Da Vinci Academy students watched Thursday as two lively dogs, Sydney and Annabelle, tracked the scent of a rising epidemic: bed bugs.
To the dismay of his crowd of supporters, Gainesville resident Christopher Thomas Ray - who appeared in Gwinnett Superior Court Thursday on felony kidnapping charges - was denied bond.
It's almost move-in time for Gainesville's public safety officials.
In a scene her students say resembled a mosh pit, Audra Whitaker floated weightlessly aboard a Boeing 727.
As racing fans pour into town this weekend for the Petit Le Mans, it's Stacey Dickson's expectation that they'll also flood local hotels, shops and restaurants.
Nathan Deal's finances have come into question once again as a federal judge re-examines his daughter and son-in-law's bankruptcy filing.
Kathy Cooper was tending to her cattle this week when she discovered another cow had been killed and mutilated - approximately one year from the first time it happened.
Oakwood is trying to knit together as much as $500,000 to complete a downtown improvement project that would feature new sidewalks, ornamental lighting, benches, brick crosswalks and landscaping.
The economy is getting better, but the rate of recovery in the Northeast Georgia area directly depends on what residents do to help, a North Georgia College & State University speaker said Wednesday.
A man drove his truck into the retention pond off Bradford Street on Wednesday evening and came out with no injuries.
The millage rate for Gainesville City Schools will be lower this year, but most homeowners still will see an increase in their property tax bill this fall because the city's overall millage rate will go up.
Flowery Branch ended qualifying Wednesday with a mayor's race and an unopposed candidate for the Post 4 City Council seat.
Check your front door. You may have an invitation to the next Gainesville City Council meeting.
Hall County waived its right to stimulus bond financing, opting instead to use the funding to help jump start the new King's Hawaiian operation in Oakwood.
David Wilder Mossman, 35, of Gainesville, was charged Monday with manufacturing marijuana and possession of marijuana.
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When a jury heads back to deliberate, the interview of a child abuse victim can often make or break the case.
Law enforcement officials across Georgia are proving to be the biggest obstacle to a bill that would allow medical cannabis oil to be manufactured and ...
Growth seems to be back in South Hall County, and that is likely to lead to a "re-shuffling" of schools to accommodate current and anticipated ...
Nearly one of every five vehicles is used for commercial purposes - a statistic that has caught the eye of at least one major manufacturer, Nissan.
Whether you're an active horseback rider, an avid hiker or just someone looking for a new place to take a quiet nature walk, Don ...
A fraternity at the University of North Georgia's Dahlonega campus was suspended Wednesday after allegations of alcohol misuse and hazing.
Mordecai Wilson arrived in Lula in 1996, a little wary at first.
Hall County will be under a winter storm watch starting at 1 a.m. Monday that will continue until the later part of the day.
Four different vehicles struck and killed a horse Tuesday morning on Athens Highway, according to officials.
Seventy local people are now on the payroll at Dairy Queen in Braselton, which celebrated its opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday, 21 weeks from ...
Here is an item we heard this week that we thought you might find interesting.
Cody Brewer is the reigning Gainesville City Schools spelling champion.
A Gainesville man faces drug charges in connection to an estimated $566,000 in methamphetamine and marijuana, plus weapons, according to authorities.
Sitting in the shadow of its predecessor, the Hall County Correctional Institution opened its doors Friday as Warden Walt Davis praised the county for its ...
Two women in the Hall County Jail's work release program never returned from a Monday night Alcoholics Anonymous/Narcotics Anonymous meeting, according to authorities.
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