More than 200 cars spanning 100 years will be on display today, helping to raise money for scholarships awarded by the Vietnam Veterans of America.
Schools from 13 counties traveled Friday to East Hall Community Center to participate in the Special Olympics.
Camille Massey was honored Friday with a star at Gainesville High School.
Authorities say a Gainesville man who served 10 years in prison for robbing and beating a cab driver was free for less than three months before shooting another man in a robbery.
More than 4,000 people have asked a small Atlanta-based legal advocacy group to take a look at their criminal convictions with hopes of proving their innocence through DNA evidence.
Hall County Sheriff's officials have issued an arrest warrant for Latwan T. Weathington, 30, of Gainesville in connection with a shooting and armed robbery on Tuesday off Browns Bridge Road.
Gainesville Police Sgt. Kevin Gaddis and Officer Griggs Wall are riding to Washington to honor two fallen officers they never met.
Six months after restarting a process to issue the last batch of dock permits on Lake Lanier, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has found it is denying about two-thirds of the requests.
After more than a year of study and discussion, the Flowery Branch City Council voted Thursday night to move forward on minor improvements to the narrow but heavily used Jones Road.
An art class at McEver Elementary school pushed a group of kindergarten students Thursday to the far reaches of their imaginations.
If it was unconstitutional, nobody on Gainesville's downtown square Thursday cared.
Young Harris College President Cathy Cox spoke Thursday at the WomenSource Brown Bag Luncheon about the importance of giving back.
The body of Rohan Mathew may be lost to the waters of Lake Sidney Lanier.
Gainesville City Schools has called a meeting Wednesday to discuss the system's calendar for next school year.
White County has found a recession-proof source of revenue - beer and wine.
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The first storm of winter left North Georgia coated with a layer of snow and ice overnight Friday into Saturday.
An Army Corps of Engineers move this past week to reverse an irrigation ban stunned but pleased Lake Lanier homeowners.
A time for action.
After all the surgeries and waiting in a lengthy legal process, Megan Seabolt watches over healthy toddler Damon Gaddis running around.
Like your car, your computer has things that should and shouldn't be done to it. You don't drive on bald tires or with ...
Braving winter weather
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