Flowery Branch City Manager Bill Andrew plans to resign from his job effective Thursday.
Local convenience store retailers say the Mega Millions lottery game is luring more people than usual to gas stations and newsstands this week.
The replacement process is under way for a new coordinator of the Hall County Extension.
A Gainesville man suspected in a late Monday robbery is being treated in an Atlanta hospital for injuries suffered in a car chase that followed with Gainesville police.
Students will go to school the Friday before spring break after all, the Gainesville school board decided Tuesday.
A former financial official with Gainesville ties has been prohibited by federal regulators from banking.
As Gainesville residents wake up and get ready for the day, the city's solid waste employees are already hard at work.
Craig Lutz was sworn into his spot as South Hall's county commissioner Monday morning, and he's ready to start tackling challenges this week.
It was returned before it was even missed, but a sculpture owned by the Quinlan Visual Arts Center has caused a bit of a commotion at the nonprofit arts organization.
Richard Cornwell never stopped looking for his sister.
Three Gainesville residents were arrested Sunday in connection with a bootlegging operation.
A two-month sailing series that allows participants to keep honing their skills is set to kick off Sunday at the Lake Lanier Sailing Club in West Hall.
South Hall, a bastion of growth slowed by the economic downturn in recent years, has begun 2011 on an upbeat note.
Betty Fain was known for her country store, now a downtown Helen institution, but she was remembered for being a caregiver.
New Holland Baptist Church has on its property a couple of memorials to the late Henry Grady Jarrard, including a Hammond organ dedicated in his memory in October 1973, after his passing.
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