HOSCHTON - Fresh produce, local art and other handmade goods are among the items people can find inside the recently revamped Hoschton Farmers Market.
Everyone wants to be an energy star.
Want to take a virtual stroll down memory lane? Get nosy in a new neighborhood? Walk along a street 2,000 miles away without leaving your computer?
Today is a special day for Ken Hale, Brittany Goss, Charles Joseph and all the other long-suffering members of Who Dat Nation.
JEFFERSON - Becky Davis has spent the better part of the last year and a half working to enact legislation to prevent what happened to her dogs from happening to anyone else.
Bowling champions, basketball stars and many other athletes reunited Saturday at the Chicopee Woods Agricultural Center for Special Olympics Day in Gainesville and Hall County.
The owner of a local home for men seeking treatment for drug and alcohol addictions is making what may be his third unsuccessful attempt to operate legally in the city.
JEFFERSON - Dave Cuddy spent years in the business world, but in 2002, he decided to abandon that life for one in the classroom.
The Mundy Mill mega-development may never be what it was cracked up to be.
The developer facing foreclosure on three Reunion subdivision homes in South Hall said he plans to settle his multi-million dollar loan dispute before his property is auctioned off.
A proposal made by Gov. Sonny Perdue to appoint - rather than elect - four statewide constitutional officers has some "pretty high hurdles to overcome," said Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle on Friday.
Hoschton has recently made what Mayor Erma Denney said were several tough decisions to reduce expenses. But instituting property taxes hasn't been one of those choices.
It started innocently, with a piece of candy.
JEFFERSON - One by one, the competitors fell, until only Mary Harkness remained.
A Forsyth County lawmaker wants first-time convicted DUI offenders to blow into a device before they can start their cars.
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A water line bursting may have helped prevent fire from spreading Monday night at the Hayes Chrysler dealership on Frontage Road in Oakwood.
A green wine bottle smashes into the back of U.S. Rep. Doug Collins' head, and a room full of children burst into laughter.
One site considered for the planned relocation of Lanier Technical College appears to no longer be on the table.
Gainesville's Nov. 3 City Council elections are closing in and prospective candidates can obtain packets, which contain all documents to qualify, from the city ...
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