A Gainesville native had a hand this week in U.S. military exercises with South Korea, as an international crisis loomed with communist North Korea.
As Karl Kiel spoke before a group of sixth-graders on Thursday, there was one word he used over and over - brainwashed.
Gainesville employees may be receiving too much when it comes to vacation and sick leave, council members said Thursday morning.
The town of Clermont has decided to withdraw its appeal of the ruling in the North Hall library lawsuit.
Gainesville's public utilities staff could take on new responsibilities in January when it comes to adding sewer and water extensions to the city's system.
Two North Georgia tourism sites will add new employees and complete much-awaited projects thanks to nearly $18,000 in state grant money they were awarded in November.
As John Barge, state school superintendent-elect, transitions to office this January, he'll have some help from Hall County.
If you haven't started your holiday decorating, you may want to make plans to attend the annual Festival of Trees on Saturday.
Thanks to some federal dollars, Gainesville's police officers will stay safe while on duty for several years to come.
The Hall County Sheriff's Office hasn't been able to speak yet to the 19-year-old victim of a shooting at his South Hall home.
With a new legislative session on the horizon, county governments are preparing their wish lists.
Lake Lanier is up nearly 9 inches since Monday, thanks to steady and occasional hard rain this week.
Gov.-elect Nathan Deal is traveling to Washington, D.C., today to meet with President Barack Obama and other incoming governors at the White House.
Gainesville police officers were recently recognized for reaching out across the community, especially to Hispanic residents.
It seemed like every Gainesville official was at the public safety complex dedication on Tuesday afternoon.
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