A bill working its way through the state legislature would give local governments the option to post legal notices online rather than in print newspapers.
The mother of two boys killed in a 2012 boat wreck spoke out Friday on the petition of the Forsyth County man convicted in the incident to be released from the Hall County Jail.
A woman who has battled breast cancer three times and an active community servant were named Thursday night as the Gainesville Jaycees' 2015 Young Man and Young Woman of the Year recipients.
The stately mansion with Italianate architecture may seem a bit out of place amid the surrounding area's cow-filled pastures, country homes and stores.
A public hearing on a proposed Oakwood ordinance limiting parking in front of houses is scheduled for Monday.
University of North Georgia professor Vicki McCard has been put on paid administrative leave as the university pursues termination following an incident earlier this year.
To Georgia Mountain Food Bank Executive Director Kay Blackstock, seeing is believing.
ATLANTA - State lawmakers took a step forward Thursday on two major priorities for the legislative session.
North Georgians nearly made it through a week without the threat of winter precipitation, but could see it in some areas tonight.
A future electrical engineering major and an Ivy League hopeful were named Wednesday as the area's top STAR students.
Chestatee Academy of Inquiry and Talent Development students were talkative and excited Wednesday afternoon as they awaited the next acts at Day at the Museum.
A Gainesville man recently severed from his co-defendant in a West Avenue shooting death case filed a motion to have two murder charges dismissed.
Two Flowery Branch City Council members have resigned due to moving away from the South Hall city.
As she talks about the joys of working with foster children, Tyne Jackson can't help crying a little.
The removal of a child often results in three types of trauma, according to Hall County Juvenile Court Judge Lindsay Burton.
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.