An 11-year-old boy died at an Atlanta hospital Friday night after an accidental shooting at an adult-child hunting event in Dawson County, officials said.
When twins Brett and Blake Stallworth were just 12 months old, their parents began to notice that something wasn't quite right.
DAHLONEGA - Cadet Col. Ashlie Shrewsbury wakes most mornings at 6:45 a.m. and changes into her gray shirt and black shorts like every other cadet at North Georgia College & State University.
The recession may be over, but sales tax revenues have yet to show it.
The rain from Friday night may have left behind some gray clouds over Mule Camp Market on Saturday morning, but the weather wasn't going to get festival lovers down.
FLOWERY BRANCH - With roads first laid out in horse and buggy days, Flowery Branch is looking to solve some modern-day transportation woes - and city officials want the public's help.
Gainesville-based soldiers and their families were preparing for battle on two fronts Saturday.
The death of a 31-year-old Cleveland man in a single-vehicle wreck Friday night was the sixth fatality on Dawson County roads in 2009 and first since the spring.
A North Hall man was arrested Friday morning, charged with several counts of weapons and drug violations.
Two members of the Dawson County Elections Board say the county's some 10,000 registered voters can be served by two precincts, one in town and another on the county's east side.
The hard realities of the recession hit home last week as 30 Forsyth County government employees lost their jobs. The positions were cut to offset the 2009 budget deficit of $6.2 million and aid projected 2010 figures, which are deeper in the red.
JEFFERSON - When it comes to legal issues, a Supreme Court of Georgia committee has found that low- to moderate-income households are less likely to seek out representation.
What started out as a community service organization has blossomed into a well-known environmental watchdog group.
Gov. Sonny Perdue's Water Contingency Task Force includes a few Hall County notables who say they are looking forward to culling resources together for the future of Georgia's water supply.
Someone or something is mutilating cattle on the Cooper farm.
Page 1291 of 1755
Hall County will be under a winter storm watch starting at 1 a.m. Monday that will continue until the later part of the day.
Four different vehicles struck and killed a horse Tuesday morning on Athens Highway, according to officials.
Seventy local people are now on the payroll at Dairy Queen in Braselton, which celebrated its opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday, 21 weeks from ...
Here is an item we heard this week that we thought you might find interesting.
Cody Brewer is the reigning Gainesville City Schools spelling champion.
A Gainesville man faces drug charges in connection to an estimated $566,000 in methamphetamine and marijuana, plus weapons, according to authorities.
Sitting in the shadow of its predecessor, the Hall County Correctional Institution opened its doors Friday as Warden Walt Davis praised the county for its ...
Two women in the Hall County Jail's work release program never returned from a Monday night Alcoholics Anonymous/Narcotics Anonymous meeting, according to authorities.
A 20-year-old man is accused of taking another man's phone and wallet out of his jacket while the victim was playing basketball last month.
A fire at a doublewide mobile home in South Hall Thursday began around the chimney and was accidental, according to Hall County Fire Services.
Traffic was backed up nearly three miles in the north lanes of Interstate 985 Friday as the Georgia Department of Transportation replaced message boards.
Tourism officials banking on this year's marketing theme celebrating local music might get a boost if state lawmakers OK a bill aimed at strengthening ...
Nikki is young - not yet 2 years old - but she might just be a winner.
A Gainesville man allegedly ran over another man twice with a van, according to authorities.
Brenau University students will soon be able to "be in the classroom" even from remote locations thanks to robots the school will be using.
Page 1 of 8