It's not down in the history books yet, but you might be surprised to know that John Kennedy sat next to Richard Nixon in the sixth grade.
Patriotism brings the Gainesville community together.
Calvin Allen, the first anesthesiologist in Gainesville, died at his home Friday night after a long illness.
Mount Vernon Elementary School may be on its way to charter school status.
Kasia Stanfill looks back fondly on the summers she spent at Gainesville's Green Street pool. She remembers standing on the water's edge, waiting to jump into the cool water for the first time.
Gainesville City Schools parents can now find information with more ease.
Forsyth County's next move in the ongoing saga surrounding Lanier Golf Course remains uncertain.
The Fourth of July holiday travel period began Thursday evening, and officials predict higher crash rates as the weekend persists.
Each year, it goes off with a bang.
For John Ergovich, getting arrested for driving under the influence was a bigger inconvenience than it ever would have been to get a sober person to drive him home.
Golf carts, streamers and good old-fashioned fun define the Fourth of July for one lakeside community.
A new water treatment plant may soon be on the drawing board for Gainesville.
It wasn't the best day for little Cabo, but Thursday was certainly a proud moment for the Humane Society of Northeast Georgia.
This is a political conservative's gold mine.
LARP, as it was commonly called by local governments around Georgia, faded into history this week.
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The spotlight was on men and women in military uniform, as patriotic music played, stirring speeches were given and wreaths were laid in their honor.
Students are honoring veterans in a variety of ways today. These photos were submitted by school staff. Photos can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org ...
A parent was taken to the hospital in serious condition after a wreck Wednesday morning at Centennial Arts Academy in Gainesville, according to Gainesville City ...
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