The U.S. Supreme Court has broadened rules allowing officers to break into residences without warrants, but it's a ruling Gainesville police say likely won't change the way they operate.
Juanita Nicely craved cocaine four years ago. Now she leads support groups and helps others with their addictions.
Like a college sports team that always draws the big recruits, it seems Lake Lanier can always be counted on to attract large summer crowds.
The first big holiday weekend of the summer season at Lake Lanier produced the first tragedy when a teenager drowned Saturday at Burton Mill Park in South Hall County.
Monday brings the annual Memorial Day parade that is a delight for spectators but can cause headaches for motorists.
Today's kids may use their thumbs more than their arms and legs, but that doesn't mean they wouldn't put down the controller for a real bow and arrow or fishing pole.
Amid poolside barbecues, family vacations and day trips, officials are reminding residents to stay safe on the roads.
As the mercury on the thermometers stretches higher, it can mean only one thing for Lake Lanier law enforcement - time to scrape the cobwebs off the citation books.
Once Hall County commissioners vote on a final budget in upcoming weeks, they'll turn their eyes to the county's landfill fund.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners now has three choices to consider for the 2012 fiscal year: drastically cut expenses, raises taxes or fall somewhere in the middle.
Ava White knows how to teach slow readers, and she wants to help Hall County's students on a large scale.
Storms whipped through the region Thursday night bringing some much needed rain but also some damage and power outages.
A two-vehicle wreck Friday afternoon west of Dahlonega killed a 76-year-old resident of Ben West Road.
When students begin class at Brenau Academy this fall, they will not have the option to take typical high school level courses. Instead, they will be dual-enrolled at Brenau University.
Peggy Roper-Phillips can remember her high school graduation like it was yesterday.
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Gainesville Police are seeking help in identifying two suspects they say entered three vehicles and stole money on Riverside Drive in the early hours of ...
Free health screenings and smoke detectors will be offered from 5-7 p.m. Wednesday at Lula Assembly of Praise.
More overnight lane closures are set as part of work on the Boling Bridge replacement on Dawsonville Highway/Ga. 53 near the Hall-Forsyth county line.
A Buford woman was killed by an allegedly drunken driver Sunday night at Lanier Islands Parkway/Ga. 347 and McEver Road in South Hall.
More than 60 vendors will be featured Feb. 16 at the business expo put on annually by the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce.
A Sunday night fire displaced one person while leaving a Gainesville house and two vehicles as total losses and damaging a third car.
Grocery carts come in all shapes, sizes and styles these days to meet shoppers' needs and those of their children.
A proposed 45-lot subdivision off Lake Lanier in West Hall is set to go before the Hall County Planning Commission Monday night.
Construction of a new 316,000-square-foot campus for Lanier Technical College overlooking Ga. 365 in northeast Hall County is moving on schedule and on budget ...
As steam rose from the crushed police car, Bill Taylor ran over to check on his good friend and colleague Henry Tilman Davis in the ...
Every community needs its leaders, women and men who bring people together and make the wheels turn.
For many, the Jan. 26 announcement may have come as a sudden surprise, but Mincey Marble's decision to move its operations away from its ...
Fear is returning to the heart of the predominantly Mexican business district in Gainesville.
Less than a mile separates the old and new locations of ECHO Wellness Center.
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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