For the past 17 years, driving through the Ga. 400 toll in Atlanta without paying cost, eventually, $1.50.
Hundreds of sixth-graders may finally learn to swim this fall.
Chestnut Mountain Elementary School is being recognized for a category not often awarded in education - counseling.
In its prime, the Gainesville Motel saw celebrities, businessmen, tourists and families.
Flowery Branch City Council's thinning ranks have put the governing body one member away from being unable to conduct business.
As reports of bear sightings in and around Hall County increase, officials are asking residents to stay smart in the face of wildlife.
Gainesville's director of public utilities plans to ask the city council today to choose an engineer to design a water treatment plant at Cedar Creek Reservoir.
Happy New Year, local governments.
Gainesville police say they are ready to enforce a law meant to cut down on the number of distracted drivers on Georgia's roads.
A major South Hall traffic bottleneck has gotten some relief.
Her home may be dozens of degrees cooler and clear across the country, but former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin felt right at home in Georgia on Tuesday night.
At Camp Twitch and Shout, it's instant friendship.
The WNEG-TV station housed on the University of Georgia campus is still hanging on - at least for two more months.
Gainesville resident Brooke Brackett isn't going anywhere.
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Here are a few things we heard this week that we thought you might find interesting.
Snow began to accumulate in Gainesville on Friday evening as a winter storm began moving through North Georgia, with heavy rains and winds downing trees ...
A Gainesville woman was indicted Jan. 11 in a case involving her 16-month-old boy found by authorities in the back of car tied up with ...
A judge has found that Habersham County officials failed to comply with the state's open meetings and records laws.
Fifty men and women, young and old, walked into the U.S. District Courthouse and Federal Building as foreigners Friday.
With new uniforms, new mascots and plans for a new campus underway, Lanier Christian Academy is ready to accept students for the 2016-2017 school year.
Because of the winter weather and treacherous roads in the region, some customers may not receive delivery of Saturday's print edition of The Times.
Braving winter weather
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