Several Northeast Georgia cities saw their populations double during the last decade, according to numbers released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Pete Martin, John Melvin and Martha Nesbitt stand for the Boy Scouts oath in their own way.
The Gainesville City Schools board will vote Monday on a plan aimed at preserving the system's pre-kindergarten teacher salaries.
A Marietta man was arrested within hours of his alleged Gainesville bank heist and getaway by taxicab, officers said.
The owner of a motorsports park in western Dawson County says he will drill his own wells to prepare for the development's future water needs.
A new online job training site recently launched in Georgia, offering resources to those struggling to get back to work. But there's one key difference between this campaign and others that have been unveiled during the recession.
Authorities are investigating a collision between a Hall County school bus and a cargo van that injured two adults.
A summery weekend will usher in the first official day of spring on Sunday while the forecast for today calls for sun and a high of 80.
A Dahlonega man died in a tractor accident Wednesday at his home, officials said.
Twenty-eight gifts, wrapped in snow white paper, surrounded Fox News reporter and weekend anchor Kelly Wright when he took the speaker's podium.
It's time for the tug of war to begin.
The Hall County Hispanic population surged 72 percent since 2000. But that just-released 2010 census number is only part of the story, according to those familiar with the community.
Gainesville's Newtown and Fair Street residents are hitting their sidewalks this weekend to keep the neighborhood clean.
At lower rates than first proposed, caterers now can sell alcoholic beverages at off-premises events, such as weddings and reunions, in Flowery Branch.
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There's nothing quite like seeing a project come to fruition.
Braving winter weather
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