Hall County grew 29 percent since 2000, part of a massive swell across North Georgia, according to numbers released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Homeowners can find out more about their hemlock trees, and ways to stop the pesky bug that threatens them, on a special television program airing this week.
The Hall County Sheriff's Office deputy injured in a four-vehicle crash Tuesday night was treated and released from the hospital hours after the wreck, deputies said.
Job creation remains the focal point for solving Georgia's problems, Gov. Nathan Deal told business executives Wednesday.
Hall County's penny sales tax for education, approved Tuesday, got broad support across Hall County but especially big support in Gainesville.
Single-family homes may replace planned townhomes in a 30-acre section of one of Hall County's largest subdivisions, Sterling on the Lake in Flowery Branch.
The Georgia Senate has approved a bill that would allow local communities to decide whether to allow stores to sell alcohol on Sundays.
Gainesville Police know there was a weekend gunfire exchange that didn't injure anyone outside an apartment complex and how a stolen gun was recovered, but they just don't know what the incident was all about.
Lake Lanier Islands Resort launched a new group wellness program Tuesday that organizers say is charting new territory in the world of destination health programs.
An overturned tractor trailer has forced the closure of Ga. 369 in both directions just west of Doc Bramlett Road in Forsyth County, sheriff's officials said.
OAKWOOD - Georgia Department of Transportation's planning director painted a dark future for road construction if a planned 1-cent sales tax doesn't pass in a statewide vote next year.
Martha Nesbitt's personality is contagious, even infectious, her close friends say.
Leaders of both parties joined Gov. Nathan Deal Tuesday as he signed the new HOPE scholarship bill into law at the state Capitol.
Hall County voters responded with a resounding "yes" to continue the 1-cent sales tax for education during Tuesday's special election.
This story will be updated as soon as ballots are counted.
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