University of North Georgia President Bonita. C. Jacobs has announced the school will extend the spring semester calendar by four days to May 1 to make up for days lost to winter weather.
Even 200 yards away, Eric Isom said he knew immediately that the Lake Lanier collision was dire.
As snow and freezing rain pelted Hall County early in the week, some students grabbed their laptops instead of grabbing their homemade sleds.
After three days of closures, local government reopened Friday to begin assessing the full impact of the snow and ice storm on operations, all while handling a backlog of administrative work and requests for services from residents.
Valentine's Day was a special occasion for the ladies at Performance Foodservice Milton's in Oakwood. While some companies may have treated the holiday like any other workday, men at the food distribution company went all out to ensure female employees were treated like queens.
The Gainesville City Schools system has received an award based on its work through a collaborative learning template from the University of California-Los Angeles.
A moderate earthquake struck after 10 p.m. Friday, shaking homes throughout northern and eastern Georgia.
The Shanghai Circus performance that was postponed Thursday by the winter storm and rescheduled for Sunday now has been canceled.
Winter-weary North Georgians may not welcome yet another sight of snowflakes after this week's winter storm, but the forecast calls for flurries in the area overnight.
Events slated for Thursday night in Gainesville were canceled because of poor road conditions.
With temperatures hitting upper 40s and rain on the way, the ground may turn from white to wet. But area residents who venture out early Friday might take extra care.
Hall County firefighters battled a couple of house fires Thursday afternoon.
Local nonprofits and community groups spent Thursday rebooting services for those in need as the storm lifted and the big thaw set in.
A man suffered smoke inhalation Wednesday after going back inside a burning shop to help a family member who was on his way out, Hall County firefighters said.
The snow may be melting, but sledding enthusiasts still seeking areas of shaded snow and slush should be careful, especially following a few incidents Wednesday.
A Braselton man is accused of embezzling more than $75,000 from Road Atlanta over the course of a year.
Qualifying ended today with one more candidate filing locally. Steven Ellis, an independent from Gainesville, will be challenging incumbent Scott Gibbs for Hall County Board of Commissioners District 3. Ellis must obtain 935 signatures by July 8 to officialy be in the race.
On the screen behind Candace Kendle, an image flashed of two separate brain scans.
Flowery Branch City Council gave its first OK Thursday night to expanding the city's lone rock quarry, while signaling company officials and area residents to keep working toward a final agreement on conditions.
As the next year's state budget takes one step closer to reality, local schools continue to cheer as increased funding looks more like a certainty.
CLARKESVILLE - Local residents were heartbroken Thursday after a large fire did heavy damage to historic buildings in the downtown area of this Habersham County town.
Gainesville officials are looking to amend the city's alcoholic beverage ordinance in hopes it will entice a South Hall business, which serves draft beer to go, to open on the downtown square.
Tony Beatty, a longtime Republican campaign strategist and consultant, pulled out of the District 1 race for the Hall County Board of Commissioners on Thursday after qualifying earlier this week.
The Gainesville Police Department is seeking a No. 2 in command after Maj. Paul Sherman retired in January, officials said.
Winter is hanging on with an icy grip as residents of the Northeast Georgia mountains could see some frozen precipitation tonight into Friday.
A memorial service is planned today for a Riverside Military Academy student who died Tuesday from injuries sustained in a pedestrian accident.
One person was being treated for minor smoke inhalation after a residential fire in Gainesville, city fire officials said.
Craig Lutz, R-Flowery Branch, filed papers Thursday to qualify for a seat on the Public Service Commission's District 4. Lutz had previously announced his intention to join the race, which also includes Douglas Kidd, R-Lavonia, and incumbent Bubba McDonald, R-Clarkesville.
The high in Burlington, Vt., today is expected to be around 20.