A woman in charge of collecting traffic fines for the Hall County Clerk of Courts Office was fired after nearly $11,000 was discovered missing from her department, a county official said Friday.
No one was injured Friday night when a fire broke out in Harmony Hall Church in East Hall County.
Hall County officials revealed a new budget proposal late Friday that seeks to restore employee retirement benefits as well as much of the previously-cut funding for the county's parks and emergency services.
A wreck Thursday morning killed a Gainesville woman at the intersection of Hog Mountain Road and Capitola Farm Road in South Hall County.
Flowery Branch City Council voted Thursday night to censure Councilwoman Tara Richards for not fully complying with an open records request concerning a sewer-plant issue.
Gainesville officials may once again look into the possibility of taking over the maintenance of the Lake Lanier Olympic venue.
Longtime administrator Carol H. Burrell was named president and CEO of the Northeast Georgia Health System today.
Officials won't say how soon they plan to wrap-up an investigation into missing money at the Hall County Clerk of Courts office.
For three summers, the Elsie Conde Camp has provided special-needs children the opportunity to play team sports in a safe atmosphere, free of charge.
Flowery Branch City Council voted Thursday night to approve its fiscal 2012 budget, which takes effect July 1, rejecting a proposal to increase the salary for the Municipal Court judge and solicitor.
An increased number of Chattahoochee River rescues has prompted the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to issue a warning about Buford Dam water releases.
A customer at Lula Corner Cafe received a frightening wake-up Thursday afternoon as an elderly man drove a vehicle through the window where she was sleeping.
Work on the City View Center Pedestrian Bridge will cause night closures on Jesse Jewell Parkway in the next week.
A Gainesville 15-year-old has been charged in a string of burglaries Monday night, according to a Wednesday news release.
An electrocardiogram of Gainesville's economy is showing signs of a stabilizing heartbeat.
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