A delay in the expected cost increase for testing has led more students to seek their GED before year's end.
Independence Day celebrations got an early start Sunday evening with the Patriotic Pops Concert at Brenau University Amphitheater.
Jill and Andrew "Sully" Sullens aren't just building a new home - they're building a new life after Andy's life-changing 2009 injuries while serving in Afghanistan.
ATHENS - Georgia's state climatologist's office says June was one of the hottest on record in various Georgia cities, and the warmest ever recorded in Columbus.
A South Hall family continues to recover in hospitals after their home exploded early Friday morning.
Gainesville property owners should be getting the first of their split bills in their mailboxes this week.
A motorcyclist was killed Sunday afternoon in an accident on Oak Street in Gainesville, police said.
The holiday weekend counted its first drowning at Lake Lanier Sunday after getting off to a slow start.
It takes a lot to be an American.
Tommy Bowers of Gainesville walks with a slight limp and carries the scars of a war he fought long ago.
Gainesville Public Utilities customers will have the option to enroll in a program that will help their neighbors in need simply by paying their water bill.
Priced at $22 million, the Tanners Mill Ranch is certainly not a home for your average buyer.
A cup of hot tea, a piece of cheese toast and Carol Burrell is out the door.
As Carol Burrell takes the helm as CEO of Northeast Georgia Medical Center, moving forward on a 100-bed hospital in South Hall is near the top of her to-do list.
The holiday weekend is a time to fire up the grill, put your feet up and relax - that is, unless you work for the Georgia State Patrol.
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Five people were taken to the hospital Tuesday after a two-car collision on Ga.369/Jesse Jewell Parkway in Gainesville, according to authorities.
Settlement talks appear to be crumbling between Georgia and Florida before an Oct. 31 "water wars" trial between the states.
With a crane putting a 16-ton monument snugly into place Tuesday, workers now can go full steam completing improvements to historic Roosevelt Square in downtown ...
With 385 acres now in hand, a developer now can move ahead on developing an 800-home active adult community in Braselton.
Braving winter weather
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