ATLANTA - With just one day of voting left, state lawmakers in Georgia face decisions on whether to expand the places where people can carry guns, whether to create a medical marijuana program for the ill and how to overhaul the child welfare system.
A Hall County judge has set a May 5 trial date in the December 2012 shooting death of a Gainesville man at a car dealership.
Improvements to one of Gainesville's busiest intersections - Jesse Jewell at Queen City parkways - might come sooner rather than later.
Amanda Swafford, a former Flowery Branch councilwoman, has been nominated as the Libertarian Party of Georgia's candidate in the U.S. Senate race to replace retiring Sen. Saxby Chambliss.
Just a few weeks ago, Landon Webber was afraid of the swimming pool.
It's an event 10 years in the making.
The first of several dozen defense motions were heard Tuesday in the case of a Gainesville man accused of murder.
A Braselton man being held on drug and robbery charges has been accused in the February 2013 robbery of an Oakwood CVS, authorities said Tuesday.
Tommy Lee of Clermont, a retired truck driver, won a $150,000 top prize in the Georgia Lottery instant game Giant Jumbo Bucks.
Five family members were left homeless Tuesday when a fire ripped through their house on Pete's Drive in North Hall.
A section of Ga. 347 has partially opened to South Hall County motorists.
Gainesville City Council voted 4-1 Tuesday to approve an amendment to the alcoholic beverage ordinance that will allow Growlers on Main, a Flowery Branch establishment that serves draft beer to go, to open a new location in the downtown square.
Oakwood police are searching for a short man "who walks like a penguin," who is suspected in an antiques shop burglary.
Neither rain nor fire can keep Shenanigans Irish Restaurant & Pub from celebrating St. Patrick's Day.
Boy Scouts make a pledge "to help other people at all times." It's a trait Scouts honor when others exemplify the value as well.
The Times and Document Destruction Services will combine for a document shredding event Friday to benefit Hall County Relay for Life.
Brenau University President Ed Schrader is marking off the days until the end of the school year.
In 2003, a battle brewed in Georgia's legislature over the creation of a statewide indigent defense system.
The city of Gainesville is considering allowing digital billboards to be erected within the city limits, but concerns remain about how distracting such electronic signs might be to drivers.
The Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint Stakeholders soldiers on, but behind closed doors.
With cold weather often leading to alternative methods of heating homes, Hall County Fire Marshal Capt. Scott Cagle recommends the following precautions:
Braving winter weather
Here are some tips to help you deal with the summer heat wave.