A North Georgia woman who pleaded guilty to explosives charges was sentenced Friday to serve six years on probation, but a federal judge warned her that if she appears before him again, he will send her to prison.
Area veterans and doctors at the Department of Veterans Affairs' Oakwood clinic joined federal officials Friday in a dedication ceremony.
Brenau University junior Zalina Nazarova has been glued to her television night after night for the past couple of weeks.
A widowed Hall County woman has been awarded more than $2 million by a federal jury in a wrongful death suit.
Three elementary school students suffered minor injuries this afternoon after the school bus they were in entered an intersection in East Hall County and was hit by a car. The driver of the car also was injured.
Area business and organization representatives mingled and residents browsed booths at the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce's Buy Local Safe and Green Expo on Thursday at the Gainesville Civic Center.
After months of delay, developers of a proposed 476-acre mixed-use development in Northeast Hall County finally got the nod they were looking for Thursday night.
After Marsha Glover thanked the jurors and state's attorneys, she held her husband in a long embrace. It was an emotional release for the stepmother who said it was a "fight" for justice in the death of her son, Kile Glover.
The annual Arbor Day Celebration is scheduled for 10 a.m. today at Don Carter State Park in Gainesville.
A new traffic signal has started operating at Ga. 11/Limestone Parkway and the entrance to the New Holland Marketplace.
Those looking for work are invited to take part in a regional job fair next week in Cumming.
"Don't give up, don't give out and don't give in."
A Lumpkin County inmate captured late Wednesday after he spent nearly 24 hours on the run has two more felony charges to add to the seven he already was facing.
Local schools can rest easy as the state Board of Education has eased up on requirements to make up lost days.
Severe thunderstorms are forecasted to hit overnight throughout North Georgia and could bring isolated tornadoes.
With cold weather often leading to alternative methods of heating homes, Hall County Fire Marshal Capt. Scott Cagle recommends the following precautions:
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