For Karen Rabb, Rally for the Cure is a cause she holds dear.
A group of students at North Georgia College & State University will spend a month on campus, walking, talking, living and breathing Chinese - or Arabic, Russian or Spanish, as the case may be.
It's one thing to read about something in a textbook, but it's quite another to hear firsthand accounts from people who have lived it.
When it comes down to the Criterion-Referenced Competency Test, one week of testing can define an entire year for a school.
Every morning, people line up to give drug-screen samples inside a nondescript building a block from the sheriff's office on Main Street.
Gainesville officials are holding off on a discussion of next year's budget for its trash collection service until they gather more information about its future.
Gainesville officials are making sure they're getting all the taxes they are owed - at least, all the alcoholic beverage and hotel/motel taxes.
All Stephanie Moore wanted was a paperclip.
Gainesville officials say they plan to explore private trash collection for residents in the next few months.
For those hoping to travel soon to Europe, everything is up in the air - quite literally.
A Lula man was flown to an Atlanta hospital Monday night after he was struck while riding a four-wheeler.
Bimbo Brewer is one of the first people who crime victims and witnesses turn to when they ask "why?"
They may not be on the payroll, but Northeast Georgia Medical Center's volunteers play an important role at the hospital.
At the county's final budget hearing Tuesday, officials discussed ways for Hall County Fire and EMS to save money in the future - including consolidating the department with Gainesville's.
Lt. Brian Kelly, a former investigations commander and 14-year veteran of the Gainesville Police Department, will be the department's next chief of police, City Manager Kip Padgett announced Tuesday.
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A little boy looked up at a towering, blow-up water slide. His friend was afraid to climb it, but the boy had words of advice.
Up to five craftsman-style cottages are planned along Mulberry Street, a largely undeveloped and heavily wooded area off Atlanta Highway in Flowery Branch.
The Dunkin' Donuts on Thompson Bridge Road opened for the first time Tuesday.
A 110-unit active adult community off Spring Road and McEver Road in Gainesville is a step closer to development.
Despite protests from neighboring businesses, the Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board gave its OK Tuesday night to a Golden Corral restaurant off Browns Bridge Road ...
A new hotel can build closer to Flat Creek in Gainesville than normally allowed but not to the extent that was first planned.
Braving winter weather
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