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.
Eight years after Hall County originally purchased the property, work is set to officially begin on Cherokee Bluffs park.
The bidding process is set to begin for a $2.2 million project that will add more volume to Flowery Branch's water treatment plant.
The American Legion Legacy Scholarship Run is scheduled Wednesday to zoom through Flowery Branch.
Community members enjoyed sunny skies and live music Saturday, all with the intent to end homelessness in the county.
It may still be August, but area Republicans are thinking ahead to the November election.
Hall County investigators are asking for community help after vandalism was reported in a South Hall County neighborhood.
Plans are moving forward on a "pocket park" for the area between the historic train depot and Growlers on Main in downtown Flowery Branch.
Two Hall County schools are on the state's radar as a result of a lack of progress in student achievement over a three-year period.
A Cornelia woman on probation after pleading guilty to federal firearms charges was arrested Saturday night in Flowery Branch on a multitude of charges.
Faith Thompson giggled a little self-consciously when practicing the Japanese language.
No threat was found from a suspicious device responsible for the closure of a South Hall road this morning.
A rezoning of residential land near downtown Flowery Branch opens the property for new homes.
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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