JEFFERSON - As the mother of two, Rebekah McDowell knows how quickly children can outgrow their clothes and how expensive it can be to buy new ones.
The age-old forensic craft of fingerprint identification just got a 21st century upgrade in Gainesville.
Mike Baker moved nearly a year ago to Bell Drive in South Hall because of the surroundings.
Georgia residents with January and February birthdays soon may receive a surprise gift.
Two people were treated for minor smoke inhalation Wednesday after escaping a fire that destroyed their house in North Hall.
In celebration of Black History Month, several Brenau University student organizations have joined to bring civil rights leader Diane Nash to the school's campus on Thursday.
Authorities on Tuesday released the identity of a Snellville man shot to death in a remote North Hall park Sunday night but provided little additional information in the unsolved murder.
BUFORD - The future of 1071 Coalition, a Lake Lanier advocacy group, is unclear after the group releases its long-awaited economic impact study this spring.
Some questions surrounding the worst crime in the history of Hoschton likely will remain unanswered after a Jackson County man admitted in court to killing four people, including his two children.
The Children's Center for Hope and Healing has moved into a location that doubles its space.
Gainesville's elected officials took the first step Tuesday toward banning skateboarders from the city's public areas.
The media center at Flowery Branch High School was somewhat of an alternate universe Tuesday afternoon.
The Clermont City Council decided Tuesday it was willing to take any action necessary to keep the North Hall library in Clermont.
Saying a former Gainesville youth minister's breach of trust will have a lifelong impact on two young men, a judge sentenced the convicted child molester to 18 years in prison Tuesday.
Hall County officials have reopened a portion of the county-owned parking deck in downtown Gainesville that had been closed for repairs.
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If you see soldiers jumping from helicopters into Lake Lanier next week, don't worry, there's no emergency.
One of Thomas Ramirez's most vivid memories of Good News at Noon founder Gene Beckstein, who died Wednesday at age 93, came when the ...
A dozen fifth-graders lined up Tuesday in the Wauka Mountain Multiple Intelligences Academy gymnasium, nocking arrows in their bows and firing at targets yards away.
Braving winter weather
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