When pitching the benefits of recycling, most proponents give broad, altruistic statements about saving the environment's limited resources.
The winter forecast may call for warmer, drier weather, but the Georgia Department of Transportation and area governments aren't taking any chances.
The Christmas spirit was alive and well at the eighth annual Festival of Trees Gala.
School systems want to hire quality, effective educators they can retain.
In the wake of the Penn State child abuse scandal in which school officials failed to inform law enforcement, child advocates and local law officials believe Georgia's mandatory reporting laws need to be broadened.
If a business tenant skips out on paying its city water bill in Gainesville, the landlord is ultimately responsible for paying the bill.
BUFORD - Scientists with their eyes turned on the drought in the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint river basin are struggling with ways to get the message across: This dry spell is significant.
Cindy Woodsmall holds up a large piece of an Amish hand-sewn quilt in front of the class.
ATLANTA - Northeast Georgia had three in the race for Georgia Superintendent of the Year out of four finalists, but Marietta City Schools Superintendent Emily Lembeck nabbed the award Friday.
A Forsyth County woman reported missing earlier this week was spotted at a Dahlonega retailer on Thursday, authorities say, before quickly vanishing again.
Plans to get rid of an eyesore in a busy Gainesville shopping area have stalled.
The Habersham County Board of Commissioners is moving closer to beginning construction on its planned Judicial Center.
Climate and water management officials meeting at Lake Lanier Islands Resort this week are not optimistic the reservoir outside their windows has any chance of refilling soon.
The attorney for a Cleveland man portrayed as the mastermind in an alleged plot to buy explosives and kill government employees has appealed a recent bond decision.
There's no doubting Helen Perry's allegiance to Gainesville High School or her excitement about tonight's Class AAA state semifinal playoff game at City Park Stadium.
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While some construction barrels already line some Hall County roads, other traffic relief appears on the way in the form of some big transportation projects.
The University of North Georgia's Gainesville campus held a mock disaster event Wednesday to help students, faculty and staff gain practical experience in how ...
A Hall County state lawmaker has introduced "FairTax" legislation that would convert Georgia's tax code from a state income tax to a statewide consumption ...
The man allegedly assaulted by comedian Micah "Katt" Williams in Gainesville last year was awarded $86,715 in damages in a civil case Wednesday.
Fans of specialty doughnuts could have another place to get their fix soon.
Gaines Ferry Road between McEver Road and Ga. 13 South is back open after a small fire at a gas station caused a brief closure ...
A Gainesville man has been charged with failure to maintain lane after a single-car crash that sent him to the hospital and shut down exits ...
A man was seriously injured Wednesday morning after a vehicle went off the road and struck a vehicle in a Gainesville restaurant parking lot, pinning ...
Pat Horgan, a resident in the Lakeshore Drive community in Gainesville, took to the podium at the Gainesville City Council meeting Tuesday to remind elected ...
When winter weather hits North Georgia, the proper preparation can help get you through the storm and stay warm and safe. Follow these tips:
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