Roger Walters checks another health concern off his list Wednesday as he visits interactive booths at the fifth annual HealthSmart Expo.
A museum showcasing Civil War Gen. James Longstreet, who spent much of his post-war days in Gainesville, is set to open today in the East Tennessee community of Russellville.
University System of Georgia Chancellor Hank Huckaby is hopeful that Georgia's 35 public colleges and universities will receive full funding for fiscal year 2013 regardless of talk about consolidation.
At first glance you would never know James Pass has a disability.
A local taxi cab driver was attacked and his taxi stolen on North Avenue in Gainesville Tuesday evening, police said.
A generation ago, students carried textbooks home every night.
The Greater Hall County Chamber of Commerce has teamed up with several local health care groups to bring them all under one roof for a day of health and wellness.
The cost to adopt a pet from the Hall County Animal Shelter is likely to increase in the coming days, as are other fees charged by the shelter.
Candidates for state House District 25 will get the chance to spar on the issues at a public forum Nov. 1.
Hall County will soon have a new finance director, Administrator Randy Knighton announced Tuesday.
For some Gainesville State College sociology students, service learning is more than just a class requirement.
A veteran local sheriff's deputy has been terminated amid allegations he had inappropriate sexual conduct with a woman while on duty.
A Gainesville man and a Lawrenceville man have been arrested on murder and other charges in connection with a man killed at a Lawrenceville apartment complex, police said.
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An Anderson, S.C., man is accused of trying to sell fake gold bars at a Gainesville pawn shop, according to authorities.
Hall County Coroner Marion Merck has identified the two children killed Sunday afternoon in a southeast Hall County wreck.
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