Hiring managers study a resume for an average of five to 10 seconds before deciding to toss or keep the candidate.
The accolades keep pouring in for Flowery Branch High School senior Jake S. Jacob.
The city of Oakwood doesn't plan on rushing to replace retiring planner Larry Sparks.
Work was just that to Bill Dupree - no goofing off or time for idle chitchat.
A record number of ducks meant more money for a good cause.
The American Legion is leading an effort to hold a Sept. 23-25 event to help area homeless veterans with needed services.
When Josh Fitzpatrick is on-call, he doesn't expect to be saving any lives.
When a class of Brenau University students graduated at the Georgia Mountains Center last year, four men lifted a classmate in her wheelchair onto the stage to accept her diploma.
With a gentle breeze blowing and the sun shining brightly, it seemed as if even the heavens were happy to see the May Day celebration continue Saturday at Fair Street International Baccalaureate World School.
Kenny Stewart and his mother, Ana Miles, say they are blessed to have such a large family.
Forget the ages-old riddle "Who's buried in Grant's Tomb?" for a moment.
She can still remember the magazine's glossy pages, the images of small children in need of a family.
The number of building permits in Gainesville is on the rise, a good sign for the economy, city officials noted recently.
Christy Kunkel knows her daughter's life has purpose.
It's time to stick up for those who can't afford a lawyer, a Gainesville attorney told fellow judicial system colleagues at Friday's Law Day 2011 luncheon.
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Both attorneys pleaded their cases Thursday to the jury regarding Jamieson Leland Allen, a Gainesville man accused of pretending to be a doctor before making ...
The Piedmont College cycling team has some new wheels - of the motor-powered kind.
A man and a baby escaped a burning home uninjured Thursday afternoon in unincorporated Buford.
Among roomfuls of donated items at the Gainesville Civic Center lie the remaining pieces of Felicia Burns' estate.
Gainesville High School is turning 125 years old, but at nearly 82, the school's band is hardly a spring chicken.
New families seeking subsidies through the state Childcare and Parent Services program will have to meet additional requirements starting Saturday.
Dawson County's new Panera Bread is expected to open next month.
Gainesville Police plan to clear a homeless encampment located under the Queen City Bridge beginning Monday after a request from the Georgia Department of Transportation ...
About a third of residents at Church Street Manor, a subsidized affordable housing complex in Gainesville, were evacuated once again Wednesday night after reports of ...
The body of a white man in his 60s has been recovered from Lake Lanier at Gainesville Marina off Dawsonville Highway, according to the Hall ...
The 10th annual HealthSmart Expo, sponsored by the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce, will emphasize getting up, moving, walking and running, Kit Dunlap, president of ...
Georgia State Patrol has released more details on the incident involving injuries to a Chestatee High School track and cross country coach.
A 21-year-old man testified Wednesday that he was approached about moving furniture and asked questions for a medical survey before unwanted sexual advances.
The U.S. Forest Service is hosting a series of community conversations, including meetings in Gainesville, Buford and Dahlonega, to address conservation challenges in the ...
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