Area lake advocates expressed shock and disappointment Monday over a federal judge's ruling last week that the withdrawal of drinking water was not the primary force in Lake
Evan Siver rounds first base, stomps on second, storms past third and zooms toward home plate as dozens of peers cheer him on.
CUMMING - Forsyth County sheriff's investigators have charged a 20-year-old man in the beating death of a 6-year-old special needs child.
In 1969, the U.S. government wanted to take three men, strap them into a 363-foot-tall rocket filled with almost a million gallons of fuel and send them to the moon.
BUFORD - Ten feet higher, 200 more boats.
The wreckage of a missing plane containing the body of the pilot was located late Sunday afternoon in a rugged area of the mountains of North Carolina.
OAKWOOD - Tangee Puckett has gone from potty business to city business, and so far she has liked the transition.
JEFFERSON - The Jefferson Community Theatre group has turned their inaugural performance into a true community affair.
JEFFERSON - The Jackson County School System will be heading toward the new school year with a little more than $1 million in debt, according to school financial officials.
Work by the Gainesville Public Utilities Department will interrupt water service on Buffington Farm Road between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. today in order to complete water main improvements in the area.
A Clarkston girl was in critical condition Sunday after she was pulled the previous day from Lake Lanier by bystanders.
Forty years ago this week, America's infant space program was on the verge of completing its greatest adventure, Apollo 11, a $350 million piece of derring-do that would put man on the moon and return him safely home.
The Swinging Sixties, it could be said, began with a promise from a young president and ended with its fulfillment.
Where were you on July 20, 1969?
Although Americans don't visibly go "ga-ga" over the space program now, there's still magic happening, a former astronaut said.
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A Gainesville man with a handgun allegedly shouted vulgarities at an Antioch Campground Road homeowner, according to authorities.
Bring your boots and gloves because Mother Nature has played dirty with the homeless camp beneath the Queen City Bridge in Gainesville.
Two overnight fires kept Hall County Fire Services crews busy, but there were no injuries in either, spokesman Capt. Zachary Brackett reported.
Wasting water will no longer be just an ethical problem in Gainesville.
Beautifying city streets and intersections, and making them more accessible to pedestrians, is one of the bigger aspects of Gainesville's new downtown plan to ...
To keep the heat in the kitchen and not elsewhere in the house, Hall County Fire Services officials are offering up a few tips for ...
Martha Zoller lost her mother and sister to lung cancer.
All this recent rain must be on the minds of Gainesville officials.
Hall County's newest park, Cherokee Bluffs, is being lauded for its golden views of surrounding South Hall County and unique display of huge rock ...
A Cumming man has been charged in connection with a two-vehicle crash that killed a Gainesville man on McFarland Parkway and Ga. 400 last week.
The local delegation of state representatives will gather Dec. 10 for the annual Eggs & Issues Breakfast, where residents can communicate their concerns.
Gainesville taxpayers will soon need to budget for a new expense.
A fire Monday night did $75,000 in damage to a home in South Hall County, according to Hall County Fire Services.
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