Two late-summer festivals are joining forces this year as the Clermont City Celebration Sept. 5.
As head of Hall County's area agency on aging, Pat Freeman sees the issues that affect elderly drivers.
With its mountain vistas, brightened in the fall by changing leaves, one might think North Georgia would be filled with painters staring at the horizon.
Following a whirlwind of sales during the Cash for Clunkers program, many local dealerships still are waiting to get paid by Uncle Sam.
Would you like to enter a world that is all your own?
Andrew Furey's cheeks are red.
BALDWIN - Bodies still are being cremated some 25 feet from the home of Theron Ayers' 91-year-old mother-in-law, and he doesn't like it.
OAKWOOD - Once a vital connector with easily reached businesses and neighborhoods, Frontage Road in South Hall now sits in three pieces with some people struggling to give or get directions.
JEFFERSON - They staggered their motorcycles in long rows in front of the shop, sitting their helmets on the seats and sipping coffee while they waited for the ride to begin.
Some 350 to 400 people are expected to arrive for the three-day Governor's Tourism Conference next week at Lake Lanier Islands resort.
A Gainesville woman was sentenced to four years in prison for embezzling $600,000 from a Buford company whose owners said they treated her like a daughter.
A Lakeview Academy advisory committee will begin its search today for a new headmaster.
JEFFERSON - Even though he was under the influence, Avery Wood gladly got behind the wheel of a vehicle with Jefferson Police Chief Joe Wirthman as his passenger.
The city of Oakwood responded Friday to action taken by the Hall County Board of Commissioners on an annexation request that the city says was sought by the property owners.
After four months of operation, Hall County's reuse water system is more popular than anyone expected.
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The removal of a child often results in three types of trauma, according to Hall County Juvenile Court Judge Lindsay Burton.
At 8:30 a.m., the briefs are organized and the coloring books are gathered. The robe goes on for Hall County Juvenile Court Judge Lindsay Burton.
Foster care is in crisis in Hall County.
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