Higher lake levels and improved camping sites are expected to draw more campers this upcoming season at Lake Lanier.
Gainesville has received $21,000 in federal grant funding to continue its survey of the city's historic resources.
This morning, Gainesville residents can tell the City Council what they think about a proposal to change their trash service.
The Gainesville City Board of Education has decided to use a snow day as a replacement for a state-mandated furlough day.
A winter storm took out a couple of trees at Rock Creek Greenway in Gainesville.
Oakwood is well under way with a downtown improvements project city officials hope will serve as a taste of things to come under its ambitious 2030 plan.
The first phase of construction on Old Town Flowery Branch, a $15 million project planned for downtown, had been pegged for a launch this summer.
Gainesville property owners who still owe their 2008 property taxes may be paying more.
Of the 240 inmates at the Hall County Correctional Institution on Barber Road, two-thirds are men on the verge of freedom.
Nine-year-old Cole Kaminski enjoyed panning for gold Sunday afternoon at the Northeast Georgia History Center.
A Forsyth County man who kept a law practice in Sugar Hill will spend nearly two years behind bars on a federal mail fraud conviction.
JEFFERSON - City officials have taken a proactive step in addressing massage and spa establishments before they begin popping up in Jefferson.
JEFFERSON - Although no decisions have been made, Jefferson City Schools officials are considering adjusting the class schedule for high school students.
Hall County Sheriff's Office employees are mourning the passing of Jim Ash, who, among other things, guided the department's efforts in building a new jail on Barber Road.
Hall County Fire Marshal Scott Cagle reminds residents that the change to daylight saving time tonight is also the ideal time to replace batteries in your smoke alarms.
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Connections between city and county, farmer and consumer and simply people with one another was the focus of Tuesday morning's Farm-City breakfast.
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