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Investigator details armed robberies in court

A Hall County Sheriff's Office investigator told the court Thursday of two robberies occurring May 13, cases separated by a few miles in Gainesville.

June 23, 2017 | Times staff reports | Local

Two inmates at Alto prison granted parole after high school graduation

For Kelli Armstrong and Tammy Kline, the ceremony Thursday at Lee Arrendale State Prison in Alto didn't just mark the end of their high ...

June 23, 2017 | Nick Watson | Local

Hall commissioners approve tax increase

Property taxes are going up in Hall County.

June 22, 2017 | Nick Bowman | Local

Gainesville Eye Associates founder retires after 35 years

In 1982, set to begin his career as an ophthalmologist, Dr. Stephen Farkas heard from a cousin that the Gainesville area was a "great place ...

June 22, 2017 | Jeff Gill | Local

Man indicted in killing of Gainesville grad in Atlanta

ATLANTA - A 39-year-old man accused of shooting a Gainesville High graduate on an Atlanta street in broad daylight has been indicted.

June 22, 2017 | Associated Press | Local

Fundraising page set up for family of father, son drowning victims

More than $25,000 has been raised since a Dahlonega man and his son drowned at a popular Lumpkin County swimming spot.

June 22, 2017 | Nick Watson | Local

DOT not keeping lake level down to build new Boling Bridge

If you've been wondering about something in your community, Ask The Times is your place to get answers. The following question was submitted by ...

June 22, 2017 | Times staff reports | Ask The Times

Society in Tiger works to preserve indigo snake in North Ga. mountains

There's a den of snakes in Tiger, and all the South should be happy about it.

June 22, 2017 | Nick Bowman | Life top stories

Gainesville Middle teacher indicted for charge of simple battery against student

A Hall County grand jury has indicted a Gainesville Middle School teacher of simple battery stemming from a hallway incident with a student that was ...

June 22, 2017 | Carlos Galarza | Local

Responses to having cameras on docks mostly positive

Public comments were in favor of allowing cameras on docks at Lake Lanier, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

June 22, 2017 | Times staff reports | Local

5 things to do this weekend

1. Go "art-tiquing"

June 22, 2017 | Times staff reports | Get Out top stories

Hall school system to get its very own drug dog

A drug dog will patrol the halls of the Hall County School District beginning next school year.

June 22, 2017 | | Local

Lake Lanier Fishing Report: Frequent rains continue to help fishing

Water Conditions: Lake Lanier's water level is up again this week and is 1,064.65 or 6.35 feet below the normal full ...

June 22, 2017 | Eric Aldrich For The Times | Outdoors

Volunteers, partnerships work to feed children in Hall County this summer

Growing up in the Chestatee community, Alisha Chavez was one of many students who benefited from the reduced-fare lunch program at school, but she didn ...

June 22, 2017 | Norm Cannada | Local

Top chamber volunteers of the year recognized

Fifteen people were recognized Thursday as the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce top volunteers of 2016-17.

June 22, 2017 | Jeff Gill | Local

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New Thrift store offers job skills for program residents

For the past 17 years, My Sister's Place in Gainesville has helped homeless women and children with shelter, meals, transportation needs, referrals and other services.

June 08, 2017 | Norm Cannada | Local

Braselton coffee house looks to add liquor to menu

From seniors rolling up in their golf carts to teens on first date, there's something for everyone at Mocha Moe's in South Hall.

June 08, 2017 | Nick Bowman | Local

Millie’s Drapery & Decorating hopes to reopen at old location, nearly a year after fire

Working in tight spaces for the past year, Millie's Drapery & Decorating hopes to be back at its old location off Cleveland Highway by mid-July.

June 08, 2017 | Jeff Gill | Local

Former Gainesville High golfer Spencer Ralston aiming higher after stellar freshman year at UGA

For Spencer Ralston, the hardest part of his freshman season with the University of Georgia men's golf team was managing his time.

June 07, 2017 | Marcus Rodrigue | Staff sports picks

Longtime Gainesville High coach Manson Hill inducted into Ga. Athletic Coaches Assoc. Hall of Fame

It's only fitting that Brenda Hill-Gilmore's fondest memory of legendary coach Manson Hill came from inside the film room at Gainesville High.

June 07, 2017 | Sarah Woodall | High schools

Number One Basketball and Volleyball Camps planned for Brenau University

The Number One Basketball Camp for girls will be held June 19-21 at Brenau University in Gainesville.

June 07, 2017 | Times staff reports | Community sports

Early morning fire damages home in Chicopee Village

An early morning fire Wednesday caused "extensive damage" to a home in Chicopee Village, according to fire officials.

June 07, 2017 | Times staff reports | Local

Tom Crawford: Utility leaders reward failure over nuclear boondoggles

The executives of Southern Company, the utility holding company headquartered in Atlanta, have been involved in two of the biggest boondoggles in U.S. industrial history.

June 07, 2017 | Tom Crawford | All viewpoint stories

Guest column: GOP health plan would eliminate coverage for many with disabilities

Last month, the American Health Care Act, or "TrumpCare" passed the House of Representatives by only four votes. The bill, written as is, would eliminate insurance for millions of low-income Americans, but there is one aspect of the bill that no one is talking about - how the AHCA will impact Medicaid's programs for people with disabilities.

June 07, 2017 | By Justin Pressley Guest columnist | All viewpoint stories

Letter: Veterans get little help after their sacrifices in other countries’ wars

I am so disgusted with Veterans Affairs. It does not assist veterans who wasted their lives for no reason. America seems to be at war all the time with no purpose. If two foreign countries are fighting each other, that's their problem, but we make it ours. That's why our country is not what it once was. We are playing referee to those countries, so why must we interrupt their little wars? We are playing hero at great expense.

June 07, 2017 | Letter to the editor | All viewpoint stories

860-home development off Dawsonville Highway gets city council’s first OK

An 860-home active-adult community off Dawsonville Highway/Ga. 53 was unanimously approved by Gainesville City Council Tuesday night.

June 07, 2017 | Jeff Gill | Local

Council OKs Green Street home for autism program

A tearful mother, supported by her 26-year-old autistic son standing by her side, moved many to tears during an emotional moment at a Gainesville City Council meeting Tuesday night.

June 07, 2017 | Carlos Galarza | Local

Duckett Mill resident aiming for gun dog kennel

Andrew Cain is one step closer to turning a lifelong passion training dogs into his day job.

June 07, 2017 | Nick Bowman | Local

Gainesville school transition moves ahead

Monday's Gainesville City School Board work session marked a significant point in the transition from outgoing Superintendent Wanda Creel to Jeremy Williams, Creel's successor beginning July 1.

June 07, 2017 | Norm Cannada | Local

Police: Woman in stable condition after Gainesville shooting

The woman who took a stray bullet Friday in her upper torso at the Park Crossing Apartments in Gainesville is in stable condition, according to authorities.

June 07, 2017 | Nick Watson | Local

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