The new year will usher in a new function of Gainesville government as the city takes on its own tourism marketing and control of downtown revival.
Frank Hooper has lived with the Gainesville Police Department his whole life.
As most children are tinkering with their new Christmas toys, some children in Hall County still are hoping for a home.
JEFFERSON - Hoschton will be getting a new gas station and its newest park will have a lighted walking trail and playing fields now that the county commission has given its OK to both.
The Junior ROTC program at local high schools can provide students with much more than discipline and focus. It can also lead to big college scholarships.
For most, Christmas is a chance to take time off work and relax with friends and family.
Sara Totonchi has grown accustomed to fighting for the underdog.
Children spending Christmas in the hospital got a little more holiday cheer this year.
ATLANTA - The two men sentenced to prison earlier this month for aiding terror groups by sending video of U.S. landmarks abroad have filed a notice to appeal.
JEFFERSON - It may be a few years off, but Jefferson Middle School students Emily Kerr and Ross Bishoff are really looking forward to high school.
It was a wet Christmas, not a white one, that greeted Northeast Georgians on Friday after a stormy Christmas Eve night.
JEFFERSON - Y Z Sailors Road in Jefferson can be a lot of things, but a planned neighborhood isn't one of them.
Both Georgia's Republican senators have promised to continue to fight Democrat-led health care reform after the U.S. Senate voted Thursday morning to approve its health care bill.
Beth Propes Suggs asked for something a bit unusual from her family this Christmas: a church in Africa.
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The billowing clouds of yellow have all but vanished.
A plastic bag in a mailbox might usually be a cause for concern, Phyllis Mote acknowledged. But this week it comes with an information card and is an indicator of an opportunity to help others.
Qualifying closed Wednesday for a June 16 special election to replace late Lula City Councilwoman Vicky Chambers.
For stepping up in another person's time of need, two Hall County firefighters were awarded at a breakfast organized by the American Red Cross.
Gov. Nathan Deal has signed a watered-down bill allowing craft breweries to let customers take home as much as 72 ounces of beer, or the equivalent of a six-pack, but only as a "souvenir."
A month after what many called an unfortunate choice of stock image made the cover of a University of North Georgia catalog, plans are forming to improve diversity issues on all the university's campuses.
Six years after a company-wide downsizing, The Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co. is hiring 150 new employees in Flowery Branch.
Hall County Sheriff Gerald Couch and two former deputies reached a settlement almost two years since the deputies' terminations.
A body was found Tuesday evening in the woods in North Hall County, according to the Hall County Sheriff's Office.
Clermont Town Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to deny a businessman's request to deannex from the North Hall town.
Gainesville High School will open its ninth grade center to students in the fall, and the older campus it's moving to will get a new look with it.
A transportation citizens advisory group is recommending that parking be added to each end of a segment of the Central Hall Multi-Use Trail now under construction.
Multiple options are available locally for those wishing to mark the 64th annual National Day of Prayer with other people of faith.
Gov. Nathan Deal signed Senate Bill 138 into law Tuesday, a significant step for many child welfare advocates in helping children in the foster care system.
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