The home feels new yet loved, with crisp white walls meeting floorboards that sag at the seams.
It's been seven months since Northeast Georgia Medical Center started meticulously collecting data in its trauma department ranging from what kind of patients are seen to how long each step of the process takes.
In the Brenau Barbecue Championship's three-year history, the event has managed to do what few others can in infancy - turn a profit.
As budget woes build, a small silver lining emerged at this week's Hall County Schools Board of Education meeting.
Koyo Bearings USA will hold a job fair Saturday to recruit for an expansion that will add 50 employees to its Dahlonega plant.
The Gateway Domestic Violence Center is making progress with plans to build six transitional apartments for families recovering from the cycle of violence.
Professor Michallene McDaniel's reviews on the online rating site ratemyprofessors.com are riddled with exclamation points.
Patients at Northeast Georgia Physician Group's Cleveland office arrived to a new facility Monday that administrators say will dramatically improve service to the community and fill a need for specialized care.
Fluctuating tax digest numbers are continuing to cut away at an already bare Hall County Schools 2012 budget.
Junior Achievement will honor two of Gainesville's premiere business leaders, Gus Whalen and Jim Walters, with induction Thursday into the Northeast Georgia Business Hall of Fame.
Riding off the success of the 2010 opening of Sunset Cove, Lake Lanier Islands Resort will unveil a new adult and family entertainment district this summer.
Gainesville High School students again surpassed state scores in all areas of the Georgia High School Graduation Test.
When Theresa Anderson married her husband, Paul, she went to work digging up dirt on her new family.
It's called Walk to School Day, but for some, it was more of a run. As Centennial Arts Academy Assistant Principal Leslie Frierson started the annual event Thursday, a group of students took off at a sprint down the Rock Creek Greenway. "It's nice to get out and enjoy the fresh air, get the boys ready for school, get the blood pumping a bit," said Brian Mavity as he walked with his sons, Peyton, 11, ...
North Georgia College & State University is now the fourth college in the nation to provide a Peace Corps Prep Program, a suggested curriculum that prepares students for work in international development.