In general, people don't pay much attention to trees unless one is about to fall on their house, but that is not the case for a group of Jefferson volunteers.
When Vickie Stewart purchased two copies of "The Red Hat Club" directly from the book's author, Haywood Smith, after a baby shower in 2004, she didn't intend to read it.
Lanier Charter Career Academy's new Digital High program is giving students interested in multimedia and online marketing a chance to get their feet wet.
A possibly intoxicated driver barrelled through the courtyard of the Hall County Courthouse on Wednesday.
Residents living near Chateau Elan soon may have the opportunity to shop a little closer to home.
It's an emergency. Frantically, you dial 911. The operator answers, takes your information, and notifies the appropriate responders.
Now what happens?
Wet weather moving through Georgia in advance of storms along the Gulf Coast dropped as much as 4 inches of rain in parts of the state and has pushed Lake Lanier over the 1072-foot level.
Representing every branch of the armed forces and every theater of combat, a line of veterans filed onto the basketball court Tuesday night at East Hall High School to applause from those gathered to honor them.
Gainesville's Planning and Appeals Board on Tuesday voted to recommend that the City Council approve a number of changes to the city's Unified Land Development Code.
A sergeant in the military once told Hall County resident Becky Pratt that the worst feeling to experience after arriving at an overseas deployment is "that you've been forgotten."
Today on Veterans Day, veterans both young and old will pause to reflect on their service and those who fought before them.
The United Way of Hall County has three more months to meet its $1.87 million goal.
A Sunday event bringing together veterans organizations from Hall County had plenty of World War II items on display but no veterans from that era to talk about them.
A fire in a duplex on East Main Street displaced two families and killed five pets Tuesday, according to Hall County Fire officials.
Author Haywood Smith smiled Tuesday when her attorney said parts of her book read like scenes from the 50's-era television series "I Love Lucy."
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Each year, students with behavioral or psychological disabilities are sent from local public schools to the Futures Program.
Punctuated by the snip-snip-snip of scissors, the dialogue between Pauline Skinner and Stylarama "operator" Sherry Armstrong touches on most every subject.
Women all over the country buy and sell breast milk, but may not realize the inherent risks of doing so.
With the nation mourning the loss of four Marines and one Navy officer who lost their lives in the attack on two military centers in ...
Area residents are skeptical about progress but eager to see completion of the Appalachian Parkway - formerly known as the Cleveland Bypass.
Anthony Hughes of Carrollton is dead serious about buccaneer life, from the bandanna tied around his head to the black Cavalier boots on his feet.
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