War bride finds her soldier just in time
Gainesville-Hall County had its share of news the week of Aug. 16, 1945, when the now-defunct Gainesville News published its weekly edition.
Although Grady Faulkner jokes that his memory is failing, he still remembers every detail of the day he was wounded in Okinawa, Japan.
The radio news report on Dec. 7, 1941, motivated James R. Parsons into the military.
James Joy remembers the ship, an oil tanker that helped refuel dozens of craft across both the Atlantic and Pacific theaters of World War II.
Marion Trimmer remembers how nice the Japanese people were when he served in the Navy during and after World War II.
BUFORD - Clyne Veal survived months in the Atlantic Theater aboard the Navy destroyer USS Emmons, including the D-Day invasion at Normandy.
As the mother of a teenage son, Barbara Allen randomly searches his room for illegal drugs.
The basis of Georgia's statewide sex offender registry is an antiquated and inflexible system which contains incomplete, inaccurate and outdated information on sex offenders, according to a recent audit.
College majors are now more skills-oriented and hands-on than ever.
Cody Halvorson may only be 23 years old, but he has been through more than most men his age.
Invasion of Japan turns to occupation
A formidable sight, with its length that of three football fields and imposing guns aimed at the sky, the USS Missouri sits anchored today as a memorial in Pearl Harbor.
Church bells rang out, fire engines rang their sirens and - as we know from the famous picture - a seaman and a nurse locked lips in New York City's Times Square.
Around Lake Lanier, many people spend their summers lounging by the water or taking a breezy ride on a boat to cool down, though many don't know how to swim.
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Nearly two dozen second-graders stand with one foot in front of the other, their hands balled into fists as they scream as loud as they ...
A Gainesville man faces 10 additional second-degree burglary charges after an initial arrest last month, according to authorities.
The University of North Georgia Foundation has received the John W. Nason Award for board service from the Association of Governing Board of Universities and ...
There are a few ways to mark the first day of Lent.
Frosty weather delayed the Georgia Department of Transportation in replacing message boards on Interstate 985 Tuesday.
A Gainesville woman charged with drug trafficking remained in the Barrow County Detention Center on Tuesday.
A jury came back Tuesday after two hours of deliberation and two days of evidence to declare Jacob Chance Scarborough not guilty of felony murder ...
One person was transported to Northeast Georgia Medical Center in Gainesville for smoke inhalation after a fire Tuesday evening.
Lakeview Academy won the championship at the Regional Education Service Agencies state Academic Bowl on Saturday - without a team practice.
The Georgia House has delayed voting on a bill that would prevent state-funded high schools from joining athletic associations that don't allow athletes to ...
Work to completely overhaul a portion of McEver Road in Flowery Branch has been delayed due to winter weather in the area.
A Gainesville architect and historic preservationist and a former Hall County commissioner and avid community servant got top honors at the Rotary Club of Gainesville ...
Multiple law enforcement agencies spent Tuesday tracking a suspect with outstanding warrants of kidnapping and child cruelty.
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