BRASELTON - Braselton's clerk of court has resigned and been charged with embezzling $15,000 worth of bonds from the town's municipal court system, according to town officials.
A former Gainesville mayor was arrested last weekend on a charge of public indecency.
A number of Gainesville government offices and facilities are without phone and computer service after a traffic accident pulled down a fiber connection, according to a city spokeswoman.
A fire damaged a mobile home Wednesday evening in northeastern Hall County, but no one was injured.
CUMMING - The Forsyth County commission wants the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate the county's elections department in response to issues raised in a countywide audit.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners must decide today whether to upgrade a dirt road in North Hall that was meant to be abandoned years ago.
Annie Clara Martin, 85, gets misty eyed when she speaks of the way her garden once looked.
One in five people with HIV does not know it.
OAKWOOD - Think you're burning up just walking from the air-conditioned office to your car?
Work is done Wednesday on a portion of railroad track in southern Hall County where a Norfolk Southern train collided with a pickup truck stuck on the tracks.
The Hall County Library Board adopted a shrinking budget Tuesday, including 27 furloughed closings and $300,000 less for books.
The struggling Banks Jackson Commerce Medical Center may have found a buyer to help alleviate some of its debts.
A letter that told local government officials earlier this month that sales tax payments would arrive later than usual was poorly worded, a Department of Revenue spokesman said Tuesday.
A man whose helicopter flights over Helen have drawn the ire of some residents said he's not backing down after a judge ruled against him.
"Handcuff me!" five children shout as Gainesville community police officer Melissa Begley holds up her pink handcuffs.
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Just 123 ballots were cast during early voting for Gainesville's Ward 3 City Council runoff on Dec. 1.
A Gainesville attorney claims his client, a legal, permanent U.S. resident, faced an immigration hold for months in the Hall County Jail.
Hundreds of holiday revelers turned for the Christmas in Clermont parade on Saturday as nearly 25 cars and floats made their way to the downtown ...
Like father, like son.
For Lynn Thornton and her family, cutting down a Christmas tree after Thanksgiving has become a welcome tradition.
Dekia Boone doesn't go out much anymore.
Hall County deputies are looking for a suspect who robbed a Gainesville business Saturday night.
Mary Woody is a 74-year-old great-grandmother of four. She lives a happy life in Murrayville and wants for nothing.
It's that time of year again.
Standing in long lines, shoppers were primed to jump on the Black Friday deals at stores across Gainesville.
A food processing manufacturer in Jefferson has placed one of the largest solar panel systems in North Georgia on its roof.
Hostile calls coming from the Internal Revenue Service are likely a scam that has resurfaced again in Hall County, according to authorities.
A Stand Down for homeless, veterans and others in need is set for Dec. 5 at St. John's Baptist Church in Gainesville.
A 16-year-old accused of hijacking a car with a handgun was indicted last week in Hall County.
Checking out library books online should be easier than going to the library itself.
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