Schools were bursting at the seams in 1997 when Hall County voters said "yes" to the first sales tax to fund education.
Shannon Furnas recently checked her personal credit report and looked over the itemized list of bank loans and credit cards dating back 28 years.
One lawmaker is so against tuition hikes that he hopes to change the Georgia Constitution to limit future tuition increases.
Amanda Berry views her college journey as "doing the impossible." And she knows other students feel the same way when they embark on their own paths.
Tornado season is here, and Gainesville emergency officials say they're ready to tackle any threatening weather.
Once economic conditions improve, Gainesville City Council members may look for a way to connect downtown to Brenau University.
The Gainesville Police Department has charged a 25-year-old man from Cumming with possession of child pornography.
Gov. Nathan Deal's HOPE scholarship changes passed the House today, just a week after House Bill 326 was filed.
Shannon Allegood started Monday off with a quick trip to the roof of Northeast Georgia Medical Center, not for the brisk air or the view, but to take some measurements.
Nearly 4,000 Hall County homes lost power Monday as a severe storm swept through the area, knocking down trees and causing scattered damage, officials said.
Gov. Nathan Deal has appointed Kerry Jackson Cook of Chestnut Mountain to the Board of Trustees of the Georgia Firefighters Pension Fund.
A South Hall community theater group doesn't want the curtain to fall yet on its $1-per-month lease.
Several Gainesville residents are close to their goal of preserving the community aspect of the Fair Street and Newtown areas.
Hall County parents who want more accelerated learning options for their children won't have to wait long.
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