The Gainesville City Board of Education plans to talk Monday about how growing traffic on Enota Avenue is affecting Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy.
BY STEPHEN GURR firstname.lastname@example.org DAHLONEGA - Professor Joe Morgan's PowerPoint presentation isn't for those with weak stomachs.In a semi-darkened classroom of 30 students at North Georgia College and State University, Morgan projected image after image of grisly death scenes on a large screen. The pictures are an integral part of the new death investigation class taught by Morgan, a former senior investigator ...
The 18-year battle between Georgia, Florida and Alabama over water appears headed back to federal court.
Hall County children will gather in a most magical way today, to celebrate the 104th birthday of Dr. Seuss. The National Education Association is hosting the 11th annual Read Across America day to honor Theodor Seuss Geisel, the beloved author who brought rhyme and fun into the lives of countless children worldwide. More than 45 million parents and children are expected to participate in the birthday celebration that aims to ...
If an influenza pandemic strikes, every segment of the community is going to be affected, including businesses. But convincing companies that they need to be prepared has been a tough sell.
An adoption attorney from White County wants Edward Tucker, 35-year clerk of court for Lumpkin County, to rethink how he does business.
Aspiring ballerinas ages 3 to 9 enjoyed a day of dance Saturday at the Snow White Mini-camp and Tea Party held by the Gainesville Ballet Co.
GAINESVILLE - Johnson, North Hall and West Hall high schools have been authorized to start up the highly challenging International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme.
The Flowery Branch planning and zoning department moved into new digs Friday.
Keep Hall Beautiful has a new director, a new office and a fresh start.
The Hall County school system no longer is looking at shuffling attendance lines to give a group of families the option of sending their child to the planned World Languages Academy.
For Robert Jenkins, they were all golden years.
A group of students from Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy's Reading Bowl team tied for third place Saturday in the Sixth Annual Georgia Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl.
The U.S. House of Representatives voted Thursday to name the Cleveland post office in honor of Sgt. Jason Robert Harkins, who was killed in Iraq.
As tribute after tribute was offered Thursday night, Nell Wiegand alternated between bursts of laughter and dabbing tears.
Holidays are a time of giving, but they can be a time of taking for opportunistic criminals, law enforcement officials say.
The year's busiest travel day finds motorists in North Georgia fighting nasty weather to reach their Thanksgiving destinations.
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