Gainesville's water customers could see their rates increase in January 2012 by a few dollars each month.
They cleared out his desk, moved in a lounging chair with an ottoman and plugged in a table-top fountain so the water cascaded near a stationary cross.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners will continue to talk about plans for baseball fields at Cool Springs Park in northwest Hall.
Joy The Clown, a lifelong entertainer, died Tuesday of natural causes.
A rabies alert has been issued for the Belton Bridge Road area of North Hall after a rabid fox was confirmed in the area.
Gainesville's midtown greenway received much-needed shade Friday.
Brenau University named and welcomed its new provost to the Gainesville campus on Friday.
As the number of grandparents taking care of their grandchildren increases, some safety advocates worry it also raises the risk of kids coming in contact with dangerous medications.
Hall County tax offices are headed to the county-owned Liberty Mutual Building on Browns Bridge Road, after all.
Gainesville's firefighters can dig trenches, tie knots and climb through debris.
Forsyth County has joined the effort for a higher Lake Lanier.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners voted Thursday night to stop amassing legal fees over whether the county can replace a member of the Hall County Board of Tax Assessors.
Hall County Sheriff's Office investigators arrested a Flowery Branch man Wednesday in connection with a burglary in Country Walk subdivision in South Hall.
Multi Agency Narcotics Squad agents arrested a Hall County woman after searching a home and discovering 68 potted marijuana plants in the basement, officers said.
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