Today, we all become part of history.
WASHINGTON - As the nation's capital teemed with millions of men, women and children hungry for change Monday, thousands of people showed up at Washington's RFK Stadium to be the change they seek.
WASHINGTON - After months of campaigning for the Democratic presidential candidate, who was the underdog in conservative Hall County, local Democrats will have their heyday today.
WASHINGTON - More than a dozen West Hall Middle School students are spending this week in the Washington area learning about the history of America's civil rights movement and our nation's progressive leaders.
Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue has heard the promises of help from Washington, but is not waiting on an influx of federal dollars to begin working on the state's projected $2.2 billion budget shortfall.
In spite of the economic downturn, Gainesville and Hall County will likely move forward with the construction of a planned industrial park.
CUMMING - Authorities are investigating a suspicious weekend house fire they say occurred while the homeowner, a single mother of three, was in Washington, D.C., for the presidential inauguration.
If you were looking for a reprieve from the biting cold weather Tuesday, you are out of luck, but there is still hope that warmer temperatures will arrive Wednesday.
The Hall County Sheriff's Office of Internal Affairs is investigating why jail officials failed to realize an inmate of the Hall County Jail had escaped until 24 hours after the inmate went missing.
Police believe 24-year-old Obiel Pineda-Pardo escaped when he was allowed to take out the trash around 7 a.m. Friday, but he was not reported missing until after a Saturday morning head count.
To many, Monday was much more than a day off.
Bundled up against the cold and armed with trash bags and a shovel, Tiffany Potter and her two children headed to Wauka Mountain Elementary School on Monday for a day of community service.
JEFFERSON - When Gum Springs Elementary School opened in 2008, teachers had access to some of the latest instructional technology in their classrooms.
JEFFERSON - Without ever leaving their classroom, the pre-kindergarten students at Jefferson Elementary School have made friends with other students around the United States.
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Gainesville City Council gave its initial approval Tuesday for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta to proceed with building a church campus on Smith Road ...
A Flowery Branch woman used multiple made-up stories of fires that destroyed homes and killed dogs to illegally solicit money from numerous local businesses, according ...
A Birmingham, Ala., man died Saturday after a crash at Road Atlanta raceway in Braselton, where he reportedly drove more than 120 mph in a ...
Calling it a moral obligation, President Barack Obama on Monday unveiled the final version of his plan to dramatically cut emissions from U.S. power ...
The Gainesville City Council will meet tonight to make new appointments to several boards, change residential Dyer Street to one-way traffic and consider a rezoning ...
The final sentence came down for 22 MS-13 gang members, including two Gainesville men, last week in U.S. District Court.
Georgia's tests are getting an evaluation of their own, State School Superintendent Richard Woods told a Flowery Branch audience Monday night.
It was a very happy day at Family Promise, according to Amanda Ayers.
A start date hasn't been set, but repairs are on the way for the Ga. 53/Dawsonville Highway westbound bridge over the Chattahoochee River ...
A Marietta man whose truck caught fire during a Sunday night collision in North Hall is in critical condition and charged with driving under the ...
Gainesville City Schools hope to build more classrooms for students over the next five years.
Qualifying is set for Aug. 31-Sept. 2 to replace Clermont Town Councilwoman Lynn Adams, who resigned last week.
A woman who died Sunday after being found unresponsive in Lake Lanier has been identified as a Buford woman.
More than a dozen Gainesville Police officers went through bike patrol certification last week.
Gainesville is looking to make widespread water system improvements to prepare for future development but also address water issues raised by area residents.
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