Roy Scott has battled the demons. Now he's carrying a cross for Jesus.
Gainesville residents will be among hundreds who march across Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta tonight to raise awareness for senior hunger.
City officials filed court paperwork late Tuesday asking a judge to determine where former CSX railroad property lines are located as they begin building a greenway in Midtown.
When it comes to protecting children from sexual predators, everyone has an important role to play, Steve Collins said.
Gainesville Middle School students struggling with grades and test scores can get help for free.
A handful of Brenau University students believe they can change the world.
In a soft economy, Oakwood has been moving along with road projects, downtown improvements, sewer projects and new businesses.
A 10-year-old Gwinnett County boy reported missing on Monday was found at a family friend's house in Hall County Tuesday morning.
A truck and motorcycle collided in front of Lanier Charter Career Academy on Tuesday afternoon.
The next time you pick up a prescription from the pharmacy, take a close look at the label - it may have been produced right here in Gainesville.
A woman serving life sentences for the antifreeze poisoning deaths of her Forsyth County firefighter boyfriend and her husband has died, officials said.
Gainesville City Schools Superintendent Merrianne Dyer is reviewing the state's winning Race to the Top application, and she thinks the school district will be just fine.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation and the Lumpkin County Sheriff's Office are investigating the death of a 3-year-old boy found dead in his home Sunday morning.
On Monday afternoon, Art in the Square officials were busy painting a banner to advertise the upcoming seventh annual festival.
Gainesville is preparing to move forward on a pedestrian bridge spanning heavily traveled Jesse Jewell Parkway.
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A dozen fifth-graders lined up Tuesday in the Wauka Mountain Multiple Intelligences Academy gymnasium, nocking arrows in their bows and firing at targets yards away.
Braving winter weather
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