Before Haiti can look forward following the devastating 2010 earthquake, it must look back.
Police charged a Lula mother with reckless conduct Thursday after officers reported she left her infant son in the car and went off to shop for beauty supplies.
It rarely took John Owen more than a minute to make up his mind.
When it comes to living in the Governor's Mansion, the biggest adjustment so far has been laundry, First Lady Sandra Deal told visiting Hall County students Thursday.
A 13-month-old infant was freed from a locked vehicle parked at a Flowery Branch department store where his mother was shopping at the time, said Lt. David Spillers of Flowery Branch Police Department.
Hall County Sheriff Steve Cronic has asked county commissioners for permission to continue using former county attorney Bill Blalock in ongoing cases.
Several Gainesville residents are pushing plans to make their neighborhood a better place.
Hall County is developing a transportation plan that projects $2 billion in revenues through 2040, not factoring in a potential transportation sales tax vote next year.
A monthlong controversy came to a boiling point Wednesday at Gainesville State College.
Rep. Doug Collins introduced a bill that could help Georgia State Patrol officials regain control of how their vehicles are sold.
Hall County Sheriff's Office recovered two more computers as part of its ongoing investigation into the recent break-in at Lyman Hall Elementary School.
Students have taken aim at a new sport at Wauka Mountain Multiple Intelligences Academy and recently earned state recognition.
Its removal sparked outrage and intrigue since last month at Gainesville State College. Now, some on campus are hoping a piece of controversial artwork will spur a collegewide dialogue on censorship.
Bragg Road, once a two-lane country dirt road, is now a busy cut-through and nuisance to its neighbors, the sprawling, suburban-like Sterling on the Lake subdivision.
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A U.S. marshal killed when executing a warrant last week will have funeral services Saturday.
Editor's Note: Despite being included in this list previously, Avocados on the downtown Gainesville square is not open on Thanksgiving.
When it came time for James Procopio to graduate from Manhattan College in 1964, he had three options: join the military, get married or move ...
Healan's Mill is in the midst of a makeover.
Braving winter weather
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