Gloria Melancon knows just about every inch of her neighborhood.
ATLANTA - Five years ago, Army Ranger Sgt. Randy Spivey took part in one of the most publicized operations of the Iraq war: the rescue of Pvt. Jessica Lynch.
The Red Rabbit saw a record number of riders Thursday for the third annual Dump the Pump day.
The annual Putting for Pets Mini Golf Tournament will serve up fun and funding for the Humane Society this Saturday at the Oaks Miniature Golf course in Oakwood.
To protect the Earth's thinning ozone layer, millions of asthma patients are being forced to change how they take their medication.
Flowery Branch customers may have to pay at least 20 percent more each month for water and sewer starting in July, as well as a new monthly service charge for city utilities and solid waste.
Willard Thomas stepped down Sunday as pastor of Harmony Street Baptist Church after what he described as nearly 27 years of "preaching, practicing and promoting old-time religion."
It's summertime, the living's easy, but it may not be so easy to remember the rules for outdoor watering. Although Gainesville officials returned to observing the state's level 4 drought restrictions several months ago, the City Council did not make the move official until Tuesday.
Authorities charged a Gainesville teen with violation of Georgia gang laws after he was allegedly seen spray-painting gang-related graffiti in a mobile home park Wednesday.
Pushing cars. Climbing walls. Shooting with pinpoint accuracy. This is not your typical Olympics. These are just some of a series of challenges involved in the weeklong Georgia Police & Fire Games - law enforcement's version of the Olympics. The 2008 Georgia Police & Fire Games will be continuing through Saturday at sites throughout Hall County. Nearly 1,000 participants from law enforcement departments across the state will compete for medals ...
New Flowery Branch residents will shell out more money for city water and sewer services than residents who have lived in the city before June 2000.
ATLANTA - A Forsyth County deputy, his wife and his father, who is a part-time Fulton County magistrate, have been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges that they lured a nanny from India and forced her to work in their home without pay. Deputy Russell Garrett of Woodstock, his wife, Malika Garrett, of Woodstock and his father, D. William Garrett Jr., 72, of Alpharetta were indicted on charges including human trafficking, alien harboring and witness tampering.
The Gainesville city schools is proposing a tentative 2008-09 budget of $53.2 million, nearly $1.9 million less than last year's budget, according to documents obtained by The Times.
Hall County's new director of Parks and Leisure Services said the job was an opportunity that he couldn't refuse.
Hall County's fire marshal said Friday that three separate house fires that burned at different times earlier this year in unoccupied homes in Clermont were acts of arson.
As surveillance and monitoring technology increases, groups like the American Civil Liberties Union advocate safeguards and limits to ensure government uses data in ethical and legal ways.
Tree company workers started work Saturday morning cutting down the old oak tree that has stood in front of Fair Street Elementary School for many years.
After Leslie McRoberts worked in hospitality for three years, she had earned 75 cents more an hour than when she started. Now, she's at Brenau University working on a master's degree in hopes of earning more in the future.
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