A combination of cool weather, sunny smiles and inflatable rides attracted a crowd estimated at more than 2,000 for Clermont's annual Sunday at the Park.
The people have spoken and WomenSource has responded accordingly.
Robert E. Adams, a Gainesville business owner who helped build one of the largest moving companies in the Southeast, died Thursday at age 85.
The murder happened nine years ago, but crime scene tape is still stuck to the fence around the property, now overgrown with weeds.
Teacher Meishan Spradlin usually begins her Mandarin Chinese class with a warm-up, with phrases such as "My name is" and "I am 13."
Golfers at Gainesville's Chattahoochee Golf Course may soon be riding in newer golf carts soon, but they'll have to pay for it.
What should be as simple as going to the refrigerator and picking something out can be a bit more complex for some.
The Gainesville City Council will have its first public reading of a new adult entertainment ordinance Tuesday, and workers from the city's only such business, The Top of Gainesville, plan to be there.
TRYON, N.C. - Hogback Mountain rises in the distance. Sounds from nature fill the air, occasionally broken by the sound of a car passing by on the curvy Lakeshore Drive.
There are changes ahead for Hall County Schools and Gainesville City Schools as $400 million in Race to the Top funding is forecasted to enter school districts this fall.
Summer in Hall County means barbecue, time at the park and fun on Lake Lanier.
Two vehicle accidents have temporarily closed Ga. 53/Dawsonville Highway as emergency workers transport six victims to hospitals, while another person has been airlifted with severe injuries.
Susan Nation has seen firsthand the benefits of arts for local young people.
TV channels are swamped with college and professional football games during the fall months.
Gainesville's new public safety building is almost ready to open, and workers are wrapping up the final move-in steps.
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The University of North Georgia ranked 24th among public regional universities in the South, according to U.S. News & World Report.
Gainesville resident Doug Hanson has a passion for helping the homeless.
The Georgia Mountains YMCA's 5-year stay in Oakwood appears to be ending.
Three "owners" of businesses received financing offers from the Lake Lanier Sharks on Tuesday morning, but only two accepted the offers.
Buddy Curry shared stories from his football playing days and highlighted how concussions were previously underestimated for years, shrugged off as a mere "ding."
Braving winter weather
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