The legal battle over "The Red Hat Club" isn't quite over.
JEFFERSON - If you have some loose change in the cup holder of your car, you may be days away from buying your next favorite book.
The CEO of a planned motorsports park in Dawsonville says a promotion offering free half days at the track for people who bring in a "Super Speeder" ticket is not encouraging folks to speed.
Phil Markert doesn't mind the proposal to change the name of Holiday and Friendship roads to Lanier Islands Parkway, despite the sign in front of his business taking a direct hit.
A Gainesville woman was charged with burglary Monday night after neighbors reported suspicious activity on Mountain View Drive in Gainesville.
Macita and Yamatha St. Germain want to show people what Haiti was like before the Jan. 12 earthquake that laid the island nation to ruin.
It's not great news, but it's better than they expected.
Hall County's high school students will soon move to a seven-period school schedule.
Longtime Hall County tax assessor Terrell Gaines announced he is retiring.
Both lanes of Ga. 255 just north of Ga. 17 in Sautee will be closed Tuesday for emergency repair work.
JEFFERSON - The Jefferson City Council has approved one rezoning request, while postponing another request for the second time.
Georgia's water wars will be the subject of an upcoming lecture series at Georgia State University in Atlanta.
In 2001, after about 150 Sudanese refugees immigrated to her hometown of Jacksonville, Fla., Joan Hecht took several of the orphans under her wing.
When it comes to Internet safety, many parents occasionally turn a cautious eye to their child's computer and think that's enough - wrong.
The coffee shop in the Spout Springs library is off to a fresh new start.
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Sparked by a child's bicycle injury, members of Hall County Fire Services and Safe Kids Gainesville Hall County are partnering to give helmets to ...
While big box stores across the nation absorbed volumes of rabid shoppers for Black Friday, the Gainesville square saw a high number of shoppers all ...
What makes a hero?
Just 123 ballots were cast during early voting for Gainesville's Ward 3 City Council runoff on Dec. 1.
A Gainesville attorney claims his client, a legal, permanent U.S. resident, faced an immigration hold for months in the Hall County Jail.
Hundreds of holiday revelers turned for the Christmas in Clermont parade on Saturday as nearly 25 cars and floats made their way to the downtown ...
Like father, like son.
For Lynn Thornton and her family, cutting down a Christmas tree after Thanksgiving has become a welcome tradition.
Dekia Boone doesn't go out much anymore.
Hall County deputies are looking for a suspect who robbed a Gainesville business Saturday night.
Mary Woody is a 74-year-old great-grandmother of four. She lives a happy life in Murrayville and wants for nothing.
It's that time of year again.
Standing in long lines, shoppers were primed to jump on the Black Friday deals at stores across Gainesville.
A food processing manufacturer in Jefferson has placed one of the largest solar panel systems in North Georgia on its roof.
Hostile calls coming from the Internal Revenue Service are likely a scam that has resurfaced again in Hall County, according to authorities.
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