Hall County said goodbye to several business leaders, educators and other notable local figures in 2011. The following is a list of some of those the community lost in the past year.
For good reason, 2011 will be a year that many involved in Hall County government will want to forget.
Firefighters and Emergency Medical Technicians must undergo extensive training, leaving a significant bill for fire services to pay.
Master Sgt. Dean Smith gave three years of his life to Army service in Iraq - three years he could have spent at home, helping his wife raise two young children.
Ken Stanford never intended to get into the news business.
It's a year-end tradition that sets teeth to chattering.
In 2011, 78 people convicted of murder were sentenced to die.
Gail Schneider has a magnet on her refrigerator that says, "Stop me before I volunteer again."
One person was injured in a four-vehicle wreck Saturday afternoon on Green Street in Gainesville.
Making donations to charities is always a good thing. Not only does it provide resources for a worthy cause but it can also give you a tax break.
2012 is less than 24 hours away.
Many people are looking to begin the new year with a bang.
John Harper's got a good ear.
The year 2011 started off with a monster snowstorm that brought much of North Georgia to a halt.
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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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