They were just telling stories, really, about a beloved friend and fellow firefighter whose absence left a hole in many hearts as well as volunteer services.
Gainesville officials are ready to bring some greenery to the midtown greenway.
Army Spc. Michael Walker returned from deployment in Afghanistan a year ago, yet he's just now getting his homecoming.
Grady Young is long gone, but his spirit lives on as his family and supporters continue his good works through the Grady Young Foundation. The nonprofit held its major fundraising events over the weekend.
With Crossover Day behind them, state lawmakers are beginning to prioritize their final plans for the 2011 General Assembly session.
New school roofs and air conditioning systems may be up first on a list of projects to be funded by Hall County's 1-cent sales tax for education.
MOUNT AIRY - John Church grew up around farming and, although he has forged a career in the logging business, still keeps crops and raises chickens on his rural Habersham County land.
If the warm spring weather tempts you to jump in Lake Lanier - don't.
In the shadow of towering mansions in the Sidney on Lanier neighborhood is a quaint two bedroom, one bath lake cottage that David Dell and his wife Caroline recently purchased.
It takes more than a uniform and badge to scare off one group of competitive shooters.
Several Northeast Georgia cities saw their populations double during the last decade, according to numbers released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Pete Martin, John Melvin and Martha Nesbitt stand for the Boy Scouts oath in their own way.
The Gainesville City Schools board will vote Monday on a plan aimed at preserving the system's pre-kindergarten teacher salaries.
A Marietta man was arrested within hours of his alleged Gainesville bank heist and getaway by taxicab, officers said.
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