Local animal control officials are still investigating a case of rabies discovered in Oakwood this week, and residents are checking whether their own pets are vaccinated.
A proposed new set of utility rates - one that includes a nearly 30 percent hike for longtime Flowery Branch residents - is set for a vote on Sept. 23.
Leading up to this evening's football game, there will be a lot of speculation on who will win: the Gainesville High School Red Elephants or Buford High School Wolves?
High School football is back.
The big games start tonight and students across the county are ready.
A special group formed by the state legislature to analyze Georgia's tax code began a fact-finding mission Thursday that will help shape any changes lawmakers make to the way Georgians pay taxes next year.
Rain couldn't stop them - not even bugs.
You may not see a lot of train tracks, but Hall County plays an important role in the railroad industry.
When it comes to local and state politics, the two aren't always as different as they may seem.
Hall County Schools students need to check their calendars again.
Local animal control officials are still investigating a case of rabies discovered in Oakwood this week and are alerting area residents to a possible threat in the area.
Some dogs are natural born swimmers.
When Avalyn Parker relocated with her family from New Jersey to Gainesville, she expected many things.
It was Nathan Deal's birthday, but the celebration at Gainesville's Smithgall Arts Center Wednesday had little to do with the Republican gubernatorial candidate's age.
Oakwood city employees now can use a combination of their age and years of experience to qualify for full retirement benefits.
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A Gainesville woman is accused of ramming her car into another woman's car until it struck a power pole, police said.
Local officials were among those at public schools nationwide who received an Obama administration directive Friday saying they must permit transgender students to use bathrooms ...
A raucous roar of cheering, stamping and squealing poured out of the Sardis Enrichment School gymnasium Friday morning.
Wednesday's unveiling of artifacts recovered from a northeast Hall County historic mill site likely would have delighted the late William L. Norton Jr.
An argument in a Lula man's car preceded three gunshots to the chest and arms, a Gainesville Police investigator testified Thursday.
Braving winter weather
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