More than 100 years after its original creation, Clermont's Chattahoochee Christian School has become accredited.
Dwight Mallory is trying to get back on his feet, after spending the past four-plus years living on Atlanta's streets.
High school students spent their Sunday afternoon learning about different colleges and financial aid at the Northeast Georgia College Fair.
Cleveland City Council decided last Monday to purchase the vacant Talon manufacturing building on Campbell Street in Cleveland to help ease the city's overcrowded facilities.
A fire deemed by the Gainesville Fire Department as "suspicious" destroyed a house and damaged two others early Sunday.
Food, music and the setting of Lake Lanier drew a hungry crowd Saturday evening to the 14th annual Taste of Gainesville.
Pancakes have long been a staple of the American breakfast menu, and they were being served to the masses Saturday morning at the Gainesville Civic Center.
Gainesville is awaiting approval from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to begin an Ecosystem Restoration Project on Flat Creek that will be partially funded by the corps.
Northeast Georgia's leaf-watching season is about to gear up, as will the cars riding along many of the region's winding highways and byways.
It's been 10 years since the No Child Left Behind Act went into effect.
Gone are the days when students just need math, science and English classes for high school credit.
Tough economic conditions continue to impact society and the Gainesville Symphony Orchestra is the latest to feel its effect.
A Hall County group is starting a yearlong effort to address growing concerns about prescription drug abuse.
If walking past a line of tour buses doesn't tell you you're in for a great music festival, listening to the bands warm up will.
A former White County sheriff's deputy was indicted Tuesday by a federal grand jury in Gainesville's U.S. District Court on counts of production and possession of child pornography.
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Enota school alumni and area residents are invited to drop in, walk the halls and remember the history of the Enota school building during an ...
Gainesville City Schools will be getting three new school buses this fall to replace aging buses in the district.
East Hall High School seniors Edgar Garcia and Veronica Lopez are on track to be the first among their siblings to earn a high school ...
A Flowery Branch man is accused of possessing several checks stolen from mailboxes in South Hall, according to police.
A Braselton man is accused of breaking another person's ribs and injuring the victim's liver and spleen in a Christmas Day assault, according ...
The mother of a 12-year-old Gainesville Middle School student said the teacher who put his hands on her son should be arrested.
Some good luck turned into a golden egg for a Gainesville family that was on its way Monday to the annual Easter Egg Roll at ...
Thirty parcels of the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest would be sold if a bill from Georgia lawmakers introduced this legislative session clears Congress.
H&R Block and the Humane Society of Northeast Georgia teamed up to make tax season more bearable for everyone.
Torie Robinson was born weighing only 1 pound - so tiny her mom Tocoa Robinson's wedding ring could fit around her leg.
An aging bridge over a key East Hall artery - one that leads to East Hall Middle School - is scheduled to close Monday as work begins ...
A South Hall home was destroyed in a fire Sunday night.
A Hall County official says he's confident voters will continue to back a revenue-generating 1-cent special purpose local option sales tax, commonly known as ...
As federal guidelines on deporting illegal immigrants broaden, local authorities are seeing changes in how immigrants are detained.
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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