The Brenau University Learning and Leisure Institute summer program begins registration at 4 p.m. May 6.
Visit Redwine United Methodist Church in South Hall this afternoon and you may feel as if you have entered an eerie time warp.
Furloughs can burn when there are not enough firefighters to staff an engine.
The Times advertising department won 21 awards, including 12 first-places, during a recent ceremony at the Georgia Press Association's annual advertising conference in Athens.
Sixty dogs are getting ready for the road trip of a lifetime.
After working together at a summer camp for those with developmental disabilities, Paul and Jessica Freeman got an idea.
In the span of four months, Habersham County's two superior court judges stepped down amid investigations into possible ethical violations.
The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch for 30 counties in North Georgia until 3 a.m., including Hall, Dawson, Forsyth, Gwinnett, Lumpkin, Towns, Union and White.
It may have been a soggy day, but the chicken was just right.
A former Lumpkin County commissioner was killed Friday in a car accident in Dawson County, officials said.
As is the case with many governmental departments, revenue for Gainesville's public utilities department is down and has been declining for several years.
Scotland has been nice, but it's time to get home.
The multicolored monument in the Shehans' front yard is more than a dedication to our area's poultry pride.
A woman was convicted of robbery by intimidation for forcing a sickly woman to give her money in a case tried this week in Hall County Superior Court.
A traffic stop for an illegal U-turn led Oakwood police to find nearly a quarter-pound of cocaine with a street value of $10,000 in 2008.
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Gainesville has named a new director of the Department of Water Resources.
A bill before the state legislature that would enact bans on assault rifles if passed has generated lots of buzz and controversy in recent weeks.
As rental rates climb, two Flowery Branch families feel stuck in the middle.
A Gainesville woman convicted last year of child sex trafficking and other charges was denied a new trial, according to court documents.
Braving winter weather
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