Georgia State Patrol officials have identified Nathaniel Davison, 16, as the driver of the vehicle that struck a tree Wednesday night on Dawsonville Highway near Sardis Road.
A fisherman floats Friday afternoon down the Chattahoochee River, enjoying the last bit of silence before ear-piercing sirens order him to the shore.
The White County Sheriff's Office is warning residents to beware of a pedigree dog snatcher.
JEKYLL ISLAND - The Times won first-place in general excellence for the third straight year, and the newspaper's series on the Chattahoochee River took two first-place honors in the annual Georgia Press Association Better Newspaper Contest.
Joe Ethier has led the local Boys & Girls Clubs well - so well he's been promoted to a position in Atlanta.
Hall County School Board members see the Internet as an infinite textbook.
A tax increase for Hall County property owners may indeed be an option.
The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary is hoping to turn the tide on the growing number of accidents on Lake Lanier.
The heat wave might have been unbearable for Hall County residents, but it was just peachy keen for Jaemor Farms.
JEKYLL ISLAND - The successful media career of the late Charles A. Smithgall Jr. was celebrated Thursday when he was inducted into the Georgia Newspaper Hall of Fame.
A Gainesville car accident victim was flown to a hospital with serious injuries Wednesday night, according to Georgia State Patrol officials.
BRASELTON - All the pieces are beginning to fall into place for the Braselton Community Improvement District.
A random, if not unusual, act of destruction has authorities and employees of a Cumming business stumped.
Pet food diverted to tornado-ravaged areas of the country is leaving the Humane Society of Northeast Georgia with a dwindling supply.
Oakwood City Manager Stan Brown plans to take the same approach with filling the assistant city manager post that he has in plugging another key vacancy - city planner.
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With chants of "Kids are our future, let them live," some 35 people marched on Gainesville streets Sunday afternoon to protest violence that's rocking ...
The recent opposition from homeowners over Mincey Marble's plans to construct a new facility on Browns Bridge Road adjacent to its current operations might ...
With Lake Lanier 8 feet below full pool and falling, Val Perry has a message for Lake Lanier Association members: Move your dock.
The data-driven nature of modern policing is a far cry from what Gainesville Police Chief Carol Martin and Sgt. Kevin Holbrook when coming up the ...
Joining a list of new, women's clothing boutiques in Gainesville is Wool and Flax, offering something a little different from the others.
Proposed development in one of Hall County's hottest areas for growth has scratched at old wounds over sewer between Lula and Hall County.
Imagine reading "The Tell-Tale Heart" by Edgar Allen Poe and actually hearing the thumping of the heart under the floor, thanks to virtual reality.
Voters will have their say on Election Day about a little political posturing and a long simmering difference of opinion between Hall County and Gainesville ...
For some children, a trip to grandmother's is not picturesque.
Who's on the ballot
Surely the Lorax would have been proud to see the Elachee Nature Center on Saturday, and how its trees were carefully climbed, lovingly observed and ...
Fall has come to North Georgia, and with it cooler temperatures and changing leaves, but some remnants of summer still remain.
A Cornelia woman was convicted by a jury Thursday on charges stemming from a deadly motorcycle wreck in October 2014.
ATLANTA (AP) - Johnny Isakson, the front-runner in Georgia's U.S. Senate race, maintained support for his party's presidential nominee Donald Trump on Friday ...
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