The long wait is over. Gainesville City Schools Board officially no longer has a budget deficit.
Between the Hall County Board of Commissioners and the Hall County School Board, there aren't enough extra funds to repair an elementary school driveway.
Hard decisions are expected when a regional panel charged with compiling projects for next year's transportation tax vote meets today.
The inmate who died Friday night at the Hall County Jail has been identified as Nathaniel Joel Whited, 29, of Flowery Branch.
Hall County firefighters responded Monday morning to mobile home and tractor-trailer blazes within a few hours of each other.
The driver in a July 4 wreck that killed two teenagers has been charged with vehicular homicide, according to Georgia State Patrol officials.
Sgt. Kiley Sargent, a public information officer for the Hall County Sheriff's Office, is recovering after an off-duty motorcycle wreck Saturday in Swain County, N.C.
The woman seriously injured in a wreck off Interstate 985 Sunday has been identified.
A significant figure from Forsyth County's past soon will be returned to his final resting place.
Three years ago, the Gainesville City Schools Board had a $6.5 million deficit.
Area residents will have to wait a little longer on the new Park & Ride lot off Hamilton Mill Road in North Gwinnett County.
It might sound extreme, but climbing 120-foot trees in five minutes is old hat for Gainesville resident Odis Sisk.
Gainesville resident Chad Cobb is the lone Democratic candidate so far in the race for Hall County sheriff.
A Buford woman was flown this afternoon by helicopter to Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta after suffering injuries in a 1:45 p.m. wreck on Interstate 985 in the southbound lanes north of Exit 17.
An inmate died Friday night at the Hall County Jail, and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation has been called in to investigate.
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