DAHLONEGA - A Wichita, Kan., serial killer's love of attention and notoriety became the single biggest factor in his capture, a detective in the case said Tuesday.
GAINESVILLE - Elementary school students often get their first exposure to an array of careers through adults visiting their class from the work place.
Brian Burdette, the State Board of Education member representing the 10th Congressional District, plans to hold a public hearing on education issues from 7-8 p.m. March 27 at Jackson County Comprehensive High School. Those wishing to speak at the meeting are asked to sign in when they arrive.
GAINESVILLE - Johnson High School has set Johnson Pride Day for April 19.
According to the Kiwanis International Web site, Kiwanis clubs are meant to be global organizations of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time.
OAKWOOD - For people like Steven Girardeau, the Gainesville State College Spring Job Fair is a great place to find a new job.
Since its inception, the Tour de Georgia has grown, becoming one of the nation's premier bicycle races.
The outside lanes of U.S. 129 will be closed weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. starting at Ridge Road to Athens Street for removal of the curb and gutter.
Gov. Sonny Perdue recognized 911 professionals and 13 young 911 heroes from across the state Tuesday during "911 Day in Georgia."
Can laughter and playfulness improve your health? Dr. Dale Anderson thinks so, and there's research to back him up.
GAINESVILLE - Elementary school students often get their first exposure to an array of careers through adults visiting their class from the workplace. The Hall County school system plans to introduce a program, 21st Century Awareness Exploration Connections, next school year to intensify that effort at early grades through other initiatives, including career days, field trips and skits. The school system is looking at holding day camps ...
Terry Stone got a sick feeling in her stomach when she dialed a phone number for Bonnie Turner, and no one, not even a machine, answered.
GAINESVILLE - Graduation tests are under way this week in the Gainesville and Hall County school systems.
The storms that struck the Gainesville area on Saturday wreaked havoc by dumping hail on the lots of a number of the area's new car dealers.
As the fifth anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq approaches, three Iraq war veterans spoke at Gainesville State College Monday and pondered whether an exit strategy is possible.
Unattended cooking appears to be the cause of a fire that damaged a McEver Road home on Wednesday, authorities said.
Demand is driving new residential housing construction in Hall County, but it will take a few more years to reach prerecession levels.
A Gainesville native has made it to the big time in her vocal performance career.
A Gillsville man was hospitalized for evaluation Wednesday after a tree limb fell on him in his front yard - but not before he pushed his niece out of harm's way, relatives and friends said.
Hall County is planning to build a new left-turn lane on traffic-heavy Ga. 13/Atlanta Highway at Memorial Park Drive.
Meal dates and times have changed for the Summer Food Service Program being hosted by the University of North Georgia.
A Gainesville man accused of murder was formally indicted by a Hall County jury on Tuesday.
"I can close my eyes and see a better day. Thank you," read a child's words written on a pillowcase. "Thank you for our freedom," read another.
A study released Tuesday shows that preparation for teaching jobs is lacking across the country, including in Georgia.
Residents of Hall County with housing problems can get help at the Community Housing Festival on Saturday.
Renovations of Wessell Park, including replacing existing tennis and basketball courts with new ones and building landscaping walls to prevent erosion, began Tuesday.
Gainesville City Schools Superintendent Merrianne Dyer will travel to Washington, D.C., next week, sharing information about collaborative educational methods that the system has implemented.
A confrontation at a Sunday soccer game that left one man dead and another in custody has shocked area players, coaches and fans, a local coach said.
Michelle Masters, a teacher at New Holland Knowledge Academy with the Gainesville City Schools, was named by Gov. Nathan Deal to the 2013 Master Teacher list.
A horse was stuck in an apparent sinkhole last week on the 1300 block of Hugh Stowers Road.