Hall County is looking for a company to operate its South Hall sewer system, and Hall County Commissioner Craig Lutz wants Flowery Branch to throw its name in the hat.
A chicken house and two small outbuildings in the 5100 block of Price Road were destroyed in a fire Wednesday afternoon. The chicken house was used for storage.
Noah Lenkeit, 7, carefully counted the icing squiggles on his sugar cookie. One, two, three - that's how old his tree, represented by icing rings on a cookie, would be.
The memories shared carried a heavy weight, but Wednesday was not a day of sorrow.
A Clarkesville Sunday school teacher went to jail Wednesday after pleading guilty to stealing more than $350,000 from a Hall County business as the company's bookkeeper.
Tattoos are what investigators hope will lead them to identify the man whose badly decomposed body was found near New Holland Mill on Monday.
As the anniversary of Gainesville's darkest moment passed, a small group gathered in silent memorial.
The now tattered cookbook was a wedding gift, and on an inside page is a 45-year-old inscription.
Time stood still 75 years ago as a tornado ripped through Gainesville's downtown.
The last finalist for the presidency of North Georgia College & State University visited Dahlonega Monday to interview with campus members and the selection committee.
Hall County and Gainesville emergency services and public safety officials are prepared for the next time a disaster rolls through the region.
Jackson County is searching for a new county manager to oversee planning for the area, which despite some growth has still been forced into budget cuts and layoffs.
Flowery Branch is gearing up for the next fiscal year, which starts July 1.
Replacement of an aging two-lane bridge over Lake Lanier at Clarks Bridge Park is on the horizon.
A man's body was found about 2 p.m. Monday near New Holland Mill property, said Col. Jeff Strickland with the Hall County Sheriff's Office.
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A new hotel can build closer to Flat Creek in Gainesville than normally allowed but not to the extent that was first planned.
Braving winter weather
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