Oakwood City Council gave its final OK Monday night to changes in its alcoholic beverages law, lowering the minimum requirement for seating areas in restaurants to 35 from 55.
A line of thunderstorms that spawned tornadoes across the Midwest could bring severe weather to Northeast Georgia tonight.
Deputies took three men into custody following a suspicious vehicle fire at Mountain View Park off Browns Bridge Road on Monday.
MURRAYVILLE - Workers wrestled the sheep outside the pen to a waiting electric razor wielded by Randy Pinson of Cartersville.
Rudy Guerrero is proud of his boyhood dreams of military combat, his Marine service in Vietnam and his opinions today.
Amanda Worley was two credits shy of earning a diploma when she was allowed to walk across the stage as part of Dawson County High School's class of 1998.
Jonathan Mixon is a storm-chaser in the making.
With a parade added to the festivities, Keep Hall Beautiful officials can only imagine how many pounds of chicken will be served at this year's Spring Chicken Festival.
It's rare Masayo Ogawa's gets any phone calls before 7 a.m. But as she drove to work on the morning of March 11, her phone was ringing off the hook.
Hall Area Transit has decided not to pursue some $200,000 in federal stimulus money, as plans for a proposed maintenance building haven't materialized.
Several Hall County community members are ready to turn 185 acres into one of the nation's largest hardwood botanical gardens.
With the danger of frost over, it's finally safe to trade in those winter gloves for the gardening ones.
CUMMING - At the junction of Jot Em Down, Hopewell and A.C. Smith roads in Forsyth County sits an old red building, partly covered in overgrowth.
Jordan Collins is feeling a true sense of freedom.
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