More than a thousand butterflies are on their way to Gainesville today in preparation for this year's annual Friends of the Park butterfly release.
While a lot has changed in 103 years, one thing has remained the same - Hall County continues to thrive because of the nurturing efforts of community members.
Coming soon to a Hall County Board of Commissioners meeting: a discussion of Sunday alcohol sales.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners voted Thursday to have interim County Administrator Jock Connell pull together a list of candidates for the county's top job.
DAWSONVILLE - At least two Dawsonville officials are feeling heartburn over an item discussed at the May 2 City Council meeting.
It's a good-news, bad-news thing concerning the weather.
For the last six weeks, the Gainesville High School Marching Band has been hard at work, practicing for tonight's concert, which will include something different.
Competition was fierce in the "smoke detector rally," a race to see which team of students could change smoke detector batteries the fastest.
Initial planning is under way for a charter school at North Hall High School that would draw students from several area counties.
A judge has again pushed back the sentencing hearing for a former Cornelia bank executive who pleaded guilty to using customers and family members in a multimillion-dollar fraud conspiracy.
A second Georgian has joined what is likely to be a crowded field seeking the Republican nomination for president in 2012.
Hall County students again surpassed the state average in all areas of the Georgia High School Graduation Test.
A squirrel's adventure into Jackson EMC's Oakwood substation left 1,200 customers without power Tuesday morning.
Two journalists at The Times have been honored with a 2010 Sigma Delta Chi Award for Public Journalism for their series on the Chattahoochee River.
A Jefferson man has traded up for a new and improved artificial limb.
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Like a game of Tetris, the three pieces of a modular home dropped into place Thursday on Spring Street in Gainesville.
When winter weather hits North Georgia, the proper preparation can help get you through the storm and stay warm and safe. Follow these tips:
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