Gainesville's Parks and Recreation department met 100 percent compliance again this year, making it a decade of perfect scores.
The Medical Center Auxiliary has found a way to help the shopaholics in the community get their fix and give back to the community at the same time.
Flowery Branch City Council plans to hold a public hearing Thursday on some minor tweaks to its zoning law.
Rickie Barron joined the U.S. Army to fly - and fly he did.
Brenau University officials expect to admit students next fall in the school's first doctoral program - nursing practice.
North Georgia College & State University ends a lecture series tonight with a look at childhood obesity, presented by Elaine Taylor, associate professor of nursing.
Two area people were killed in weekend accidents.
Many parents can probably attest to the difficulties of waking their teenager up early on the weekends.
Graduation rates in Hall County and across the state are up, and Hall County Schools Superintendent Will Schofield attributes that increase in Hall to school credit recovery programs, among other factors.
Ed Milner doesn't remember a whole lot of fanfare around becoming Boy Scout Troop 26's first Eagle Scout in 1942.
Kyla Lakey loves reptiles, especially turtles.
As is evidenced by the Northeast Georgia History Center's sold-out Ghost Walk, adults enjoy a good ghost story just as much as the kiddies.
A local ballet company showed teachers this week how dance moves can be blended into their daily lesson plans.
Officials at the Rite Aid Pharmacy damaged in a fire Thursday are still assessing damage and considering their next move.
What if you only had to mow the lawn once a year?
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Online courses are about to be a larger part of Hall County schools, increasing from five courses to 13 and now to perhaps "in the ...
There are perhaps two ways that continued changes to Gainesville's alcohol ordinance can be viewed: The code is either falling apart or it is ...
Stronger sentences and greater support for victims are two heralded achievements from criminal justice stakeholders over the past 20 years.
The Times and AccessWDUN are joining forces to sponsor a town hall meeting in May to allow residents to ask questions of the five men ...
Braving winter weather
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