Memos and spreadsheets are paper testimonies to the various Gainesville departments' awareness of rising fuel costs. They also are evidence that city government fuel use is rising with the prices.
Red and yellow, black and white were all welcomed to the Race Unity Day picnic at Wilshire Trails Park by the Baha'i faith of Hall County. Race Unity Day took place Sunday and is a concept local Baha'i community members have celebrated at Longwood Park or Wilshire Trails Park for at least the past 10 years, said Baha'i community member Carol Hendrix. "It's about getting all the races ...
PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. - Less than a year after being relaunched, The Times' Web site, gainesvilletimes.com, was named Georgia's best daily newspaper Web site at Friday's Better Newspaper Contest awards banquet at the Georgia Press Association convention.
A local teacher's son is in "satisfactory condition" at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas, after being badly burned in combat in Afghanistan.
Get ready for "Drought: The Sequel."
Despite the 95-degree heat, several hundred people came out to hear a variety of musical entertainment and to help raise money and awareness for two charities.
DAHLONEGA Summer Jefferson struck gold Saturday with the help of a gray-bearded stranger with a metal pan. "This is so cool, I got a piece of gold that's worth 35 cents," the 10-year-old Forsyth County girl said, holding up a small glass tube of water with a flake of gold floating inside it. Earlier, Summer asked living history re-enactor Mike Clark about how to tell ...
The Gainesville school system's budget deficit of $6.5 million to $7 million deficit is rooted in events before the current fiscal year, which began July 1, 2007. Here's a look at some of its history and what city taxpayers can expect in days ahead:
Quick work by Gainesville police led to the arrest of a man suspected of robbing a Dawsonville Highway restaurant at gunpoint early Saturday.
A Norcross woman was arrested during the investigation of suspected prostitution operation Friday at a Gainesville house, authorities said.
The battle over Bethel Park appears headed to federal court.
Just after the start of a fiscal year that would end with his school system's budget nearly $7 million in the hole, Gainesville school superintendent Steven Ballowe was given a three-year contract with a guarantee of payment of salary and all benefits for the remainder of the contract if he is dismissed without cause.
Taxpayers still will likely pay more in taxes for the Hall County school system, but not as much as earlier expected.
Free clinics for the poor are seen as a partial solution to the nation's health care crisis. But most of these clinics are staffed by volunteer physicians, and many practicing doctors aren't able to take time out of their hectic lives to participate.
Firefighters are still settling in after their first week at Fire Station 2's new home in Clermont while neighbors are enjoying lower insurance premiums.
After nine days on trial in Hall County Superior Court in Gainesville, Paul J. Bennett still has lingering legal issues - he faces four misdemeanor charges brought by the state in a prior, separate incident.
AT&T is seeking to put up a 195-foot cellphone tower at Maranatha Baptist Church in Oakwood.
A former substitute teacher is now in the Hall County Jail after being arrested on a stalking charge.
A Clarkesville man was arrested Wednesday on a charge of enticing a child for indecent purposes following a Hall County Sheriff's Office undercover operation.
Gainesville firefighters put out a car fire this afternoon inside an auto shop at 894 Wills Street just off Queen City Parkway.
Gainesville Police are investigating after a man fled from a traffic stop and officers found him dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, Cpl. Kevin Holbrook said.
Some economic signs are encouraging, such as a surging stock market and industry expansion, but the area's housing market is still struggling to make a comeback in the wake of the nation's worst downturn since the Great Depression.
The glass in the front door at North Hall High School was found broken Tuesday morning.
Gainesville residents may not pay water rate increases to help fund the planned Glades Reservoir in Hall County, but they could still wind up on the hook down the road.
The Hall County Sheriff's Office is appealing a decision by the Hall County Civil Service Board to reinstate two deputies terminated after the escape of an inmate from the Hall County Courthouse in July.
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