After a deep breath and a long sigh, Ryan Glover spoke from the witness stand Tuesday about the boating accident that left his son brain dead.
If you are a Times print subscriber, that speck of blue amid the snow in the driveway could be your morning paper.
UPDATE: Many roads have accumulation this morning and emergency officials repeated warnings to stay home today.
A regulation for overnight campers to carry bear-resistant canisters for garbage, toiletries and food seems to have curbed conflicts with black bears on a portion of the Appalachian Trail, according to officials with the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests.
A new right-turn lane has opened at the intersection of Ga. 9 and Ga. 53.
LaCrisia Larkin is the Georgia Thespians' Administrator of the Year, announced at the annual conference of the group in Columbus.
It may not be the Olympics, but the Get Gifted gift shop at The Oaks at Lanier Charter Career Academy has gone for gold.
The death of an Oakwood woman has been ruled a homicide following an autopsy by the DeKalb County medical examiner's office.
When snow and ice are in the forecast, more people need the services of the Good News at Noon shelter.
The baseball field at City Park in Gainesville showed the scars of three hastily made barricades, bare paths of dirt in the fresh-fallen snow.
Snow plows and power crews could be out in force this week.
A winter storm warning for Hall and 44 other counties across the state prompted Gov. Nathan Deal to declare a state of emergency Monday in anticipation of heavy snow, sleet and freezing rain.
Northeast Georgia Health System officials don't have to look at blueprints or artist renderings to know how patient rooms at the new Braselton hospital will look - and they certainly won't have to wait until they're in place.
Communities are made better when their members give to each other from their hearts.
An Alpharetta woman has been charged with running a red light on Ga. 365 at Howard Road in Gainesville, after a Sunday wreck that resulted in five people with minor injuries.
Gainesville will implement a zero-tolerance drug-testing policy beginning Saturday for public safety workers, with termination of employment the penalty for a single failed test.
In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court last year gave states the authority to collect DNA before suspects are convicted, and Georgia may do so.
Speakers from the public, private and institutional sectors at Tuesday's Career Success Day used different methods to share their messages.
A fire at a home in the 700 block of Kenwood Drive in Gainesville damaged a home, but the residents got out without injury, officials said.
Construction crews have poured the first of 12 concrete caissons that will support the new Clarks Bridge on Ga. 284/Clarks Bridge Road at Lake Lanier.
Don Carter State Park in North Hall County wants area businesses to cash in on the tourism it's generating from its spot off Lake Lanier.
Local lawyer and former Hall County Commissioner Ashley Bell has formally announced his intentions to run for state school superintendent.
When the new Fair Street School building opened in October 2013, it was the Gainesville city school system's goal for all of those students to have their own school-issued tablet devices with the intent of eventually taking those home.
Ongoing concerns about the costs associated with providing services in Gainesville and unincorporated parts of Hall County have led state lawmakers to push for a bill that would put a mediation process in place for dealing with the city's next round of "island" annexations.
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
Here are some tips to help you deal with the summer heat wave.