It seemed like every Gainesville official was at the public safety complex dedication on Tuesday afternoon.
Oakwood residents should begin to see property tax bills in the mail.
Two women battling cancer stand to benefit from fundraisers this weekend.
For years, Dylnn Armstrong-Williams has helped expose young people to diverse cultures and languages.
Although many people would rather jump into bed after working a late-night shift at work, Frank Spalletti chose to clock-in for a different job - one that he doesn't get paid for.
A powerful storm that included a possible tornado tore up an estimated 56 homes and one business in Buford Tuesday afternoon, but nobody was reported injured, said Gwinnett County police Cpl. Jake Smith.
Flowery Branch City Council's regularly scheduled meeting on Thursday has been canceled because of a lack of agenda items, said City Clerk Melissa McCain.
Everyday, Hospice of Northeast Georgia Medical Center helps provide quality care to individuals with incurable diseases.
More than 1 million people are living with HIV in the United States, and one in five of those are unaware of their infection, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates.
An exhibit at Brenau University allows people to enter the world of gorilla researcher Dian Fossey, with items such as the typewriter Fossey used to write "Gorillas in the Mist."
A 19-year-old man was in stable condition late Monday after being shot in the abdomen at his South Hall home earlier in the day.
Gainesville will celebrate its 189th birthday today by opening - well, cutting - the ribbon on its new public safety complex.
A cold, nasty turn in the weather has many thinking of - and dreading - their upcoming heating bills. But for some, there is help.
Officials from the World Language Academy are looking to expand the school next year, which they say would involve little cost and few staff changes.
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The University of North Georgia ranked 24th among public regional universities in the South, according to U.S. News & World Report.
Gainesville resident Doug Hanson has a passion for helping the homeless.
The Georgia Mountains YMCA's 5-year stay in Oakwood appears to be ending.
Three "owners" of businesses received financing offers from the Lake Lanier Sharks on Tuesday morning, but only two accepted the offers.
Buddy Curry shared stories from his football playing days and highlighted how concussions were previously underestimated for years, shrugged off as a mere "ding."
Braving winter weather
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