It's that time of year: When Lake Lanier drops another inch, another boat ramp closes. Thursday, Lake Lanier's water level dropped just below 1,063.02 feet above sea level, more than 3 feet lower than it was this time last year. With the change, boat ramps at Burton Mill, Duckett Mill and Bethel Park all closed, according to Pat Robbins, a spokesman for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Mobile, which manages the lake. The ...
Nearly 20 years ago, Peggy and Stanley Pierce's lives were touched by St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
On the day of Kaylee Kipp's death, her older sisters also had bruises and burns that a nurse practitioner with the Edmondson-Telford Center for Children found to be "consistent" with injuries caused by abuse.
Roger Fitzpatrick is going to let the voters of Georgia's 9th District decide the merits of the two Republican candidates left in the U.S. House race on their own.
Two veterans of the Hall County Sheriff's Office have another three weeks left to campaign for a chance to succeed Steve Cronic as the next leader of the agency.
Doug Collins and Martha Zoller will be at each other's throats for another month after neither candidate had enough votes to nab the Republican nomination in Georgia's 9th District U.S. House race.
Attorneys have begun picking a jury in a trial of a Gainesville man accused of causing the death of an 18-month-old girl last June.
In a final debate before the July 31 primary that will decide their fates as congressional candidates, the two men and one woman in a race to represent Georgia's newest congressional district were on the defensive Sunday.
Brad Morris, whose office has defended the poor in court for eight years, sees his job as a way to protect the U.S. Constitution.
Dave Anderson, a founder of Gainesville's only Spanish-language newspaper and a former North Hall High School coach, died Wednesday. He was 75.
State elections officials are investigating a complaint at the Hall County Elections Office, a source with Georgia's Secretary of State confirmed.
One calls herself a "firebrand." Another repeats that he's the only "consistent conservative." And the third rarely sits down without mentioning the U.S. Constitution.
In the race to be the newest member of Georgia's congressional delegation from Northeast Georgia two candidates who see themselves as the other's chief rival might be their own worst enemies.
ATLANTA - Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal on Thursday said he intends to end tolls on Ga. 400 by end of 2013.
On July 31, among the myriad other choices they make, Hall County voters will decide on their first new tax commissioner in 12 years.