A small ammonia leak at a business on Palmer Drive in Gainesville Friday afternoon led to the evacuation of all employees.
There are several state championship trophies in the case at Buford High School.
Transportation officials answered questions and concerns, as well as laid out additional plans Thursday night during two separate public meetings for improvement to Spout Springs and Friendship roads.
Beginning this past Monday, Northeast Georgia Medical Center spent time preparing for a potential biological attack. The very same kind of attack a group of Northeast Georgia fringe militia members were allegedly plotting.
One person has qualified so far this week for the vacant Post 3 Flowery Branch City Council seat.
More businesses in America were started during the Great Depression than any other time in history.
Flowery Branch residents won't have to worry about streetlight charges this year.
Federal legislation named for a local Peace Corps volunteer slain in west Africa has been sent to President Barack Obama.
The northbound ramp on Interstate 985 Exit 20 at Candler Road is open again after a wreck that injured one closed it earlier this afternoon, authorities said.
Prosecutors filed a motion Wednesday afternoon to allow for more time to prepare for a detention hearing on four suspected militia members charged Tuesday with plotting attacks against the government.
Six of the 41 schools in Gainesville and Hall County systems did not make Adequate Yearly Progress for 2011, according to final results released Wednesday.
Most big banks have decided to drop debit card fees they recently instituted after customer outrage about the move lead to the closing of accounts.
Flowery Branch is working to get what the city hopes will be its last state permit to operate a small sewer plant at Cinnamon Cove, a condominium complex about three miles from town.
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For many, the Jan. 26 announcement may have come as a sudden surprise, but Mincey Marble's decision to move its operations away from its ...
Fear is returning to the heart of the predominantly Mexican business district in Gainesville.
Less than a mile separates the old and new locations of ECHO Wellness Center.
When winter weather hits North Georgia, the proper preparation can help get you through the storm and stay warm and safe. Follow these tips:
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