The Caskey family loves to have family game night.
Hall County officials may soon tap into a fund that could bring in some $400,000 to the 911 center.
Tracie Morris spoke the concerns of a number of local government employees Monday.
The U.S. Supreme Court may be the next stop for Georgia's longtime water standoff with two of its neighbors.
Oakwood Fire Department?
Jackson County sheriff's deputies shot and killed a man after he threw a lighted gasoline can at them
A Flowery Branch man was being held without bond on a murder charge after being apprehended Monday in connection with a Friday stabbing of a Lawrenceville man.
Gainesville police are looking for the suspect in a Thursday armed robbery at Lake Lanier Club apartments, 1701 Dawsonville Highway.
The Georgia Appalachian Center for Higher Education is awarding grants to 27 high schools in north Georgia at an event Tuesday.
A statue of a Confederate soldier will once again stand in downtown Jefferson, some 70 years after a stone figure was broken during a town celebration.
Recent wrecks involving children being seriously injured have many Hall County authorities focusing on child passenger safety.
A panel discussion on the world-changing impact of 9/11 is set for Tuesday at North Georgia College & State University in Dahlonega.
Hall County's long, dry summer could exit on a soggy note.
It seems only fitting Rich Gallagher is sitting in the big chair at the Georgia Mountains YMCA.
Gainesville City Schools Board of Education members have a lot to talk about at their meeting tonight, including the final adoption of the millage rate.
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A jury will return this morning to hear opening statements and testimony in an alleged fatal fight at a Gainesville apartment last year.
The kiosk allowing residents to renew their car tag at the North Hall Community and Technology Center is moving to a new location.
Residents can give their views about alcohol sales in Lula at a public hearing 5:30 p.m. Monday at City Hall, 6055 Main St.
The Gainesville Target is getting renovated, and local customers say they are excited.
Every president entering office has bumpy times getting a staff in place, "and we're seeing a little bit of that" from President Donald Trump ...
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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