JEFFERSON - The Jefferson City Schools System has received national recognition for its use of technology, the only local district to earn this honor.
Students from Enota Elementary School gathered Saturday morning at Rock Creek Stream to participate in the Adopt-A-Stream cleanup event.
Another class of "Generation Inspiration" graduated Saturday, their sights more clearly set on the future.
Microfilm is an unlikely survivor of the digital revolution.
Trick or treaters in the area might need to tote an umbrella along when they make their Halloween night candy runs.
James Mathis Sr. understood what was important in life. The family man lent his business and marketing prowess to supporting education and preserving the history and natural beauty of Northeast Georgia.
Even with a few creature comforts from home, life in a cardboard box is no fun.
The Gainesville school board reviewed its financial options Friday as it plans to repair four school building roofs and possibly construct a new Fair Street International Baccalaureate World School.
"I'm my cat, Mr. Jewy," said 5-year-old Tori Mullins.
South Hall Middle eighth-grader Alberto Diaz left Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Scottish Rite this week and is now in intensive therapy.
LULA - Lula officials ceremoniously broke ground on the much-anticipated wastewater treatment plant Friday.
Nearly 1 in 3 adults plans to attend a Halloween party tonight, and that gives some folks the shivers.
After helping the kids tally how much Halloween loot they gathered, folks should be sure to set their clocks back an hour.
Four people, including three juveniles, were charged with burglary after Gainesville police caught them in the Chestatee Road area after a brief foot chase Thursday.
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Traffic is split on Ga. 347/Friendship Road as part of a Georgia Department of Transportation widening project.
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