Dozens of Gainesville parents, children and educators ditched buses, cars and other vehicles Wednesday and took to the streets.
Fall has set in very rapidly and with it comes lower temperatures that have caused some area agencies to see an increase of people needing their services to battle the cold.
The Upper Chattachoochee Riverkeeper has requested a number of documents about the proposed Glades Reservoir as it mounts its objection to the project.
Local businesses could receive preference when it comes to bidding on small projects, Gainesville City Council voted Tuesday.
Nine states, including Georgia, have banned text messaging while driving. But that doesn't stop some drivers from taking the risk.
An Oakwood man pleaded not guilty to charges of sexual abuse of children at his first court appearance Tuesday morning in Teton County, Mont., District Court, The Fairfield, Mont., Sun Times reported.
Jacobs Media Corp. is expanding its news and talk radio onto the FM radio dial and is shaking up its AM lineup, too.
Work has started to turn the old South Hall Community Center into a student ministry center for Blackshear Place Baptist Church.
Flowery Branch is looking to buy about 7 acres of downtown property for a future city government complex and park area.
The pedestrian bridge from downtown to Midtown should be complete by August, and the Midtown greenway should be ready for walkers and joggers in less than two years, city officials said Tuesday morning.
As other teens her age rummage through their drawers to try on outfits, Alex Smith, 16, has been emptying hers and inspiring others to do the same.
Eight men cycled into River Forks Park on Keith Bridge Road in Gainesville on Monday afternoon, hoping to make a difference.
Georgia Power Co. asked the Public Service Commission to raise rates by nearly $11 at a public hearing Monday in Atlanta.
Gainesville City Schools officials are taking an early look at ways to resolve issues that hampered last May's graduation ceremony at Gainesville High School.
At the end of the month, anyone with debt to the city must pay up before serving on a board or committee.
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Savannah King ranks local BBQ restaurants with emojis in this week's episode of GO. Emojis provided for free by emojione.com.
Dozens gathered at the Fair Street Neighborhood Center on Wednesday night in Gainesville to honor the 100-year-old Dora Nowells, who has spent eight decades in ...
A man on the lam for six years pleaded guilty Wednesday to the 2010 murder of a man at an East Hall mobile home park.
A Gainesville man is accused of threatening people with an AK-47 rifle and kidnapping a baby, police said.
The brand-new, still-unopened labor and delivery unit at Northeast Georgia Medical Center Braselton was busy with activity Wednesday.
Three of Hall County's schools scored above the 2016 state and national averages on the ACT this year.
The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations for its Most Fit Company Awards, which will be presented Oct. 5 at the HealthSmart Breakfast ...
Whenever someone asks about plots in the City Cemetery, Oakwood City Clerk Tangee Puckett has to pull out a yellowed, torn and rumpled map.
A Superior Court judge denied the self-defense immunity motion filed by a Buford man accused of shooting another man in his leg and jaw.
A Gainesville man is charged with entering an apartment and pointing a gun at four people, police said.
Harold Kilgore wants options. That was his message to the Hall County Board of Health on Tuesday.
The Legacy Link Area Agency on Aging is hosting a free six-week class for people living with a chronic condition and those who care for ...
Former state Rep. Carl Rogers, R-Gainesville, is now the vice president of economic development at Lanier Technical College.
Mincey Marble has asked the Hall County Board of Commissioners to delay its rezoning request until its Oct. 13 meeting - a move that has angered ...
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