Flowery Branch leaders have moved forward on increasing sewer capacity, and increasing the city's chances for future development and growth.
Lula homeowners Andrew and Brittney Deaton heard smoke alarms at about 4:30 a.m. Thursday. But when they came downstairs they didn't see any smoke or fire, said Andrew Deaton's brother, Nicholas Deaton.
Temperatures climbed out of the teens across Northeast Georgia on Thursday afternoon, but they won't make it above freezing for another day or so.
Oakwood Police are seeking two suspects in a robbery investigation at Wal-Mart, who are believed to have taken a camouflage jacket, a package of T-shirts and a Sony PlayStation 4 just after midnight Saturday.
A variety of drugs worth more than $13,000 were found Tuesday at a Gainesville home, along with scales and $3,000 in cash, according to authorities.
Traffic is now clear on Interstate 985 below exit 22, U.S. 129, after a four-vehicle accident backed up traffic headed southbound.
Hundreds of students missed school in December because of the flu, and the illness' season isn't over yet.
A traffic light and related road improvements on Ramsey Road at Ga. 365 could be finished by February, maybe a little past the project's Jan. 31 deadline.
Authorities have ceased the search for a missing Gainesville man but will continue to follow the case in other ways, Hall County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Deputy Nicole Bailes said this week.
Owners of the Lakeshore Mall in Gainesville have pulled their request for nearly $2 million in tax subsidies to support ongoing renovations.
The family of a missing Buford man is offering $10,000 for information that leads to finding him.
The contours of the first fight between President Barack Obama and Republicans were set within hours of the new Congress being gaveled into session.
Brenau University wants to train students to become "experts in movement," according to Jim Lewis.
Three school systems in Northeast Georgia have announced they will operate Thursday on a two-hour delay.
At 8:30 a.m., the briefs are organized and the coloring books are gathered. The robe goes on for Hall County Juvenile Court Judge Lindsay Burton.
With cold weather often leading to alternative methods of heating homes, Hall County Fire Marshal Capt. Scott Cagle recommends the following precautions:
Braving winter weather