Hall County students enrolled in certain college courses can now expect a bump to their high school grade point average.
The land beyond the Good News at Noon shelter is overgrown with rundown buildings, but Pastor Fletcher Law sees great potential.
Three men drowned Sunday at Lake Lanier in two separate incidents, with one including a father and son.
For school officials, having diverse classroom leadership is another way to enhance student education.
Hundreds traveled from across the country to celebrate a milestone moment for a locally based manufacturing company.
Georgia is the recipient of a $1 million grant to implement Guided Pathways to Success, an education initiative designed to make college more affordable and boost college completion.
The next phase of standardized testing in Georgia is expected to consolidate content, take advantage of technology and offer a more in-depth look at what students have really learned in the classroom.
When Georgia's new comprehensive gun laws go into effect July 1, many churches will opt out of allowing weapons into worship halls.
Calhoun resident Wesley Roach has been announced as the new principal at Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy.
Gainesville school board members have given tentative approval to a budget that adds new positions and restores calendar days for the upcoming school year.
There's a "baby Buddha" in all of us.
Brenau University President Ed Schrader says a proposed rating system by the federal government for colleges and universities is a step in the wrong direction.
Cameras are everywhere, from banks to stores to home security systems - and now schools.
Two University of North Georgia faculty members are working closely together to make college a little more affordable.
When it comes to education, more students and parents are asking for choices.
Flowery Branch officials continue searching for a permanent solution to damage on Spring Street from 2013 flooding.
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.
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