A panel discussion on the world-changing impact of 9/11 is set for Tuesday at North Georgia College & State University in Dahlonega.
Hall County's long, dry summer could exit on a soggy note.
It seems only fitting Rich Gallagher is sitting in the big chair at the Georgia Mountains YMCA.
Gainesville City Schools Board of Education members have a lot to talk about at their meeting tonight, including the final adoption of the millage rate.
The second public hearing on a proposed reservoir in the Dawson Forest Wildlife Management Area is scheduled for Thursday before the Dawson County commission.
Regional artists, local organizations and art enthusiasts filled the downtown square of Gainesville at Saturday's eighth annual Art in the Square.
A prominent North Georgia businessman has taken it upon himself to hold Hall County government - the sheriff's office in particular - accountable for its spending.
Police are still looking for a suspect in the stabbing death of a Lawrenceville man that occurred Friday in Flowery Branch.
College students go into education for myriad reasons. Some choose to work with high school biology students, others with eighth-grade Georgia history buffs.
A Buford woman was killed early Friday after she was struck by a vehicle while crossing Interstate 85.
Here's one upside to Lake Lanier's falling water level: It's easier to clean the shoreline.
It all began to unravel one day for Scott Burton.
In 1999, Becky Ketchum was rear-ended by a driver going 80 miles per hour while she sat at a complete stop on Atlanta Highway.
Nurses are no longer the unsung heroes of the medical profession.
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Gainesville City Schools announced Jeremy Williams as the system's lone finalist to be its new superintendent on Monday night at a school board work ...
Visitors to Elachee Nature Science Center may soon have to pay a parking fee.
A woman and three children were inside when a Hall County man is accused of igniting a fire Friday at a Murrayville home, according to ...
A 65-year-old bridge just north of Gillsville in Banks County will be torn down to make way for a new, wider bridge.
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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