Mitch Farmer had a lot of friends and they all came out Saturday, not to mourn his passing but celebrate his life and keep his legacy going strong.
Life makes no promises.
A Cleveland man was charged with stealing a car from a Dawsonville Highway home after leading White County authorities on a brief chase, officials said Friday.
After investigating a softball-sized sinkhole Friday on E.E. Butler Parkway, near the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce's office, crews discovered a much larger cavity below the opening.
The Times earned 24 awards, including a first-place in general excellence for the second straight year, among mid-sized daily newspapers in the annual Georgia Press Association Better Newspaper Contest.
When Jade Butterworth was growing up, she had to look to Atlanta to find a camp that would cater to a child with special needs.
Tia Peters is nervous.
Two teenage gang members from Athens made their first court appearances Friday since being indicted on charges of beating a 68-year-old Gainesville man to death in a March home invasion.
Saying she had concerns over community safety, a Hall County magistrate judge denied bond Friday for one of 11 people charged in last weekend's gang-related brawl that left one dead.
At the Southern Monster Truck Showdown, it's all about the noise.
A former Hall County school bus driver and self-proclaimed "Patriot Preacher" pleaded guilty Friday to federal child pornography charges.
These books are ripe for the picking.
Consensus requires conflict.
The Flowery Branch City Council unanimously adopted its fiscal year 2011 budget Thursday night with a 3 percent decrease.
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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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