United Way official Tracy Whitmire soon will join Gainesville government as the city's new convention and facilities sales manager, City Manager Kip Padgett said Thursday.
The Food Lion grocery store in Oakwood is closing on or before Feb. 19, corporate spokeswoman Christy Phillips-Brown said Thursday.
ATLANTA - Georgia's legal fight to continue using Lake Lanier as a water supply is still alive.
The official term is "pressurized container fire control," but most folks just call it the Christmas tree.
The problem today with parents - specifically mothers - is that they have become fearful of their children, according to John Rosemond.
City Councilman Craig Lutz announced Thursday night he plans to run for the Hall County Board of Commissioners' District 1 seat.
The Food Lion grocery store in Oakwood is closing on or before Feb. 19, corporate spokeswoman Christy Phillips-Brown said this morning.
When a devastating earthquake ravaged Haiti last week, Hall County teachers immediately incorporated the disaster into their lessons.
JEFFERSON - They may have already graduated, but some former Jefferson High School students might have the ability to affect the lives of younger students.
Real estate executive Frank Norton Jr. will present his annual Native Intelligence business report tonight at the Georgia Mountains Center for the 23rd time.
The number of May-September, or in-season, visitors to the Lake Lanier area dropped from 5 million in 2007 to 4.2 million in 2008, according to preliminary results of a regional economic impact study.
Gainesville police are seeking a man who robbed the Quality Inn on Jesse Jewell Parkway at gunpoint on Wednesday night.
ATLANTA - Representatives from Hall County governments met Wednesday at the Capitol in a show of solidarity to fix the state's disjointed sales tax collection system.
A 2-year-old boy was airlifted to an Atlanta hospital today after being scalded at home, officials said.
One year ago today, the nation's capital was abuzz as thousands of supporters made a pilgrimage to witness the historic presidential inauguration of Barack Obama.
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The U.S. Forest Service is hosting a series of community conversations, including meetings in Gainesville, Buford and Dahlonega, to address conservation challenges in the ...
Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy will observe its 12th Walk to School Day on Wednesday, joining students from all 50 states and several other countries in ...
Hall County continues to see a surge of new Latino and Hispanic voters as the Oct. 11 registration deadline for this fall's elections draws ...
Georgia is holding a tax-free weekend on energy-saving products with WaterSense or ENERGY STAR labels from Friday through Sunday.
The 10th annual HealthSmart Expo, sponsored by the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce, will emphasize getting up, moving, walking and running, Kit Dunlap, president of ...
The Owenby family wants to provide Gainesville residents with a fun night out while raising funds for children's tumor research.
The already commercially crowded Mall of Georgia area near Buford is poised to get a lot busier over the next few years.
Doug Fehan, program manager for Corvette Racing, talked like an evangelist for endurance racing Tuesday evening at Lanier Technical College's motorsports vehicle technology class.
Going against the "skepticism" of other law enforcement leaders, Hall County Sheriff Gerald Couch expressed his support Tuesday for the state law enforcement officer pay ...
A jury returned a not guilty verdict for a Decatur man claiming self-defense in a shooting last year at a Lanier Islands lake house birthday ...
Long before Spout Springs Road gets widened, the Georgia Department of Transportation would like to unload a nearly 50-year-old, long-abandoned maintenance shop that sits in ...
Community members can learn how they might help young women move from foster care to independent living at a community meeting at 7 p.m ...
First Baptist Church's banquet hall was once again overflowing with people clamoring over soup, salad and empty bowls.
Gainesville and Hall County students scored higher on the SAT exam in 2016 than 2015, but local scores still trailed the state average in both ...
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