A manufacturer of aluminum wheels announced Monday that it would close its Gainesville plant, leaving 290 workers out of a job.
On Monday morning, nine students at Chestatee Middle School came to school with hair cascading over their shoulders. When they went home Monday afternoon, it was considerably shorter.
The American archaeology professor readjusted the orange scarf hanging loosely around his neck, making sure it was still visible.
Gainesville State College has no intercollegiate athletic teams to cheer for, but it has a business division club that has become quite a powerhouse.
Abbott Swift Hayes, who devoted countless hours as a coach of youth baseball, died at home Sunday after a three-year battle with cancer. He was 67.
The past will come alive again Tuesday when Gordon Sawyer presents his book, "Richard Kidder: WWII Survivor," at the Northeast Georgia History Center.
Donnie Poland had some things to get off his chest when he wrote a letter to a Dawsonville newspaper in 2003.
As a mom to two special-needs children, Donna Aldridge is the first to admit that she needs help.
Today, anyone with a mailbox can be a humanitarian.
It was a Disneyland for military buffs young and old Saturday at Dahlonega's Camp Frank D. Merrill, when the 12th annual Camp Merrill Open House allowed the U.S. Army Rangers to show their stuff to a crowd that included family, veterans and especially awestruck children.
Ever have a bad case of the flu that made your muscles ache all over?
After nearly two weeks in various intensive care units, a soldier from Hall County who was critically wounded in Iraq has been moved to a regular hospital room, his mother said Friday.
Two Gainesville men have been charged with property crimes connected to last week's home invasion shooting death of a West Hall retiree.
Hall County preschoolers and kindergartners got a feel for farm life Friday in the second annual Hall County Ag Day at Jaemor Farm Market.
It's been a good couple of weeks for public defender Brad Morris.
Braving winter weather