Gainesville Police have identified Thomas Ramirez, 52, as the driver of the Good News at Noon van that ran a red light and collided with a dump truck Wednesday afternoon.
Hall County's proposed 2012 budget would slash spending by closing nearly all county parks and four of its six libraries to make up an $11.5 million deficit.
CLERMONT - Emotions ran high Thursday night as area residents not only voiced opinions on Hall County's proposed budget cuts but shared how the economy has fractured their lives.
Gainesville City Council is split over whether to spend a budget surplus to beef up its reserves or cut taxes.
Although Flowery Branch City Council members can see the benefits of unifying the public works department in a single location, they are having second thoughts about immediately funding the project.
Allen and Doris Conner moved to a 9 acre plot of land in Clermont in 1977.
The cost of taking the GED test will remain the same for now while the company that administers the test resolves technical issues with giving the test by computer.
The Hall County Animal Shelter has 50 dogs that are about to find a new home, but it won't be Hall County - or even in the South, for that matter.
Several local agriculturalists were honored Thursday morning at the annual Hall County agribusiness breakfast.
North Hall area residents have a chance tonight to share their opinions on the proposed fiscal year 2012 county budget.
Gainesville police officers Kevin Holbrook and Joe Britte are well-trained in the art of establishing a perimeter.
Dawsonville's storied racing history revved up over the weekend as volunteers with the Georgia Racing Hall of Fame celebrated the museum's grand reopening.
WASHINGTON - The latest standoff in the capital over spending cuts and raising the debt ceiling escalated Wednesday, with next year's election looming over the debate.
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A Toccoa man was ejected from his car Monday morning and killed after his car overturned on Ga. 365 in Alto.
Authorities identified the victim of a boating incident Friday on Lake Lanier as Department of Natural Resources personnel continue to search for the body.
Two suspects used $1,000 of fake money made for movies to buy lawn equipment last month at a Buford Wal-Mart, police said.
The Times began covering the Olympics' arrival in Hall County from the day the announcement was made. The headlines prior to the Games and during ...
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