Things are off to a promising start for the 2010 Relay for Life, which begins at 7 tonight and runs through 7 a.m. Saturday.
More than three-quarters of Hall County's registered sex offenders can now live and work wherever they want, after a recently passed state law lifted residency and employment restrictions for the majority of men and women on the registry.
The Georgia Supreme Court on Wednesday responded to a dramatic increase in fees for filing a court appeal by allowing appellants to bypass the local clerk of courts office.
As applicants of all ages look for jobs this summer, many are coming up empty-handed.
What is Gov. Sonny Perdue's solution to the economic crisis? Education.
With no negotiation at hand over the future of Hall County's water supply, Gainesville officials have applied for a permit that would give them rights to withdraw water from Cedar Creek Reservoir.
A boil water advisory issued for one subdivision's residents in Hoschton following a water main break has been lifted.
The Georgia Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld the murder conviction of a Winder woman who killed her husband five years ago.
Heavy rains that caused flooding throughout Northeast Georgia in September may be a distant memory for some, but for others the effects have been lingering.
Local census workers have almost reached their goal of counting Northeast Georgians and have a few more weeks in the field.
Dawsonville officials are looking to resolve a service area dispute with the Etowah Water and Sewer Authority that both sides have said could end up in court.
FLOWERY BRANCH - Boy Scout Troop 228 in Flowery Branch is about to get a new home.
After two-years of behind the scenes changes, Wells Fargo & Company is ready to make its relationship with Wachovia banks more obvious.
A portion of a remote North Hall park that has been the scene of five homicides over the past 31 years has reopened to the public.
It's time to move forward with the Glades Farm Reservoir, Hall County Commissioner Ashley Bell told the Gainesville City Council on Tuesday.
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There are some things you can't unsee, no matter how much you'd like to forget.
The developer of a large shopping complex on Dawsonville Highway announced Thursday the most recent business to sign on at the 200,000-square-foot site.
A group overseeing a statewide fundraiser that aims to drive awareness and donations for nonprofits is asking residents to come together for 24 hours of ...
A town hall meeting Friday invites students, faculty and the public to hear the progress of academics at the University of North Georgia.
A U.S. District Court judge on Tuesday dismissed one fair housing claim but allowed another to continue in a case of former Gainesville residents ...
The halls of DaVinci Academy ring with the sound of young voices chanting "USA! USA! USA!"
The body of a man previously reported missing was found in a vehicle Wednesday afternoon near Interstate 985 in Buford.
The 10 entrepreneurs honored Wednesday at Featherbone Communiversity may have come from different backgrounds. The products and services they offer may vary - from interior design ...
The spotlight was on men and women in military uniform, as patriotic music played, stirring speeches were given and wreaths were laid in their honor.
Students are honoring veterans in a variety of ways today. These photos were submitted by school staff. Photos can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org ...
A parent was taken to the hospital in serious condition after a wreck Wednesday morning at Centennial Arts Academy in Gainesville, according to Gainesville City ...
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