For the first time in four years, Gainesville officials are considering raising taxes.
Barring a successful appeal, Hugo Moguel Tepanca will spend the rest of his life in prison for shooting a 23-year-old man outside of a Gainesville home.
When a toddler was in grave danger, Casey Brown and Brian Bain, friends since pre-K, sprung into action without saying a word.
If you saw a bear walking through your town, would you stop and look at the fuzzy creature?
A remote North Hall park with a violent history has been temporarily closed.
A pilot program of reduced trash services begins today, meaning for the next eight weeks residents can only expect their garbage to be picked up once a week.
Through the songs of Johann Sebastian Bach and other well-known composers, First Presbyterian Church got a taste Sunday of its brand-new organ.
CUMMING - Lake Lanier and Mary Alice Park were bathed in sunlight. A light spring breeze rustled the trees.
DAWSONVILLE - Georgia Department of Transportation officials say renovations to Dawson County's busiest intersection could begin within the next 18 months.
World War II veterans, including Pearl Harbor survivor Mack Abbott of Gainesville, will lead Paul E. Bolding American Legion Post 7's Eighth Annual Memorial Day Parade on May 31.
Gene Marlow's first pitch to his grandson Saturday ushered in a new season in Little League baseball in Gainesville, a sport he's been a part of for nearly half a century.
A man died from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound Friday night at the Lake Lanier Club Apartments off Dawsonville Highway, Hall County coroner's office officials said Saturday.
With the help of a few high school students, the Da Vinci Academy spring musical has turned into a true student production.
Retired Navy veteran Ron James wants all U.S. troops serving overseas to know they are supported by people back home.
Hall County's office for the state Division of Family and Children Services is about 30 percent smaller than it was two years ago, with fewer case managers, supervisors and fewer total positions either filled or vacant, according to public records.
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It's easier for a child to learn to hold a pencil if they first know how to build a tower with Legos.
Some 400 years since the first Thanksgiving, Cole Chambers spent his holiday sharing necessities with the Native Americans protesting at the Standing Rock Indian Reservation.
It was a faith-based proposal to help a troubled group of people in a rural Hall County residential complex, and it initially caused a stir ...
While wandering through The Gourd Place on Thursday, Priscilla Wilson showed off some of her art.
Some 350 people were expected to attend Saturday's Festival of Trees at The Loft at Scott's in downtown Gainesville.
Dreary weather didn't put a damper on Christmas spirits during Flowery Branch and Lula's Christmas parades Saturday.
It has been little over a week since fires began spreading through the Gatlinburg, Tenn., and Smoky Mountain area, causing widespread destruction to the historic ...
According to a motion, the bullet killing Jaquerian Harrison, 21, in April was not from the guns found in the possession of three co-defendants.
One of Katt Williams' co-defendants had the charges dismissed against her, while the second agreed to a negotiated plea on lesser charges.
All it took to make Anoria Cheek happy was some glitter.
We're not out of the woods yet, even after heavy rainfall the last two days of November. Both days brought little lasting difference to ...
ATLANTA - Georgia officials say changes to prevent fraud could mean it will take more than three months to process Georgians' income tax returns and issue ...
Green Street and part of Thompson Bridge Road/Ga. 60 will be closed from 3:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. or 8:30 ...
If approved by the ...
Katt Williams entered a plea of no contest to multiple counts Thursday stemming from an incident earlier this year involving a bodyguard allegedly assaulted with ...
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