The state Department of Early Care and Learning announced Friday that Discovering Basics day care in Clermont would have its license revoked, leaving parents whose kids attend the center scrambling for alternatives.
After two years of paperwork, a star has landed in Gainesville.
Online social media profiles have become a seamless extension of our real-world personalities. But with broader access to sharing your life and personality via the Internet come implications, including with the criminal justice system.
Titus Smith, 6, pets "Runaway" on Saturday after riding her at the Loomis Bros. Circus at Chicopee Agricultural Center. David and Ashley Smith of Buford, with youngest son Gage, 1, are in the background. The circus featured acrobats, clowns, aerialists, thrill acts and animal acts including elephants and Bengal and white Siberian tigers. "We hope to come back next year," said spokesperson Erik Scott. "The response was pretty good."
With the delay of a draft environmental impact statement, costs continue mounting with no end in sight for the proposed Glades Reservoir.
With one week of advance voting left, more than 1,000 Hall County voters have cast ballots in the runoff set for July 22.
Stepping out of the limousine, Callie Truelove greeted the "paparazzi" trying to catch a glimpse of her. More than 100 people, armed with smartphones and digital cameras, waited as the 11-year-old emerged.
As the Georgia painkiller-monitoring system became a year old, there is uncertainty as to whether it will be around to see its second birthday.
Hall County is still having difficulty collecting the hotel/motel tax due from vacation rental properties on Lake Lanier.
Hall County law enforcement authorities are seeking a missing 9-year-old boy.
Donning pink and yellow hard hats, a group of 11 women sported a distinctly different look than most graduating classes at commencement.
For 11-year-old Ethan Payne, the best part of day camp is getting to "move and groove."
Costs have increased more than 20 percent in two key Hall County bridge replacement projects.
Eleven programs have been added to a 100 percent tuition scholarship grant at Lanier Technical College.
Three of the four children injured Sunday by a car knocked out of gear are out of the hospital, and charges have been filed against the vehicle's owner.
The log cabin home of Revolutionary War veteran Col. James Roberts might soon be resurrected to its former glory.
Students from Hall County are experiencing the culture of China as part of the Arizona State University Confucius Institute Chinese Bridge Summer Camp.
Hall County is now accepting bids for Fire Station No. 3's former building on Short Road.
Parasites, memory and mockingbirds are just a few of the subjects undergraduates at the University of North Georgia are researching this year as part of Faculty-Undergraduate Summer Enrichment.
Particularly drawn to Flat Creek, Melba Horton spent the early part of the summer checking the water quality at Lake Lanier.
The Georgia Lottery Corp. last week reported its largest single-year transfer to the state's education fund, which supports financial aid for pre-kindergarten and higher education students.
Four children were injured, two critically, Sunday afternoon when a car was knocked out of gear at a home in North Hall, authorities reported.
The 29 names inscribed on the American Legion plaque proclaim the Hall County troops' "ultimate sacrifice" in World War I, but their stories are tucked away in state records from the era.
Data released by the Annie E. Casey Foundation in its Kids Count Data Book rank Georgia as 42nd in the nation for child well-being.
Gainesville resident Deana Martin-Owens knows all too well the grief from losing a child is often debilitating and not many know what to do with it.
Several Hall County residents who are appealing the reassessments of their lakefront home values have raised questions about that process.
Though overdoses are down, Hall County has experienced a comparatively higher number of drug-related deaths through July on the heels of varying substance-abuse initiatives.
The clanking of metals and cracks of splitting wood filled Riverside Military Academy's Curtis Hall Gym on Saturday as Riverside played host to the 2014 National Championships martial arts event for the Atlantic Pacific Tang Soo Do Federation.