A few of the fastest-growing two-year colleges in the nation can be found in North Georgia, according to a new report from Community College Week Magazine.
Hall County is looking under every rock for ways to pull in a little more revenue this year.
The Veterans & Community Outreach Foundation is still reeling after an intruder stole the Christmas gifts the organization collected for 30 needy children.
Gainesville firefighters are trying to determine what caused a tractor-trailer filled with hair spray cans to catch fire at a business Monday.
Six Gainesville teenagers have been charged with attempted burglary.
Aside from his work on the annual "Christmas is One Language" concert, Enrique Montiel's holiday preparations in Gainesville are low-key - maybe a wreath on the door, but that's about it.
Friendship Road and Lanier Islands Parkway are Hall County's next big home for orange barrels.
Flowery Branch used to have zero dollars pledged to its roads program.
When Alexander Larsen decided to join the Air Force, he was faced with some tough realities. Changing careers. Moving to a new state. Not seeing his friends and family for two years.
Here's Hall County's situation.
Once upon a time, a gingerbread girl was anxiously awaiting the town party. But her dreams may be dashed by a mean-spirted butterscotch, who is committed to stopping her.
Gainesville's public utilities department is moving forward with plans to improve water mains along 17 roads across the county.
Starting Tuesday, political reporters Carolyn Crist and Melissa Weinman begin a series on one-on-one interviews with some of the state's biggest newsmakers who happen to call Northeast Georgia home.
Gov.-elect Nathan Deal says dramatic changes could be ahead for Georgia's HOPE Scholarship program to help counter an alarming shortfall.
After wrapping up its final meeting this week, the Special Joint Committee on Immigration Reform is prepared for the immigration legislation that is almost certain to come up when the General Assembly meets in January.
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In the coming weeks, Gainesville school officials will be making important financial decisions related to the Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy replacement project.
A man with a water hose stands nearby to spray and clear the dust rising from the rubble as the excavator reaches its mechanical claw ...
Development of a proposed "alpine coaster" can move forward now that the Helen City Commission has given its approval.
When winter weather hits North Georgia, the proper preparation can help get you through the storm and stay warm and safe. Follow these tips:
A Jan. 24 deadline has been set for Georgia and Florida to try again to settle a U.S. Supreme Court dispute over water consumption ...
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