Three people were sent to Northeast Georgia Medical Center Tuesday after an improper left turn resulted in a collision on Jesse Jewell Parkway.
The Flowery Branch City Council has postponed Thursday's meeting to July 8 because it won't have enough members to conduct a meeting.
The Rotary Club of Gainesville donated more than $20,000 to local nonprofit groups at its meeting Monday - a move that made Jan Ros get a little teary eyed.
Gainesville has its Mule Camp Market and Dahlonega has Gold Rush Days.
While many area cities have signature events, the South Hall town of Oakwood has long lacked an event - or even a string of smaller ones - that brings carloads of visitors to town.
If the success of the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce's HALLmark Vision Initiative is any indication, Hall County residents and businesses really believe in their community. In 2006, the chamber launched the fundraising mission with a four-year goal of collecting $2.2 million to fund economic development, education and community improvement initiatives.
In 2006, the chamber launched the fundraising mission with a four-year goal of collecting $2.2 million to fund economic development, education and community improvement initiatives.
Despite several years of slow but steady growth in Oakwood, population estimates for 2009 reveal a steeper rise than the city has seen in years past.
Budget concerns keep playing a heavy hand in decisions made by the Hall County school board.
A piece of history left Gainesville 135 years ago, but now it's back.
State leaders earlier this month got a glimpse of 469 recently acquired acres that will provide a geographic link between portions of the Dawson Forest Wildlife Management Area.
BUFORD - Some 30 years of shows and social gatherings - as well as extreme weather conditions - have put a beating on the amphitheater at Lake Lanier Islands' Presentation Pointe.
Like having a root canal, discussing death is one of those things many would rather put off until absolutely necessary.
As fireworks stands pop up along the state's roadsides, area officials urge families to stay safe and be smart.
At the end of a cul-de-sac in a tidy North Hall subdivision sits one house that doesn't match the others.
A tangle of weeds and grass has grown waist high, obscuring all but the top of the home from view.
It's time for Hall County students to get healthy.
The state board of education passed a new physical education requirement earlier this month, and Hall County Schools is one of five systems chosen to pilot the program this fall.
The federal agency that enforces immigration law has announced changes that may ultimately play a role in determining when people are deported for being in the country illegally.
This month officials with Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced a realignment of its removal and detention divisions and a new strategic priority plan for the next four years.
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Friends and loved ones aren't just mourning Deb Sorrow's sudden passing Friday.
Alejandro and Beth Oropeza aren't replacing just any ministry's founder.
A former Riverside Military Academy cadet filed a lawsuit in Hall County State Court claiming the school should have intervened more before he suffered a ...
The Hall County Planning Commission will meet Monday to review a proposal to add an assisted living/group home use, as well as permission to ...
No injuries have been reported, but many area residents are dealing with the aftermath of heavy rains that raked North Georgia this weekend.
In the early 1970s, Gus and Janelle Whalen made their first trip to Milton Martin Toyota, then located in downtown Gainesville, to buy a car.
At a Gainesville City Council meeting last month, political organizer Jerry Gonzalez ran down the racial demographics of local government personnel, comparing those figures with ...
Hall County governments have found a new, potential cash source to help fund road projects - the Georgia Transportation Infrastructure Bank.
It's not easy for parents to watch their children struggle with school work.
It's been rumored for some time that a Dunkin' Donuts would pop up on Thompson Bridge Road in Gainesville, and that speculation might soon ...
Eddie Staub couldn't fully picture it at the time, but need drives vision.
All clad in weather appropriate rain gear, Kelsey Payne, a Brenau University student from Chattanooga and several out-of-town guests left Dress Up with their hands ...
Brenau University alumnae and families of students braved wet weather Saturday to attend Homecoming and Family Weekend at the Gainesville university.
As the Petit Le Mans wraps up today and fans prepare for a rainy finish to the four-day event, officials chimed in on the economic ...
For many residential property owners, homeowners' associations are like a tetanus shot required after stepping on a nail. They serve a purpose, but can sting ...
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