Gov. Sonny Perdue visited North Georgia College & State University on Tuesday to award a $2.5 million grant from the OneGeorgia Authority to pave the way for the area's electronic super highway.
The Gainesville school board paid off some of its major bills before celebrating the new year.
Gov. Sonny Perdue will visit North Georgia College & State University this morning to present a $2.5 million grant from the OneGeorgia Authority to support the North Georgia Network fiber optic initiative aided by federal stimulus funds.
Winding paths are the surest way to surmount a mountain. Gainesville Middle School art teacher Mitch Freeman embraces this notion in his painted elephant sculpture to be showcased at a May art exhibition billed as London's biggest.
Barring a drastic economic turnaround, state budgets cuts for public schools, technical colleges and universities in 2009 may pale in comparison to the end result of state cuts for 2010.
Allison Nicole Linares is Northeast Georgia Medical Center's first baby of the new decade.
Nearly 100 local daredevils started 2010 with an icy splash into Lake Lanier. The Lanier Canoe and Kayak Club held its 13th annual Polar Bear Swim fundraiser on Friday afternoon. Despite 45-degree weather, with winds gusting up to 24 mph, 97 jumpers ranging in age from 5 to 67 took the plunge, club president Tim Watson said. Gainesville City Councilman George Wangemann ...
The smarts of the Gainesville High School Academic Bowl Team will be showcased on WSB-TV Channel 2 Sunday when its competition against longtime rival St. Pius X Catholic High School airs.
Do you intend to be more adventurous in 2010? Are you going to take new leaps of faith? Start the new year on the right foot by taking the plunge in Lake Lanier on Friday for the Lanier Canoe and Kayak Club's 13th Annual Polar Bear Swim. Although the National Weather Service forecasts a high of 42 degrees on Friday, Lanier Canoe and Kayak Club President Tim Watson is expecting dozens of adults and kids ...
Canine companions have long been used in search and rescue missions, and now a handful of Dawson County residents are putting their equine companions to work saving lives.
Dave Moody has been an educator for more than 17 years, but he said the past five years directing elementary education in Hall County schools have been the best.
As most children are tinkering with their new Christmas toys, some children in Hall County still are hoping for a home.
The Junior ROTC program at local high schools can provide students with much more than discipline and focus. It can also lead to big college scholarships.
Children donned halos, robes and head scarves at First Presbyterian Church's Christmas Eve service to retell the birth of Jesus Christ, the child that Christians believe is God's greatest gift to humankind.
Parents' wallets may be a little thin this year, but kids sitting on Santa's lap are still wishing for the stars.