For the second time in four months, a Habersham County Superior Court judge has abruptly resigned.
The Georgia Department of Transportation has reopened a nearly 6-mile stretch of Richard Russell Scenic Parkway in White and Union counties.
Investigators have said that human error may have caused Saturday's plane crash that killed Poland's president and dozens of other national leaders.
For the first time ever, Gainesville resident Deborah Owen paid her taxes at the last minute Thursday.
A prominent parcel in Gainesville may soon get some help from a special public fund set up for redevelopment projects in blighted areas.
Weyman Wheeler never denied shooting a man who was staying overnight with his estranged wife, but his lawyer argued it was done unintentionally and without malice in a struggle over a gun.
The Georgia National Guard 48th Infantry Brigade, including Gainesville-based Charlie Company, has been honored by the Georgia Senate for its one-year deployment in Afghanistan.
East Hall students were moonlighting as models Thursday night in a fashion show to raise money for the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life.
Daniel Lewis' mastery of words has earned him an honor that fewer than 1 percent of students nationwide can claim.
While Hugo Moguel Tepanca told an investigator he shot a man to death in a fit of road rage, he gave a different version of events from a courtroom witness stand Thursday.
No students were injured in a minor accident involving a Hall County school bus this morning.
They generally don't get a lot of thanks for doing their jobs; but when they don't, everyone has something to say.
The Gainesville City Council will soon be faced with its first request for money meant to redevelop blighted properties in the city's downtown and Midtown areas.
Linda Orenstein is hoping that, maybe now, there will be a renewed fervor for Gainesville's downtown.
A Hall County man inflamed with jealousy shot a man who spent the night with his estranged wife, a prosecutor told a jury Wednesday.
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Debbie Clark perused the Rahab's Rope booth Friday, landing on the last Persian-rug-themed bookmark.
Here are a few things we heard this week that we thought you might find interesting.
The president of a national window shutters holding company is consolidating operations and coming to Gainesville as part of a move that could bring 200 ...
The Army veteran accused of firing a high-powered hunting rifle at the Georgia State Patrol post in Gainesville last summer was indicted Tuesday by a ...
The Lake Lanier Association and volunteers from the community will pick up trash along the lake's shores in the group's 27th annual Shore ...
A body found earlier this week in a shallow area of Lake Lanier has been identified as that of a Flowery Branch man. Exactly how ...
Ultra-conservatives celebrating House Speaker John Boehner's departure from Congress might want to tap the brakes a bit, University of Georgia political science professor Charles ...
A Commerce man died following a two-car wreck Friday morning near the intersection of Shirley and Mount Vernon roads in North Hall, according to Sgt ...
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