A Hall County native and North Hall High School graduate is taking part in the U.S. Marines Corps' flood relief efforts in Pakistan.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners is prepared to release the details of a Sept. 8 executive session discussion about the Glades Reservoir at its work session today.
Almost 12 years ago, Annie Lou Hughey was found dead inside her home. Gainesville Police Department investigators are still looking for clues.
The hunt was on Sunday for the perfect book at the Gainesville branch of the Hall County Library System.
Freshmen new to North Georgia College & State University are each considering the same question this semester: What is my mark on the world?
Work toward pursuing state money for a new literacy center in Oakwood could begin in earnest early next year.
Cancer can strike anyone at any time.
North Georgia College & State University plans to expand its foreign language programs, thanks to $2 million in federal money.
When local residents think about doing some serious shopping, Lakeshore Mall on Pearl Nix Parkway is often not high on the list of must-hit destinations.
CLERMONT - There was only one place in Hall County on Saturday where you could participate in archery and laser tag, pet a goat and a pig, and watch a parade while chowing down on some boiled peanuts and a snow cone.
Mother Nature must be an art-lover because she provided perfect weather Saturday for Art in the Square in downtown Gainesville.
A convenience store on Atlanta Highway was robbed Friday night and the suspect remains at large.
Don't be surprised if you see cyclists on the road today.
After contributing to a $70 million renovations budget, the Lake Lanier Islands Development Authority is working to make sure guests visit the resort to appreciate the upgrades.
The Hall County Library System is inviting all avid readers to stock up on books for as little as a dime a piece at its annual book sale this weekend.
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Employee pay raises are at the fore of a $97 million spending plan Hall County officials are considering for the 2017 fiscal year.
Braving winter weather
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