Finding a needle in a haystack might be easier than creating a redistricting map that pleases both Gainesville City Council and Gainesville City Schools Board of Education members.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal has sold property that housed a failed family sporting goods business, helping him chip away at personal debt of more than $1 million.
A 25-year-old woman who was missing for more than an hour after last seen on her dock was later found drowned Wednesday night, officials said.
When it comes to dangerously addictive drugs, the real killers aren't in baggies or dirty needles sold on street corners. They're in prescription bottles, doctors' offices and medicine cabinets throughout Hall County.
If Hall County outsources its parks program to a local nonprofit, it won't include a partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Hall County.
Hall County sheriff's deputies charged two individuals Tuesday with trafficking cocaine, according to a news release from the Multi Agency Narcotics Squad.
August will be a month of open doors and conversation in Hall County if Randy Knighton has anything to say about it.
As construction on the pedestrian bridge spanning Jesse Jewell Parkway continues, workers are building platforms to allow them to lay concrete beams next week.
Teachers aren't just concerned with what students learn. They're also concerned with how they think.
Prosecutors expect to resolve the state's theft case against former Dawson County Clerk of Courts Becky McCord next month.
A touchy February 2010 rezoning has spurred a proposed change in Flowery Branch's zoning law.
WomenSource, a local nonprofit group aimed at helping women succeed, will host authors of "Black America Series: Hall County, Georgia" at its Brown Bag Lunch at noon Thursday.
A Murrayville resident is recovering at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta after being involved in a hit-and-run accident early Saturday morning.
Gainesville City Council voted Tuesday to fund three emergency warning sirens, paying for part of the $60,000 project with grant money.
The state's attorney general's office has made public a list of documents that will be accepted to prove the legal status of anyone applying for benefits and licenses from state and local agencies.
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Less than a mile separates the old and new locations of ECHO Wellness Center.
When winter weather hits North Georgia, the proper preparation can help get you through the storm and stay warm and safe. Follow these tips:
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