In a Republican runoff, there are always several similarities.
There's a difference of about 17 percentage points in the amount of sales tax county officials think they're entitled to and the amount leaders of Hall's cities think the county should have.
The fact that the housing market crashed is news that's a few years old by now.
Thanks to a favorable ruling in the tri-state spat over water in Lake Lanier, Hall County officials say they no longer need Cedar Creek Reservoir to make their plans for a future reservoir viable.
Saying she never appeared remorseful for her role in the 2010 murder of Richard Schoeck, Superior Court Judge Jason Deal didn't give Lynitra Ross a chance at parole Thursday.
Juan Luna, owner of the downtown Gainesville restaurant Luna's, will have to stay at least 50 feet from rival restaurant owner Scott Dixon for the foreseeable future.
The Gainesville City Council made the first step Tuesday toward the development of property across Ga. 53 from the popular chain restaurants Cheddar's and Olive Garden.
Barring a successful appeal, Stephen West will spend the rest of his life in prison for the death of an 18-month-old girl under his care last year.
On Monday, Aug. 13 at 10:30, Hall County officials are expected to turn over their proposal for how sales tax money will be shared throughout the county.
Before they decide how to deliver solid waste services in the most efficient manner, the members of the Hall County Board of Commissioners will decide whether they need help in the process - and if so, how much they'll pay for that help.
Members of the Hall County Board of Education are tentatively considering raising property owners' taxes this year - an increase that would mean property owners would pay another 82 cents on every $1,000 in taxable property value.
A man charged with homicide in a June 18 boat collision that killed two children is free on a $50,000 bond, according to the Hall County Sheriff's Office.
Four years ago, Ashley Bell was considered a rising star in the political world.
Five years ago today, Angie Roach was 31 and thinking about death.
It's that time of year: When Lake Lanier drops another inch, another boat ramp closes.