Some leaders of Gainesville will be locked up on Tuesday, but not for any wrongdoing; they will be taking part in the Muscular Dystrophy Association's Gainesville Lock-Up.
Two vacant homes were deemed total losses this weekend after separate fires engulfed the buildings.
The Humane Society of Hall County has an immediate need for donations of cat and kitten food.
The Hall County school system has a program in place, educators hope, that stops student drug use in its tracks.
One hundred years ago, a group of business leaders, all men of course, gathered to form the Gainesville Chamber of Commerce.
Hall County's Olympic rowing and paddling venue is getting a visit from some elite athletes from north of the border this week.
Lauren "Bubba" McDonald, Jr. announced Saturday that he will attempt to reclaim his seat on the Georgia Public Service Commission in November's election.
Continuing work on U.S. 129 as well as Interstate 985 at Exit 16 in Oakwood will close lanes this week.
The Hall County school system is proposing a payroll change that, officials say, will boost employees' retirement income.
Relief may be on the way for Gainesville State College's bustling Watkinsville campus.
Gainesville City Council members got a bit of good news Thursday in the last hearing before City Manager Bryan Shuler presents the final budget on May 8.
If things had only worked out a little differently, perhaps Gainesville would have been the dinosaur capital of the world. Turns out that chicken you had for lunch or dinner may have come from a direct descendant of giant creatures that once roamed the earth.
Former Public Service Commissioner Lauren "Bubba" McDonald Jr. of Clarkesville said Friday that he is exploring the possibility of a bid to regain his seat on the PSC.
Are cows and conservation mutually exclusive?
ATLANTA - An Army medic who worked security for an Atlanta strip club while stationed at Dahlonega's Camp Frank D. Merrill pleaded guilty Thursday to torching a competing club for $5,000.
While construction is rolling along on most of Ga. 347 in South Hall, the last link of that project - between McEver Road and Lake Lanier Islands - is in the throes of design.
One month after David Sanchez was killed, his family and friends said they would wear black until his killer was brought to justice.
Evelyn Franklin, co-owner of gift shop Cozy Corner on Gainesville's downtown square, said Internet retailers that don't charge sales tax on online purchases hurt her business.
A day of rain might stop a lot of people from competing, but certainly not a rubber duck.
Two men were arrested Saturday and charged with fleeing a drug arrest by the Hall County Multi Agency Narcotics Squad, Lt. Scott Ware said in a news release.
A few hiccups are to be expected with any major relocation.
So where did spring go?
Gainesville City Clerk Denise Jordan said she is uncomfortable imposing and collecting fees from elected officials as part of the new reporting requirements that will take effect Jan. 1.
Construction workers at the Northeast Georgia Medical Center's new Braselton campus were busy at work in the early hours of Friday.
The atrium of Gainesville High School was filled with educators, students, and local supporters of the arts Friday night as they gathered to honor Pam Ware as the 2012 Woodruff Salutes Theatre Educator Honoree.
Brenau University Women's College celebrated its 134th commencement exercise Friday afternoon. A total of 171 students received their diplomas. The featured speaker was Princeton University professor Anne-Marie Slaughter, formerly the top official for policy and planning in the U.S. Department of State and recently named president of the New America Foundation. Slaughter urged graduates to "follow your heart" in making career and family choices. "It is up to us to make it a woman's world, ...
You've filed your taxes and had time to catch your breath from that, but now you may be wondering what to do with those documents.
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