They held signs, waved American and Israeli flags and even beckoned the Bible, all in support of Israel.
CLARKESVILLE - Hall County swapped out projects Wednesday night at a meeting to discuss the regional list for next year's transportation sales tax vote.
Hall County sheriff's deputies recovered 22 pieces of jewelry worth $400,000 Friday after the arrest of a Clermont woman in connection to a burglary.
Cuts Tuesday morning to a fiber optic cable between Clermont and Cleveland has caused a complete Internet outage at North Georgia College & State University in Dahlonega.
The 26-member Georgia Mountains regional transportation roundtable is set to begin work this evening on preparing a final projects list to go before voters next year.
Ndebele, yams and hippopotamus are just a few words now in the vocabulary of McEver Arts Academy first-graders.
A cool, crisp breeze is in the air as North Georgia inches toward fall, and local residents are enjoying the change.
A year ago Janis Sulicz was financially stable, working as a dental hygienist. But like so many other people, she was laid-off as a result of the economic downturn.
Rene Shoffett recently moved into a new east Gainesville subdivision and is used to the occasional echo of a hammer or rumble from a bulldozer, but the shake of an earthquake is another story.
An upcoming episode of NBC's "Dateline" will profile accused serial killer Gary Michael Hilton who admitted killing a young Buford woman in the Dawson Forest Wildlife Management Area in January 2008.
Craig Lutz is asking a judge to decide whether a group trying to have him removed from Hall County's Board of Commissioners has sufficient grounds to do so.
Although some women find the time in between family responsibilities and work duties to squeeze in a day of pampering, not all women are so lucky.
Adjusting precincts for Hall County Schools Board of Education is as easy as one, two, three.
Hurricane Irene may bring no relief to rain-thirsty North Georgia.
A one-vehicle wreck Sunday night in White County killed a passenger and sent the driver to an Atlanta hospital.
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Five years from now, Dalila Gonon, a fifth-grader at Lyman Hall Elementary School wants to own a car and a smartphone.
About 20 months ago, Amy, her husband and two children moved to Gainesville from South Georgia, looking for a fresh start. The company she worked ...
Glenn Hamilton of North Hall would like residents "to look at the big picture" when considering his proposed inert landfill in Buford.
Ten performers were in the lineup for Saturday's Sets at Sunset Music Festival, an all-day house, techno and trance festival held at the Lake ...
Historic Gainesville was awash with pedestrians on the sidewalks and lounging in the shade of Victorian homes Saturday as part of the Gainesville Ramble, an ...
If you love chicken, Gainesville is the place to be, particularly for Saturday's annual Spring Chicken Festival.
Casey Cagle is launching his campaign for governor with ambitious promises: A $100 million tax cut in his first 100 days and 500,000 jobs ...
On-campus student housing, two new parking decks and the conversion of a main campus road into a pedestrian walkway are among the needs identified for ...
Almost six years after investing more than $160 million to build a manufacturing facility in Oakwood, King's Hawaiian Bakery East is recognized as one ...
After a 14-year run, Art is the Square is taking a break - at least for 2017.
GREENVILLE, S.C.- A Johnson High School graduate is one of three Furman University students selected for the Hispanic Alliance-Furman University Fellowship for the 2017-18 ...
Linwood Nature Preserve Ecology Center opened Friday after years of planning and planting with birds chirping and the sun shining.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will start Monday issuing more secure green cards and employment authorization documents to prevent fraud.
ATLANTA - An FBI agent was shot and injured in Atlanta on Friday in an altercation with the suspect in the shooting of a Banks County ...
Alumni and the community will come together to celebrate more than six decades of history Sunday afternoon during the Enota Heritage Celebration.
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