A future electrical engineering major and an Ivy League hopeful were named Wednesday as the area's top STAR students.
Chestatee Academy of Inquiry and Talent Development students were talkative and excited Wednesday afternoon as they awaited the next acts at Day at the Museum.
A Gainesville man recently severed from his co-defendant in a West Avenue shooting death case filed a motion to have two murder charges dismissed.
Two Flowery Branch City Council members have resigned due to moving away from the South Hall city.
Lakefront homeowners can breathe a sigh of relief this year.
A former Hall County jailer was indicted Tuesday on federal charges accusing him of smuggling suspected cocaine into the Hall County Jail.
Editor's note: A previous version of this story online and in Thursday's print edition incorrectly stated that the professor in question was terminated. According to the university, she has been placed on administrative leave pending a review. A follow-up story detailing the process will appear in Friday's Times and at gainesvilletimes.com.
Tuesday's lunch menu at C.W. Davis Middle School could better be described as brunch.
The ice storm is long gone, but the trees and limbs that fell because of it are still strewn across Hall County, with many of them awfully close to roadways.
A businessman got the Clermont Town Council's initial blessing Tuesday night to leave the North Hall town's boundaries.
A nonprofit, primarily volunteer-run transportation program serving Hall County's senior citizens has received seed money from the Northeast Georgia Health System to help it become operational.
Gainesville residents begged for an end to the back-and-forth proposals for a drive-thru restaurant and small retail outlet at the intersection of Thompson Bridge Road and Virginia Circle.
A Forsyth County man, the subject of a 2013 trial involving the death of two Buford boys, filed a civil action against Hall County Sheriff Gerald Couch for release, claiming his "good behavior" has not been recognized.
Gainesville City Council will vote today on a proposed drive-thru restaurant at the intersection of Thompson Bridge Road and Virginia Circle.
Students at Friendship Elementary School in Buford could be seen Monday with books in their hands and hats on their heads, celebrating Dr. Seuss.
Educators from around North Georgia met Saturday for the Georgia Science Teachers Association District II ELIPSE (Experiential Learning and Inquiry for Physical Science Educators) Conference held on the University of North Georgia Gainesville campus.
Northeast Georgia Medical Center Braselton is making an economic impression on its surrounding area, even before it opens Wednesday.
For fans of the TV crime procedural, each episode's case is wrapped up with a neat bow in 60 minutes.
The owner, site director and an employee at a former Clermont day care were indicted Thursday on charges connected to a toddler who was burned on the premises last summer.
Gainesville Public Utilities Director Kelly Randall is recommending no increase in water and sewer rates next year as sales and revenues outperform expectations.
Though the weather was a bit cool even for late March, local residents found plenty of ways to enjoy a spring Saturday in the area.
Put simply, Byronica Banks is a remarkable college student.
It still doesn't seem real to Erbey Rebollar and the family business at Taxi El Palmar.
The inaugural Glow In The Dark Easter egg hunt took place Friday at Laurel Park.
If walls could talk, those of the University of North Georgia's dining hall banquet room would have had a lot to say Friday afternoon.
The men and women that serve Hall County were honored Friday night during the inaugural Hall County Fire Services Awards Ceremony, held at the First Baptist Church of Gainesville's banquet hall.
Theodore N. "Ted" Oglesby was honored with a resolution in the Georgia State Senate chamber on Friday.
As state lawmakers prepare for the final week of the General Assembly's 2015 session, several high-profile bills have made their way from debate to a vote. Others, however, are tied up and may not survive.
Winter isn't turning loose of Northeast Georgia just yet.