More than 1 million people are living with HIV in the United States, and one in five of those are unaware of their infection, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates.
An exhibit at Brenau University allows people to enter the world of gorilla researcher Dian Fossey, with items such as the typewriter Fossey used to write "Gorillas in the Mist."
A 19-year-old man was in stable condition late Monday after being shot in the abdomen at his South Hall home earlier in the day.
Gainesville will celebrate its 189th birthday today by opening - well, cutting - the ribbon on its new public safety complex.
A cold, nasty turn in the weather has many thinking of - and dreading - their upcoming heating bills. But for some, there is help.
Officials from the World Language Academy are looking to expand the school next year, which they say would involve little cost and few staff changes.
Hall County Fire Services is trying to determine the cause of a Sunday evening chimney fire that damaged a North Hall home.
The season of holiday giving can bring out the best in people, but also the worst, said Jackie Wallace, director of the United Way of Hall County.
Day after day, public safety officials put their own lives on the line to protect and serve the community at large.
The signs are down and the battle is over with the mortgage company.
With leaves falling off the trees, Thanksgiving behind us, and wet, chillier weather on the way, winter - still three weeks off - appears to be rearing its head.
Aside from some minor fires and accidents, the Thanksgiving holiday passed quietly in Hall County.
From the posada to the piñata, Christmas got a colorful and cultural touch Sunday night.
When Sgt. 1st Class Devin McCann was young, his parents say they pulled him out of a military school because he was getting too wrapped up in the military and not focusing on his academics.
Gainesville teen Jordan Madden is truly a product of the digital generation.
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Pinkish, white brains the size of a small child's fist float in green liquid inside an old pickle jar in the classroom.
The smell of chicken being sauteed by her students is just one reason Whittney McPherson pulls herself out of bed in Dahlonega and commutes to ...
Local law enforcement has taken steps to improve relations with minority communities and increase training after a spate of deadly shootings between police officers and ...
Thursday is the deadline to sign up for health insurance through the federal Affordable Care Act, if you want coverage starting Jan. 1.
Shannon Holland said she was trying to pull her husband Bradley Holland back from a fight when a gun went off Nov. 18 in the ...
Saturday, Hall County Parks and Leisure hosted it's second annual HALLiday In The Park, spreading early Christmas cheer with food, activities and a visit ...
Hall County's supply of available large industrial space is as scarce as Tim Evans has seen it in his 11 years as the Greater ...
Thousands of Christmas lights shone and sparkled on the waters of Lake Lanier at the Lanier Partners Parade of Boats Saturday night.
Deputies with the Hall County Sheriff's Office arrested two men on charges of aggravated battery after an incident Friday in Murrayville.
The annual Oakwood Christmas Celebration was all about getting the community together this year.
Hall County Fire Services staff pushed four new ambulances Friday into their new bays, a ceremony from a time when a pumper truck's horsepower ...
In times of crisis, the mind has a way of slowing things down, part of the fight-or-flight instinct evolution has bred.
Nathan Louis Burgen, longtime Gainesville business owner and entrepreneur died Wednesday at the age of 90.
A Gainesville man is accused of taking American flags from two homes in a South Hall subdivision, according to authorities.
Out of uniform, Gainesville police officers will blend in with plain clothes at shopping centers to monitor potential shoplifters and thieves.
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