"By the grace of God" - that's the only way Crystal Smith and Teesha Jenkins can explain it.
A Flowery Branch man was indicted last week by a Hall County grand jury on several counts of sexual exploitation of children.
A Hall County grand jury indicted Randall Lewis Breazeale of Flowery Branch last week on several counts stemming from the September murder of a Lawrenceville man.
State School Superintendent John Barge Tuesday named 50 students, including three from Northeast Georgia, to the 2011-2012 Student Advisory Council.
Gov. Nathan Deal has appointed three local people to statewide positions.
Authorities have identified the body of a man discovered Tuesday morning in a wrecked car off Candler Highway in South Gainesville as Cody Lamar Griffin, 22.
Oakwood residents' tax rate for 2012 stands unchanged over the current rate.
When soldiers are stationed abroad, they are immersed in foreign language and culture, sometimes without the proficiency necessary to be successful.
Residents of Cornelia are mourning the loss of a leader this week.
Alcohol and speed were likely a factor in a Sunday afternoon wreck that injured two Flowery Branch residents.
Time is of critical importance in the event of a heart attack.
In one month, state Rep. Doug Collins raised more than $114,000 in his campaign to become Georgia's newest congressman.
The Georgia Supreme Court reinstated a death sentence for a Statham man charged in the 1994 shooting deaths of two women in Hall County.
A local partnership recently learned it will receive more than $121,000 to help fund its efforts to improve the lives of young people.
See that shining sun today? Cherish it.
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More overnight lane closures are set as part of work on the Boling Bridge replacement on Dawsonville Highway/Ga. 53 near the Hall-Forsyth county line.
A Buford woman was killed by an allegedly drunken driver Sunday night at Lanier Islands Parkway/Ga. 347 and McEver Road in South Hall.
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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