most was "pusillanimous."
With more retail shops open for business downtown, new homes being built and upcoming plans for more accommodating roads, it's safe to say Flowery Branch is a bustling town.
Investigators with the Hall County Sheriff's Office are seeking the public's help to hopefully get some pieces of jewelry back to the rightful owners.
Tarik Jalil has got a smile to light up a room.
The day was gray and gloomy, but a group of dedicated community members and volunteers have proven that Hall County is nothing but green.
Flowery Branch City Council members have approved an intergovernmental agreement with Hall County for participation in an upcoming sales tax referendum.
Construction is ongoing at South Hall's Cherokee Bluffs Park in Flowery Branch.
Flowery Branch leaders have moved forward on increasing sewer capacity, and increasing the city's chances for future development and growth.
"This county's getting ready to go," Hall County Board of Commissioners Chairman Richard Mecum said Monday night. "Whether you're ready or not."
Kathy Cooper can always tell when it's been a good year.
When three area men joined their Scouting troop on an annual canoe trip over the Christmas holiday, they were met with a little more than the typical camping experience.
Art and history meet in downtown Flowery Branch with plans for a large wall mural finally coming to fruition.
The new year likely will see a series of train towers going up not only in Hall County, but across the state and nation.
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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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