College students go into education for myriad reasons. Some choose to work with high school biology students, others with eighth-grade Georgia history buffs.
A Buford woman was killed early Friday after she was struck by a vehicle while crossing Interstate 85.
Here's one upside to Lake Lanier's falling water level: It's easier to clean the shoreline.
It all began to unravel one day for Scott Burton.
In 1999, Becky Ketchum was rear-ended by a driver going 80 miles per hour while she sat at a complete stop on Atlanta Highway.
Nurses are no longer the unsung heroes of the medical profession.
Hall County's biggest high school football rivalry brought out the heavyweights Friday night, not all of them on the field.
A North Hall homeowner was robbed at gunpoint late Thursday evening by a pair of suspects who are still at large.
September is National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month, but Gainesville and Hall County school officials are working year-round to prevent the epidemic.
Gainesville native Joe Jarrard is Georgia's new deputy adjutant general.
Former Dawson County Clerk of Courts Becky McCord will be back in Superior Court next month after a judge on Friday rejected her guilty plea on theft by taking and violation of oath of office charges.
A Cumming man was sentenced to 14 months in prison Friday for failing to register as a sex offender after moving from Tennessee.
It is one thing to tell someone how bad a situation is, but it is quite another to show them.
A father who failed to pay more than $87,000 in child support and restitution was sentenced Friday to 12 months in prison by a federal judge in Gainesville.
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For many, the Jan. 26 announcement may have come as a sudden surprise, but Mincey Marble's decision to move its operations away from its ...
Fear is returning to the heart of the predominantly Mexican business district in Gainesville.
Less than a mile separates the old and new locations of ECHO Wellness Center.
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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