Trade tensions with China and threats of tariffs on U.S. poultry imports into China threaten consequences for the state's poultry industry.
A downtown clothing store celebrates decades in business this year by continuing its family tradition of customer service.
Two Hall County schools are among five schools statewide being recognized today for excellence in international education.
JEFFERSON - In June, when the state Environmental Protection Division lifted the two-year outdoor watering ban, most Georgia residents rejoiced.
Hall County is hoping to work with Gainesville officials to build a water treatment plant to serve the Glades and Cedar Creek reservoirs.
This year, Shore Sweep volunteers won't have to stray as far off Lake Lanier's shoreline to pick up trash and other debris.
ATLANTA - Georgia officials have filed a formal notice indicating they will appeal a federal ruling that could restrict Atlanta from its main water supply.
A drainage pipe under Ga. 13/Atlanta Highway at Hilton Drive in Gainesville collapsed Wednesday, likely brought on by rainy weather this week.
HOSCHTON - Hoschton has escaped another year without having to enact costly methods on residents to help deal with the city's increasing debt.
Tucked away in Jackson County between Jefferson and Maysville lies Hurricane Shoals Park.
FLOWERY BRANCH - A two-story shopping center, a rare sight in Hall County, is planned off heavily traveled McEver and Lights Ferry roads in South Hall.
It only took three weeks into the 2009 high school football season for the rest of the state to realize that the Gainesville Red Elephants are the best team in Class AAA.
A gray, rainy Tuesday seemed like a good day for a hot, steaming bowl of soup.
WomenSource will celebrate its first birthday with the Power of the Purse Fundraiser on Thursday.
The lawyer for a former Gainesville Police Department dog handler believes his client will soon be cleared of wrongdoing in a controversy involving the training of a dog that was later euthanized.
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Editor's note: The following are veterans who responded to calls for information about World War II.
Ray and Ellie Williams are celebrating 70 years in both love and war.
Two years ago, as she sat in a bed at Emory University Hospital recovering from a bone marrow transplant, Kelsey Bishop picked up her smartphone.
Bill Vance was anxious to join the action.
When Liz Coates saw the plight of foster care in Hall County, she said she knew the congregation at First Baptist Church in Gainesville needed ...
Ten local celebrities partnered with professional dancers and competed in the Dancing for a Cause fundraiser Saturday night at the Chattahoochee Country Club.
What's the secret to good barbecue?
"Things that a lot of people dread, like a sink full of dishes, or raking leaves or sweeping up the porch, those are things that ...
Hundreds of women showed up Saturday at the Brenau Downtown Center, where they visited with health advocates, got massages, learned about local businesses and shopped ...
Think of today's inaugural North Georgia Women's Expo as "a very purposeful girls' day out," says event emcee Valerie Simmons-Walston.
The Hall County Sheriff's Office is training its officers to administer a medication that reverse the effects of opiate drug overdoses.
One of the key necessities for a school to function is sufficient classroom space.
The Affordable Care Act has reduced the number of uninsured Americans, but it's come with a price tag that Hall County government is helping ...
Lake Lanier Islands is increasing its gate fees from $10 to $15 effective Oct. 1.
Here's a few things we heard this week that we thought you might find interesting.
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