Although roadblocks will halt traffic and security will be amped up, authorities say that today's Tour de Georgia stage will be business as usual.
North Hall High School opened a half-century ago with a strong agricultural program.
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A benefit run will be held Sunday at North Hall High School, with proceeds going to the Court Appointed Special Advocate program and the North Hall Drama Boosters' Club.
A small, smoldering piece of charcoal caused the total loss of a 1,400-square-foot home Tuesday night in Hall County.
Registration has started for the ninth annual Citizens' Police Academy held by the Gainesville Police Department.
When it rains, the roof leaks. When the roof leaks, the fire alarm system might go off. And in the summer, sheriff's deputies work in stifling temperatures.
This is your brain on drugs.
This year's class for Youth Leadership Hall has been selected.
When parents determine that their child has a substance abuse problem, they've just taken the first step on what could be a long and difficult road.
The Gainesville school system could end the fiscal year with expenses exceeding revenue, the district's finance chief told the city Board of Education on Monday night. But when board member David Syfan pressed on how much the deficit might be, Janet Allison declined to give an amount.
When teens get involved in drug abuse, it alters their behavior in ways that are usually fairly obvious.
State Rep. Carl Rogers began hearing it in November.
A drought response resolution passed by the Gainesville City Council last November is now causing new development in Hall County to slow to a trickle, county officials say. In response to state recommendations, Gainesville council members passed a resolution making water unavailable for new development until the drought situation improves and the state loosens its water-use restrictions. Since Gainesville is the primary water provider in the county, ...
A doctor from the Hall County Health Department divulged a staggering statistic to county officials Monday - the department is estimating a $866,208 loss in revenue this year. During the fourth round of county budget hearings, Dr. David Westfall, District 2 public health director, said the health department is slated to receive significantly less revenues from Medicaid payments since the state adopted a managed health care ...
Braving winter weather