Former state Rep. James Mills, who was supposed to join the state Board of Pardons and Paroles in January, will take the post immediately, the governor's office announced Monday.
Gainesville's American Legion Post 7 and two area colleges have announced plans to honor veterans Friday.
Five months after an accident totalled one of the Good News at Noon vans, the ministry is making due with what it has.
Responses to a complaint filed over a faith-based, youth community center are due by today.
A mile-long construction maintenance project on Interstate 985 set to begin Tuesday must be done at daytime because the concrete can't be poured when the temperature is too cold.
This coming weekend may see perfect fall weather to accompany the changing of the leaves, despite rain looming earlier in the week.
Hispanic students make up a significant portion of Gainesville's eight schools.
Prior to Tuesday's arrests of four Northeast Georgia men accused of plotting attacks against the government, few would have suspected their profiles to fit that of suspected terrorists.
A federal grand jury on Thursday indicted four fringe militia members on four counts related to plotting attacks against the government.
As the time moves back to Standard Time today, the Gainesville Fire Department recommends replacing smoke alarm batteries.
Cody Stephens wants to become one of the first black valedictorians at Gainesville High School.
COVINGTON - A proposal to build a reservoir upstream of Lake Lanier in Hall County has landed on a state environmental group's list of 12 biggest threats to Georgia's waterways.
There's a tiny killing spree ravaging the Hemlock trees in the South.
Advance voting for Tuesday's elections ended Friday with few casting ballots in races for Gainesville City Council or a state House seat representing South Hall.
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HELEN - When most people think of Mardi Gras, they think of New Orleans, brightly colored costumes and elaborate floats crowded with people flinging beads and ...
Imagine waking up one day and thinking you won't be able to see your loved one again.
A Braselton mother and her son have been charged with multiple gun and drug charges.
The owner of the Greek Food Mart at 5646 Price Road on the western tip of Hall County claims that at the age of 75 ...
Algae and mahogany aren't words you use every day. Certainly not words frequently used by elementary and middle schoolers.
The J.A. Walters Family YMCA in Gainesville has begun an estimated $160,000 in repairs to its aquatics center.
Georgia lawmakers are again trying to let licensed gun owners carry concealed handguns on public college campuses.
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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