You pull open the swimming pool cover and expect to find water, and that's about it, not an unhappy 1,000-pound buffalo splashing about.
Much has changed in the classroom since Barbara Dixon was in grade school.
East Hall High School was evacuated Monday morning after a bomb threat was discovered written on a wall.
Hall County may sell the old jail facility in midtown Gainesville for a much needed financial boost.
Jaqueline Navarro weaved yarn together to resemble an old doll Monday.
Hall County Schools officials approved a proposal Monday night for Spout Springs Elementary School to attempt to become the county's next charter school.
An Asian invasion of the bug variety doesn't appear to be ending anytime soon.
Some Hall County residents opened up their homes Sunday afternoon so visitors could sample good foods for a good cause.
North Georgia College & State University continues a lecture series tonight with a look at how to teach students in the 21st century.
Fatal car crashes with teen drivers fell dramatically during the past five years, according to a new federal report, and Hall County numbers show the same trend.
A Brenau University student project made entirely of used cans and bottles may soon be found on campuses across Hall County.
Hall County has been able to fight the recession with the opening of several new retail stores over the last month.
William "Bill" Mueller woke up at 5 a.m. Saturday to prepare for his morning ride - on his unicycle.
Mooney Manufacturing thrived for decades on the corner of Gainesville and Main streets, on a hill overlooking the downtown area.
If war is hell, maybe Timothy Jaron Helton has seen a bit more than his share.
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A Toccoa man was ejected from his car Monday morning and killed after his car overturned on Ga. 365 in Alto.
Authorities identified the victim of a boating incident Friday on Lake Lanier as Department of Natural Resources personnel continue to search for the body.
Two suspects used $1,000 of fake money made for movies to buy lawn equipment last month at a Buford Wal-Mart, police said.
The Times began covering the Olympics' arrival in Hall County from the day the announcement was made. The headlines prior to the Games and during ...
Braving winter weather
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