One school's fundraiser is such a long-standing tradition, it could probably set a record.
A pile of burning leaves can grow wild faster than it takes someone to grab a drink or use the bathroom. And that's exactly how brush fires usually occur, Hall County Fire Chief David Kimbrell said.
Like many parents with college-bound kids, Melody Taylor of Cumming is keeping an eye on Gov. Nathan Deal's proposals for the HOPE scholarship.
Money was the main focus at the Hall County school board's annual retreat Saturday.
When it first opened more than 30 years ago, the Georgia Mountains Center was Gainesville's shiny new magnet to lure convention business.
Fewer than 1 percent of eligible Hall County voters have decided so far whether to renew the special purpose local option sales tax for education.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners is hoping to cut costs on the Glades Reservoir project by finding a better price for engineering services.
A new coordinator has been named at the Hall County Extension.
Gainesville City Council members are turning their eyes toward downtown retail, urging city staff and Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce employees to fill empty storefronts.
Along with books and movies, a free trip to the zoo is now in circulation at Hall County's libraries.
Qymane Brawner, 17, has overcome many obstacles in his short lifetime.
The Gainesville Jaycees honored Davis White and Hart Wilheit Payne on Thursday night as Young Man and Young Woman of the Year.
The effects of Gainesville's new public safety building continue to reverberate through the city's departments.
Gainesville Police officers are directing traffic around a wreck on E.E. Butler Parkway this morning.
A Gainesville business that received a suspicious letter learned the threatening post was a false alarm.
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A raucous roar of cheering, stamping and squealing poured out of the Sardis Enrichment School gymnasium Friday morning.
Wednesday's unveiling of artifacts recovered from a northeast Hall County historic mill site likely would have delighted the late William L. Norton Jr.
An argument in a Lula man's car preceded three gunshots to the chest and arms, a Gainesville Police investigator testified Thursday.
Braving winter weather
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