Oakwood City Manager Stan Brown has returned to the United States after serving in Iraq since December as part of the U.S. Air Force Reserve.
A Georgia National Guard soldier from Alpha Company in Lawrenceville was killed in action Saturday.
Army Spc. Andy "Sully" Sullens, a Dahlonega native wounded in a May 17 blast in Afghanistan, could finally return to Georgia, possibly this month.
A member of Gainesville First Baptist Church contracted the H1N1 virus during a youth conference last week, the Rev. Bill Coates confirmed Monday.
The 200-foot crane piercing the sky of downtown Gainesville broke into its first hours of work Monday.
JEFFERSON - In addition to excessive heat, the summer months were supposed to bring the grand reopening of the Crawford W. Long Museum in Jefferson.
As Athens community members and music venues pull together resources to help accommodate this weekend's AthFest after Georgia Theatre burned Friday, federal and state fire officials are waiting on a crane to begin searching the building.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners will hear a request from the city of Lula at its work session this morning for help paving a dirt road that has been in disrepair since 2001.
Oakwood City Council plans to hold a public hearing at 4 p.m. Friday on a partial update of its comprehensive plan.
The 4th of July is coming a little early in Jefferson.
Though radon may sound like something from another planet, it's actually a dangerous substance found throughout Hall County.
If the primaries in the Georgia governor's race had been held earlier this month, John Oxendine would be facing Roy Barnes on Election Day, according to an opinion poll.
Ralph Scharle of Buford had his pick of Father's Day outings.
BRASELTON - Running into a burning house may not seem like a good idea to most people, but as local fireman Joel Keith said, "Somebody's gotta do it."
Laurie Wentworth spends most of her days trying to prevent people from getting sick when they go out to eat.
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A fox recently bit a man who was jogging in East Hall, and Hall County officials were notified Wednesday the fox was rabid.
Adventures in Missions, a Hall County-based organization sending thousands of missionaries to 60 countries around the world each year, has its sights set on expansion.
States have long passed their own measures calling for amendments to the U.S. Constitution.
A new company opening an office in Flowery Branch plans to hire 50 people by October for its background check business - and another 100 people ...
A Gwinnett County teen will be charged with harassing communications after a threat to "shoot up" the Mall of Georgia, police said.
A Hall County woman was arrested after authorities said they seized 15 marijuana plants.
Riverside Military Academy is the "finest" in the United States as a private military academy, the school's new president, retired Army Col. William Gallagher ...
Gainesville Mayor Danny Dunagan was elected to the Board of Directors for the Georgia Municipal Association during the association's annual meeting in Savannah on ...
A Buford woman was indicted and charged last week in the 2015 shooting death of her husband, a case previously considered to be a suicide ...
A woman's body was recovered this morning from Lake Lanier at Longwood Park in Gainesville, according to Gainesville Police.
Mental health care providers are in short supply across Northeast Georgia, according to a new report from the Georgia Budget and Policy Institute.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources is offering safety tips for boaters and swimmers for the upcoming July Fourth weekend.
A thunderstorm Monday night caused the collapse of a gas pump structure at the Chevron PetroFast Food Store at the corner of Ga. 365 and ...
Hall County resident Julio Hernandez is one of thousands of Latinos in the state who cast a ballot for the first time in the May ...
Theresa London will be the interim principal at Lula Elementary School. She has been assistant principal there since 2011.
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