Betty Fain was known for her country store, now a downtown Helen institution, but she was remembered for being a caregiver.
New Holland Baptist Church has on its property a couple of memorials to the late Henry Grady Jarrard, including a Hammond organ dedicated in his memory in October 1973, after his passing.
Hall County sheriff's investigators are asking for help to solve a murder mystery that happened more than 30 years ago.
Another holiday season is in the books, this one was marred by a fatal South Hall wreck and a soggy New Year's Day.
Gainesville's trash pickup changes start today, and officials want to help the transition run smoothly.
Hall County commissioners will start off the new year with a bang Thursday, taking a likely vote to move the North Hall library from Nopone Road to the town of Clermont.
The library is for more than books and quiet reading.
Community service projects are scheduled to begin across the state Saturday as the lead-off to Gov.-elect Nathan Deal's swearing-in ceremony Jan. 10.
As a road paver for the Hall County government, Jerry Neace said he is familiar with regional transportation issues.
They may sleep in hotels, shelters or on the sofas of friends or relatives.
The start of 2011 will usher in several new state laws.
Debbie Overholt calls herself "the mall doctor."
A cool, rainy day in January is not the ideal time to take a dive into Lake Lanier, you would think.
Salvador Zuniga wasn't thinking about the time when he and his wife drove to the hospital around 9:30 p.m. Friday.
They'd just eaten a late pizza dinner and planned to suffer through Maria Louisa Zuniga's initial labor contractions at home as long as possible.
More than an inch of rain fell in the Gainesville area Saturday as the vertical line of storms stretching throughout the U.S. cut its way to the East Coast.
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School supplies and backpacks will be a focus for families in the next two weeks as a new school year is about to start.
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The future of the Gainesville city school superintendent is unknown and her evaluation has been delayed beyond the board's self-set standard.
With a situation developing in seconds, the decision by law enforcement officers to pursue a fleeing vehicle involves a quick assessment of the variables on ...
It's a meeting Jentezen Franklin describes colorfully, but the person at the center of his story - newly minted GOP presidential contender Donald Trump - is ...
North Georgia's wine country is where dozens of vineyards grow their own grapes and produce and sell their own wines.
Mundy Mill Dental is going through some changes.
Charlotte Atkins, publisher of The Times media group, will be leaving Gainesville to take on a new position within Morris Multimedia. She has been named ...
Few pieces of modern architecture are as steeped in antiquity as the bridge. Throughout history, humans have built bridges with the determination that no physical ...
A Gainesville financial firm is holding an informational seminar Tuesday for senior citizens and safeguarding against identity theft.
The good news for local workers is that 88 percent of companies surveyed for an annual report say they intend to give wage and benefit ...
A judge ruled Thursday that a shooting victim's last words were admissible and not grounds for a new trial, according to court documents.
The Georgia Department of Transportation plans to install a full stop at a key intersection north of Dahlonega, the department stated in a news release.
No new trial will be scheduled for a man sentenced to life in prison for a 2014 Gainesville murder and assaults at a homeless camp.
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