State Sen. Butch Miller, R-Gainesville, was named Tuesday as Gov. Nathan Deal's senior floor leader in the upcoming 2015 legislative session.
The Hall County Sheriff's Office on Tuesday identified a homicide victim found in North Hall on Sunday afternoon.
The Wardrop family had to go halfway across the country to find a place for their son with special needs, but now that they've found one, they're not going anywhere.
This Thursday in The Times, reporter Joshua Silavent will recap the most important and controversial local government and development stories of 2014, including the uproar over property tax increases on lakefront properties, the emergence of new businesses in the craft beer market, and the redevelopment of Lanier Plaza, as well as other stories.
Growth in retail, housing permits and jobs marked a turnaround for the local economy in 2014, according to a year-in-review report issued Monday by the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce.
Atlanta Gas Light Co. customers will begin seeing the first in a series of escalating surcharges on their bills in January as the utility undertakes a $215 million statewide project.
The cause of the Sunday fire that displaced three occupants of an East Hall mobile home is likely electrical, according to Hall County Fire Services.
A Gainesville man was arrested Friday and charged with aggravated assault, accused of hitting his co-worker with a shovel in a May 13 altercation at a construction site.
A woman was found dead Sunday afternoon in North Hall County.
Eliza Paris could really relate to one of her graduation speakers.
When Tony and Lori Tatum of North Hall County went to the Hall County Animal Shelter to view a mural of his deceased dog Lucy, they intended to depart solo.
Certain industries seem inherently fraught with political controversy. Big oil. Big pharma. Big government.
A stretch of Broad Street behind Medical Arts offices off Jesse Jewell Parkway is poised to get more pedestrian-friendly.
ATLANTA - Inches of snow, miles of traffic
At 8:30 a.m., the briefs are organized and the coloring books are gathered. The robe goes on for Hall County Juvenile Court Judge Lindsay Burton.
With cold weather often leading to alternative methods of heating homes, Hall County Fire Marshal Capt. Scott Cagle recommends the following precautions:
Braving winter weather