A Friday event will give folks a chance to say hail to the chief.
Most middle schoolers aren't thinking about college applications yet, but a handful are working on applications to Hall County's Da Vinci Academy.
More Georgians are going hungry than ever before, and many aren't getting the help that's available.
BRASELTON - The Braselton Town Council has voted to move forward with issuing bonds to fund several water and wastewater system projects.
Debbie Truelove knew she had a lot to live up to when she went to the Georgia Fire Academy in 1997.
Patrick Jones' blue eyes lit up when he was asked what he wants for Christmas.
The road to healthy eating during the holidays starts with the mind, not the knife and fork, says one area dietitian.
Faulty equipment led to a power outage that affected some 3,200 Georgia Power customers in Gainesville late Saturday and early Sunday.
Hall County firefighters are investigating a Saturday night house fire on West Ridge Road near Benson Drive.
Surrounded by steam and massive soybean storage bins, Matt Pearson is the affable guy at the helm of one of Gainesville's most profitable and polluting industries.
A group of law enforcement officers helped show kids the spirit of Christmas Saturday morning at the annual Shop with a Cop program.
There's good news if you put plans on hold to purchase your first home because you thought you'd missed the boat on the First-time Homebuyer Tax Credit.
Georgia's public schools - and some local leaders - are competing in their own version of "The Amazing Race."
Rain has been good for Lake Lanier, filling it up and more, but it hasn't been so kind to the area's state roads.
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When the Lunt girls fall asleep, they dream of being heroes and princesses - or artists and authors.
The historic Gym of '36 is fully renovated and open for business.
As the last of the merchandise was put on the shelves with the clock ticking down to the grand opening Friday of North Lake Square ...
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