Officials at the Rite Aid Pharmacy damaged in a fire Thursday are still assessing damage and considering their next move.
What if you only had to mow the lawn once a year?
A United Way of Hall County campaign video soon will come full circle.
With just days before the election, a former Republican gubernatorial candidate filed an ethics complaint against Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle, saying he had an affair with a staffer and paid her money to keep it a secret.
Friday evening, a Ninja Turtle, Batman and a pirate rode a train around the downtown square and not one person was shocked by the sight.
Gateway Domestic Violence Center administrators have found a way to turn second-hand goods into fresh starts for some abuse victims.
A new burger restaurant may come to Thompson Bridge Road, but Green Street Circle residents are fighting it.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners decided to postpone a vote on the sale of the old county jail until new commissioners come on board in January.
A three-vehicle accident at Dorsey Street and Pearl Nix Parkway on Thursday morning left more than 80 gallons of diesel fuel leaking across the roads.
FLOWERY BRANCH - Short-term fixes on busy Spout Springs Road in South Hall are nearly complete.
Authorities believe an electrical short started a Thursday morning fire that caused at least $100,000 in damage to the Rite Aid Pharmacy on South Enota Drive in Gainesville.
Gainesville's public utilities officials told council members about a new way to fix sewer problems, and the City Council plans to move forward with a $104,000 investment.
United Way of Hall County invested $25,000 in the Hall County community through the J. Cleon Nalley Educational Enhancement Fund.
A former North Hall High School band director, who resigned in the spring following allegations of an improper relationship with a student, recently surrendered his teaching certificate.
Hall County's landfill and compactor sites will go smoke-free Monday, banning tobacco use for all staff, employees, visitors and customers.
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A program common in Germany, where IMS Gear is headquartered, will soon have an American version in Gainesville.
There's an advantage to being an elected or appointed official in Hall County when it comes to budgeting for a new fiscal year: a ...
Fans of tater tots, burgers and slushies available by drive-in will soon have reason to celebrate.
With cars flowing through and around its new roundabout, Flowery Branch is now looking at improving one of the streets that shoots off the traffic ...
Area authorities are searching for a hit-and-run driver in the death of a pedestrian on Interstate 85 in Jackson County.
A public hearing on Flowery Branch's 2016-17 budget, which calls for a tax rate rollback, is set for 6 p.m. Thursday at City ...
Two Hall County Odyssey of the Mind teams placed third in World Finals of the creative problem-solving competition.
The last suspect in a 2010 beating death at the East Ridge mobile home park has been captured and brought back to Hall County, according ...
If all goes as hoped, Oakwood could start widening a section of Old Oakwood Road to three lanes in July.
The Gainesville Water Resources Department is holding an open house tour at the Linwood Wastewater Treatment Plant at 11 a.m. Friday.
A group of preschoolers gather around Michael Arteaga, eager to practice the alphabet in Spanish and in English.
The Memorial Day weekend saw eight people ticketed for boating under the influence on Lake Lanier, according to Georgia Department of Natural Resources figures released ...
A 56-year-old woman has been airlifted to Grady Memorial Hospital with second-degree and third-degree burns to 30 percent of her body following a house fire ...
The woman found dead Saturday in Lake Lanier has been identified as Lizeth Ruby Ruiz, who went missing May 18 at Lanier Point Park.
A lawsuit involving a woman's amputated leg and the alleged harm she suffered after it was discarded has been settled.
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