Writing letters to the president is usually reserved for in-class assignments, but not for Destiny Wheeler.
Oakwood is proposing to keep its property tax rate the same in 2012, even though the city is losing money through lower assessments.
As he passed a check through the window at the Hall County Tax Commissioner's Office Monday, Gainesville resident Roosevelt Norman channeled a "Terminator"-era Arnold Schwarzenegger.
A sixth candidate has announced he will seek election to the state House District 25 seat vacated by former Rep. James Mills.
A cable barrier similar to one installed on Interstate 985 several years ago will be placed in the median on Ga. 400 in Dawson and Lumpkin counties.
The Gainesville-based Georgia Mountains Regional Commission has received a $2.7 million grant for "training and other work force development programs for youth, adults and dislocated workers."
An Alto woman has been charged in a Sunday afternoon crash on Ga. 365 that injured a motorcyclist.
Nicole McCloskey knows that some wishes take work to make them come true.
Tom Knox, who from 2001-2010 represented Forsyth County in the state House, announced last week he plans to seek the newly created District 26 seat.
Hall County Coroner Marion Merck has identified the person killed in a wreck Saturday morning in North Hall as Steven Kyle Martin, 22, of Dahlonega.
Area road projects will get a final review Wednesday by the Georgia Mountains Transportation Roundtable before they go to voters next year in a referendum on the 1 percent sales tax for transportation.
Within the past few weeks Oakwood City Council members have tossed around the idea of establishing a city fire department, but the reaction to that possibility seems to be mixed.
The Gainesville City Schools system is facing major changes over the next few years.
In his first year at the anti-abortion event, St. Michael Catholic Church Deacon Ken Lampert felt a bit uncomfortable holding a sign for an hour at one of Hall County's busiest intersections.
The first installment of Hall County taxpayers' bills is due today - at the latest.
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Arabella Partlow could be counted on.
While some construction barrels already line some Hall County roads, other traffic relief appears on the way in the form of some big transportation projects.
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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