Lanier Technical College administrators got the opportunity Monday to showcase the school and its offerings as part of the annual World Food Logistics Institute.
Moments before a fatal head-on collision Sunday night, the erratic driving of one of the two vehicles involved in the wreck was reported to authorities.
The Gainesville Board of Education doubled the number of teacher furlough days to six this school year at a Monday work session. Schools closed Jan. 8 and will be closed Feb. 15 and April 2.
HOSCHTON - Though she wasn't alive to witness the beginning of NASA's space shuttle program, Katie Darby, 21, will watch the beginning of the program's final countdown this Sunday.
The Newtown Florist Club will hold a communitywide meeting today to share some of the group's work and plans for future neighborhood improvement projects.
Gainesville City Council will meet today to discuss its goals and priorities for the upcoming budget year.
Elementary students are proving that even though they may still be learning how to multiply, they can still make an impact in the world.
A little after noon Sunday, Akbar Dhannani hadn't sold any Powerball tickets at his store, J&S Food Mart, off Thompson Bridge Road.
FLOWERY BRANCH - The Lake Lanier Sailing Club's master site plan could launch this year, at least partially, after enduring some choppy waters in recent years.
Ice dripped from trees as sunshine streamed across the Hall County area Sunday, accompanied by warmer temperatures.
A coroner's inquest will be held in the strangulation death of a Lumpkin County man on Georgia's death row that some believe was a murder.
Old Man Winter's bluster failed to live up to the dire forecasts Saturday, to the relief of emergency officials and disappointment of children.
If you've made a charitable donation to help with the Haiti earthquake relief efforts, but thought you'd have to wait until next year to claim it on your taxes, you may be in for a pleasant surprise.
The pay isn't nearly as good as in his old career, but the stress is less and the satisfaction greater.
More federal stimulus money is coming to Gainesville, and again, it's going to the Gainesville Police Department.
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Sandy Phelps has a tradition all her own this holiday season, and it was on full display at Park Avenue Thrift in Gainesville this week.
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It was a day of giving, of service and of fellowship.
In and around stores, law enforcement will have a heavier presence ahead of the Black Friday shopping weekend.
Safe Kids Gainesville/Hall County and Hall County Fire Services are sponsoring a bike helmet giveaway for children ages 5-10 from 5-7 p.m. Monday ...
Lakewood Baptist Church has plans to open a 5,000-square-foot coffee shop and deli at the corner of Washington and Green streets in downtown Gainesville.
Brenda Vargas is thankful today that two of her children who attend Fair Street Elementary in Gainesville receive free lunches every school day.
In light of recent reports of scammers impersonating Georgia Power employees in person and over the phone, the company is reminding customers to be cautious ...
A Gainesville man with a handgun allegedly shouted vulgarities at an Antioch Campground Road homeowner, according to authorities.
About 2,600 gallons of sludge was mistakenly pumped into Flat Creek in a wastewater spill Tuesday night, Gainesville Department of Water Resources officials estimated.
Bring your boots and gloves because Mother Nature has played dirty with the homeless camp beneath the Queen City Bridge in Gainesville.
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Two overnight fires kept Hall County Fire Services crews busy, but there were no injuries in either, spokesman Capt. Zachary Brackett reported.
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