Polly Williams knows the value of some fresh air.
In the contest to raise cash among Republican candidates vying to be the next governor of Georgia, Gainesville's Nathan Deal suddenly is in the lead.
A South Hall home was damaged Tuesday night by a fire that was called in by someone passing by.
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office is investigating an armed bank robbery that occurred Monday afternoon at the Hometown Community Bank on Ga. 124 near the Traditions of Braselton community.
If it hasn't been done already, it may be time to print up a new staff directory at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Buford Dam office.
She could have been one of about 9,000 fans at Michael Jackson's memorial on Tuesday.
Gainesville firefighters are crossing their fingers in hopes their department will be selected to receive federal stimulus funding to rebuild the city's oldest fire station.
Some Hall County commissioners are ready to do all they can to prevent the city of Gainesville from annexing county businesses near the city lines.
The Georgia Court of Appeals heard arguments Tuesday in the case of a 13-year-old Hall County boy who hanged himself inside a school for emotionally challenged children.
Flowery Branch officials have cleaned up a sewer spill of less than 1,000 gallons in a cul-de-sac on Victoria Drive off Spring Street.
A resident called the city to report the spill, which involved sewer flowing out of a manhole in the street, City Manager Bill Andrew said this morning.
The roads and waterways were busy, but aside from at least one water-related death, Hall County ended the July Fourth holiday on a relatively quiet note.
In these hard economic times, the Humane Society of Hall County could use a few more stray dollars.
On Sunday, 18 puppies had the ride of their lives.
All 34 Hall County schools met "Adequate Yearly Progress" this year for the first time ever based on preliminary reports, said Superintendent Will Schofield.
Gainesville city officials continue to court the Gainesville school board to win its support for the city's tax allocation district, but the school board's chairman said the latest proposal needs more compromise.
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It was a day of giving, of service and of fellowship.
In and around stores, law enforcement will have a heavier presence ahead of the Black Friday shopping weekend.
Safe Kids Gainesville/Hall County and Hall County Fire Services are sponsoring a bike helmet giveaway for children ages 5-10 from 5-7 p.m. Monday ...
Lakewood Baptist Church has plans to open a 5,000-square-foot coffee shop and deli at the corner of Washington and Green streets in downtown Gainesville.
Brenda Vargas is thankful today that two of her children who attend Fair Street Elementary in Gainesville receive free lunches every school day.
In light of recent reports of scammers impersonating Georgia Power employees in person and over the phone, the company is reminding customers to be cautious ...
A Gainesville man with a handgun allegedly shouted vulgarities at an Antioch Campground Road homeowner, according to authorities.
About 2,600 gallons of sludge was mistakenly pumped into Flat Creek in a wastewater spill Tuesday night, Gainesville Department of Water Resources officials estimated.
Bring your boots and gloves because Mother Nature has played dirty with the homeless camp beneath the Queen City Bridge in Gainesville.
• 117 million occupied housing units in America
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.
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