When it comes to dining out, for Janie Douglas there's a sheet of paper that carries more weight than an establishment's menu.
The Flowery Branch Police Department is investigating an identity theft case that may stretch across the South and involve an estimated $100,000 in fraudulent credit card use.
Redwine United Methodist Church in South Hall celebrated its 165th anniversary Sunday through members' memories, a homecoming service and a multimedia history presentation.
Classes at Gainesville State College start today, and students have a new way to get around: Route 7 on Red Rabbit.
BY FRANK REDDY
There is a two-week gap in Tina Buffington Andrews' final days that police want to fill.
A longtime Gainesville chiropractor who, along with his wife, sold their possessions to become "missionaries to the missionaries" in founding Helping Hands Foreign Missions, died Saturday of malaria. He was 58.
War bride finds her soldier just in time
Gainesville-Hall County had its share of news the week of Aug. 16, 1945, when the now-defunct Gainesville News published its weekly edition.
Although Grady Faulkner jokes that his memory is failing, he still remembers every detail of the day he was wounded in Okinawa, Japan.
The radio news report on Dec. 7, 1941, motivated James R. Parsons into the military.
James Joy remembers the ship, an oil tanker that helped refuel dozens of craft across both the Atlantic and Pacific theaters of World War II.
Marion Trimmer remembers how nice the Japanese people were when he served in the Navy during and after World War II.
BUFORD - Clyne Veal survived months in the Atlantic Theater aboard the Navy destroyer USS Emmons, including the D-Day invasion at Normandy.
As the mother of a teenage son, Barbara Allen randomly searches his room for illegal drugs.
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Arts lovers gathered Saturday night to support the arts at the annual Black and White Ball fundraiser for the Arts Council at the Smithgall Arts ...
DAHLONEGA - Whether you're a young 'un or an oldie but a goodie, the Bear on the Square Mountain Festival has something to offer.
Before they became two of the most well-known women in Gainesville, Carol Burrell and Jackie Wallace were friends growing up near Winder.
Gainesville native George Arnett knows about building a restaurant, and after years in the business throughout the state, he's bringing a new one to ...
Ivey-Watson Field has been a home for champions to Gainesville High school baseball teams for three decades, and the school honored both in a ceremony ...
The Hall County Government Spring Cleaning Project, postponed from April 1 by inclement weather, has been rescheduled for April 22.
Decades after their cases were closed, Northeastern Judicial Circuit District Attorney Lee Darragh has kept in contact with some crime victims who are now in ...
A Gainesville man died after being ejected from a truck on a West Hall roadway, authorities said.
A Gainesville funeral home owner is asking for a rezoning in Braselton to allow his business to operate in the popular special events venue, the ...
The Times and AccessWDUN are joining forces to sponsor a town hall meeting in May to allow residents to ask questions of the five men ...
Braving winter weather
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