Quenn and her partners assisted in 135 arrests, apprehended 52 suspects and seized more than $35,000 worth of drugs and property in 2010.
Gov. Nathan Deal is taking a few minutes today to remember the 22 Georgia soldiers who died in Iraq and Afghanistan during the past year.
Superior Court Judge Jason Deal is still considering whether to suppress statements Reginald Coleman made during interrogation.
For the first time since early May, the Hall County area might get doused with rain today and Friday.
Only a handful of Gainesville City Schools employees - and no members of the public - were present at the school board's general budget hearings Wednesday.
Emotions ran high Tuesday as the faculty, students and community celebrated the last day of school at Fair Street International Baccalaureate World School, set to be demolished this fall and rebuilt.
A new Clermont ordinance could completely prohibit the sale of alcoholic beverages and include restrictions on open containers and brown-bagging.
A fall in projected sales tax revenue, brought about by a weakened economy, has Flowery Branch re-examining projects in its 1-percent special purpose local option sales tax program.
The Hall County school system is pioneering a 10-hour, four-day work week this summer in an effort to save money on utility costs.
A reception is set for 5-7 p.m. Thursday for Oakwood City Planner Larry Sparks, who is retiring this week after 38 years of public service.
Everything is mostly set. Now it's largely a matter of watching weather forecasts and hoping against a repeat of last year's thunderstorms.
Over the years, Susan Smithson has watched from home as Oprah Winfrey interviewed guests such as Tom Cruise, John Travolta and President Barack Obama.
Mitchell C. Simpson, 42, of Cornelia was indicted Tuesday on charges of making false statements to Cornelia-based Community Bank & Trust.
Evidence in the 2010 Valentine's Day murder of Richard Schoeck may be circumstantial, but it's sufficient, Hall County Superior Court Judge Jason Deal said Tuesday.
To balance its tight 2011-12 budget, Flowery Branch is resorting to several approaches, including raising water and sewer rates by 2 percent, freezing employee pay and benefits and moving $133,330 from a reserve fund.
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The new Lanier Christian Academy's campus is buzzing with activity before its first day of school - ever.
An alligator is a long way from the swamps where the reptiles are often found after it was reportedly spotted in a body of water ...
Two West Hall High School football players are accused of taking smartphone accessories from a Flowery Branch department store, police said.
Authorities are seeking help in identifying a man suspected in a robbery at A Wireless in the 4700 block of Lanier Islands Parkway in Buford.
Gainesville-based Northeast Georgia Health System is accused of medical malpractice in a lawsuit involving a Gwinnett County woman who suffered amputations as part of her ...
A little boy named Camden sat on the floor in front of a computer game. He watched and laughed as a character in the game ...
The leader of Georgia's university system announced Wednesday that he will retire at the end of the year, closing a term of more than ...
With the new school year starting, the timing is right on a newly installed traffic light on Spout Springs Road at Sterling on the Lake ...
Flowery Branch has a new community development and planning director.
A single-vehicle wreck on I-85 Wednesday morning killed two people and sent two others to the hospital with serious injuries, the Georgia State Patrol said ...
Plans for the new Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy will be discussed Saturday as part of the Gainesville City Schools Board of Education retreat.
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 ...
Braving winter weather
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