Jamie Bennett is already ahead of many teens when it comes to college readiness.
Valentine's Day is dedicated to love, or should be.
A new bill introduced into the Georgia House of Representatives may give counties more flexibility in how special purpose local option sales tax dollars are spent.
Gainesville is ready to move forward with its comprehensive land-use plan, a report that will outline community development goals for the next 20 years.
School leaders are hoping to ease confusion about renewing a sales tax for education as early voters head to the ballot box this month.
With a ladder set up underneath Gainesville's famous Christmas tree, Anna Hauser climbed around from limb to limb Friday.
A man from the Netherlands has been sentenced in federal court for crimes related to his distribution of drugs through the U.S. Postal Service and cooperating U.S. citizens, including a Gainesville resident.
Gainesville police arrested two Atlanta men Thursday night, one of whom is accused of using fake checks, credit cards and identification to buy $1,800 in merchandise from local stores.
Free falling is a sensation Bianca Vera will never forget, and never wants to experience again.
Homeland security is more about "hometown security," the Rev. Rose Johnson-Mackey of Gainesville discovered in a trip to Washington.
Georgia State Patrol troopers do not expect to charge the teen driver of a car that struck and killed a 69-year-old woman Wednesday on East Hall Road.
Spring Street between Green and Bradford streets will be closed from 8:30-11:30 a.m. today.
A Dawsonville woman has been charged in connection with a five-vehicle, chain-reaction wreck that injured three people Thursday afternoon on Ga. 400.
Redeveloping downtown and attracting industry are the keys to success in 2011, Gainesville-Hall County Economic Development Council officials told Gainesville City Council members Thursday.
Meg Nivens is bringing a new energy to Vision 2030.
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Authorities are looking for a Dahlonega man last seen Monday morning in Flowery Branch.
Right of way acquisition could start in earnest this spring on the Spout Springs Road widening project in South Hall.
There was a time when the town of Clermont didn't have "anybody around here," Mayor Jim Nix said. Those simpler times are a thing ...
For one Flowery Branch woman, 'Bad Medicine' was good medicine.
Hall County officials continued to keep a close watch on the bottom line as they dealt with department requests at Board of Commissioners meeting Thursday ...
Like a game of Tetris, the three pieces of a modular home dropped into place Thursday on Spring Street in Gainesville.
When winter weather hits North Georgia, the proper preparation can help get you through the storm and stay warm and safe. Follow these tips:
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