A Buford man has been sentenced to 18 months in federal prison for rolling back odometers on used cars and trucks to make the vehicles more valuable, the Justice Department announced Friday.
The Northeast Georgia History Center's video documentary on the life of local golf legend Tommy Aaron has won the prestigious Pegasus Award of Excellence for 2008.
Thieves always will steal valuable metals like gold and silver, but you know the economy stinks when thieves start taking steel manhole covers.
Jeff Strickland may be the most-quoted man in The Times.
Among the public government meetings coming up this week are:
A Gainesville man died after he was struck late Friday by a car as he walked across Browns Bridge Road.
Six people were robbed at gunpoint and then tied up Saturday evening at a Gainesville home.
Economic times are hard but not enough to slow Oakwood in its pursuit for increased sewer capacity.
It's hard not to be stressed out these days.
The owner of the Hall Book Exchange celebrated the store's 25th anniversary by holding a 24-hour Read-A-Thon to benefit a local literacy group.
When you close your eyes and think of Scotland, you may envision men wearing kilts and musicians playing bagpipes, but that is not the case for 18 area students. When Jefferson High School students conjure up visions of the far away land, they see the smiling faces of their international friends.
When Jefferson High School students conjure up visions of the far away land, they see the smiling faces of their international friends.
For more than a year, a state grant meant to provide down-payment assistance for low- and moderate-income first-time homeowners in Flowery Branch has sat nearly unspent.
Nobody likes paying taxes, especially when money is tight.
ATLANTA - A proposed change to the way Georgia doles out teacher pensions has retired educators angry that the state wants to change a 40-year-old policy on cost-of-living adjustments.
Pink was the fashion statement of choice Saturday at the eighth annual Harvest of Hope.
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Editor's note: The following are veterans who responded to calls for information about World War II.
Ray and Ellie Williams are celebrating 70 years in both love and war.
Two years ago, as she sat in a bed at Emory University Hospital recovering from a bone marrow transplant, Kelsey Bishop picked up her smartphone.
Bill Vance was anxious to join the action.
When Liz Coates saw the plight of foster care in Hall County, she said she knew the congregation at First Baptist Church in Gainesville needed ...
Ten local celebrities partnered with professional dancers and competed in the Dancing for a Cause fundraiser Saturday night at the Chattahoochee Country Club.
What's the secret to good barbecue?
"Things that a lot of people dread, like a sink full of dishes, or raking leaves or sweeping up the porch, those are things that ...
Hundreds of women showed up Saturday at the Brenau Downtown Center, where they visited with health advocates, got massages, learned about local businesses and shopped ...
Think of today's inaugural North Georgia Women's Expo as "a very purposeful girls' day out," says event emcee Valerie Simmons-Walston.
The Hall County Sheriff's Office is training its officers to administer a medication that reverse the effects of opiate drug overdoses.
One of the key necessities for a school to function is sufficient classroom space.
The Affordable Care Act has reduced the number of uninsured Americans, but it's come with a price tag that Hall County government is helping ...
Lake Lanier Islands is increasing its gate fees from $10 to $15 effective Oct. 1.
Here's a few things we heard this week that we thought you might find interesting.
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