A Gainesville community group is raising awareness of a Northeast Georgia program focused on lowering the heating bill for low-income residents.
John W. Jacobs Jr. came home to Gainesville from World War II and built a media empire.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has reduced the amount of water it sends from Lake Lanier's Buford Dam, granting a request from Georgia to conserve the source of much of metro Atlanta's drinking water.
A normal deer herd is between 25 and 30 per square mile.
All over the country today, families gather around the dinner table to celebrate their blessings.
When the Hall County Sheriff's Office purchased an armored vehicle in August, SWAT Team members planned to use it to ensure officer safety during standoff situations.
From 1962 to 1969, E.E. Butler High School was the home of the mighty, mighty Tigers.
Fiscal accountability is about to get a little easier in Hall County.
Journey, the classic '70s rock band, wrote a hit single about what happens "when the lights go down in the city."
The Gainesville Police Department has charged a Gainesville man in connection with three robberies last week.
Local authorities plan to increase patrols during the Thanksgiving travel period and are stressing the importance of safe driving with more cars on the roads.
Harold Johnson Jr. and his family know what they're thankful for this Thanksgiving.
Northeast Georgia Health System and Northeast Georgia Physicians Group have signed multi-year agreements with Cigna on in-network health care, officials announced Tuesday.
A federal judge cited public safety concerns as reasoning to why she denied bond to four Northeast Georgia men accused of plotting attacks against government buildings and employees.
A man involved in the petition to recall Craig Lutz has asked a Gwinnett County judge not to force the petition leader to pay the Hall County commissioner's legal fees.
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A jury will return this morning to hear opening statements and testimony in an alleged fatal fight at a Gainesville apartment last year.
The kiosk allowing residents to renew their car tag at the North Hall Community and Technology Center is moving to a new location.
Residents can give their views about alcohol sales in Lula at a public hearing 5:30 p.m. Monday at City Hall, 6055 Main St.
The Gainesville Target is getting renovated, and local customers say they are excited.
Every president entering office has bumpy times getting a staff in place, "and we're seeing a little bit of that" from President Donald Trump ...
Community donations to Gainesville schools topped $53,000 during the second quarter ending Dec. 31.
The familiar NBG logo is gone from the Gainesville bank's brick exterior, but officials at the new State Bank and Trust Co. taking over ...
Christy Crumbley's company doesn't look for lonely roads to put up a storefront.
Two lanes of cars stretched bumper to bumper from the main entrance of Centennial Arts Academy as parents and other legal guardians waited in line ...
Payouts from another government employee retirement plan in Georgia are nearly triple what is received by the lead plaintiff in a $75 million class-action lawsuit ...
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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