Talking with your teenage daughter about dating and body image isn't always an easy conversation.
Teachers used to rely on phone calls, emails and letters sent home in folders to communicate with parents and guardians.
A historic military vehicle will be in town today to raise awareness to needs for today's Americans in uniform.
Voters may have more time to weigh whether they support or oppose a 1 percent sales tax for transportation, as Georgia legislators mull moving the statewide referendum to November 2012 from July.
Gainesville knows far too well the nature of destructive tornadoes.
Gainesville City Schools Superintendent Merrianne Dyer thought Georgia House Bill 87 would mean a decrease in Hispanic enrollment. She thought fewer families would come to Gainesville from outside of the country.
For the last five years, the United Methodist Children's Home of the North Georgia Conference has been quietly providing services and care to local children and families in need.
A judge has denied a request to suppress evidence in the case of a man accused of attempting to shoot a Forsyth County Sheriff's deputy with a stolen shotgun last fall.
Parents spend their lives protecting their children, but in the blink of an eye, their worst nightmare can become reality.
One person was killed in a vehicle accident Friday afternoon on Interstate 985 that temporarily shut down both northbound lanes, authorities said.
Gainesville police have arrested a 21-year-old Gainesville man in connection to two armed robberies Thursday at The Retreat at McEver Apartments.
If all goes as planned, Lula could have Rafe Banks Park ready for visitors as early as Thursday, city officials said.
Using less water isn't just good for the environment; it's good for your wallet.
In two unrelated incidents on consecutive days, agents from the Multi Agency Narcotics Squad arrested four suspects on charges related to selling methamphetamine.
Lakeview Academy begins class Monday, giving students two extra weeks of summer this year, much to the delight of faculty and parents.
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When Isabelle Charters Embry dons her cap and gown to receive her diploma with the rest of the graduating class of 2017 at Gainesville High ...
For young Jeremiah Nash, the waiting continues.
In the two years since her son's fatal overdose, Lisa Hicks said she has not stopped fighting to strengthen laws on the drug that ...
Arturo Adame held his homemade sign up high Saturday evening alone on the side of Jesse Jewell Parkway.
Everything in the name of rescuing animals.
DAHLONEGA - Emotions are still running hot in this Lumpkin County town after a controversial pro-Ku Klux Klan banner was hung from a building off of ...
Three organizations that do their part to enhance quality of life for local residents and visitors alike presented the Gainesville City Council this week separate ...
When General Beauregard Lee exited his stately white-columned manor on the grounds of the Yellow River Game Ranchon Groundhog Day morning he signaled to the ...
A Gainesville man must serve 25 years of a life sentence after being convicted of molesting a girl continuously for three years, according to officials.
A Gainesville man accused of stabbing his older brother was acquitted on a more serious charge by a jury Friday.
It took three pairs of hands to hopefully encourage kids to relax.
A Magistrate Court judge dismissed the sexual assault case against two co-defendants at a committal hearing Friday in Hall County.
DAHLONEGA - A sign removed from a Dahlonega building featuring Ku Klux Klan imagery could make a return.
ATLANTA - Georgia teachers and other state employees would get a 2 percent salary increase while staff overseeing child welfare cases will see a 19 percent ...
The Army Corps of Engineers has announced its 2017 schedule for day-use parks and campgrounds.
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