Once a free-flowing society of water users, the tap turners in Hall County seem not to have forgotten what a threat their supply was under four years ago.
Gainesville Police are requesting help identifying a woman wanted for questioning in a theft case.
A blind, 76-year-old man was rescued early this morning from his burning Gainesville home by a man who worked at a nearby business.
One hundred years ago, the Don Carter Realty Co. building was constructed. At the time, it wasn't office space. It was Candler Street School.
More than 60 percent of students in Hall and Gainesville schools qualify for free or reduced-price lunches.
FLOWERY BRANCH - Liquor stores didn't have to wait long to ring up sales Sunday.
Each year, the Christmas is One Language concert proves to be a special occasion, but this year the Gainesville tradition will be even more so.
"He just always loved trains. He adored them," Russell Tether said of his father, Dr. Bob Tether.
Georgia's longstanding water wars with Florida and Alabama are, for the most part, at a standstill.
The water control manual for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River Basin has bobbed like a yo-yo in recent years.
Television and movies often portray school lunch as mystery meat on a plastic tray.
Drama for the Georgia Mountain Players, a nonprofit Gainesville theater company, is spilling off the stage and into City Hall.
Georgia State Patrol officials say Northeast Georgians shouldn't expect significant changes to the patrol following a report criticizing the agency's efficiency and ability to operate effectively.
Four years ago this week, Georgians stood on the steps of the Capitol and asked God to make it rain.
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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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