Although its 2010 golf tournament hasn't happened yet, the Medical Center Foundation is already setting its sights on 2011.
With classes starting back at Brenau University today, some biology students may get a taste of pop culture.
Depending on a comprehensive study of employee benefits, future Gainesville government employees may not enjoy the same vacation packages currently in place, according City Manager Kip Padgett.
It may have taken 18 years for it to happen, but $1.5 million later and the Spa at Château Élan has a new look.
More than 15 years ago, Michael Anthony Butts was found dead in his home. Hall County Sheriff's deputies are still looking for clues.
The drought produced the group. Higher water levels on Lake Lanier may be causing it to sink.
Alan Kindree made a find of his own while playing host to the Discovery Channel.
The last time Jerry Hill of Murrayville saw Warren S. Jackson was on July Fourth.
Bears, bobcats, coyotes - if you live in Northeast Georgia, these critters are probably your neighbors whether you know it or not.
OAKWOOD - Instead of moving ahead with plans for some space in its building two years ago, the Georgia Poultry Laboratory off Oakwood Road got a condemnation notice for that area.
Antioch Baptist Church in Gainesville may have only been half occupied Saturday afternoon, but when voices were raised in prayer and worship, the place was nearly bursting at the seams with life.
State scores on the college entrance ACT exam inched up this year, but local school officials aren't really paying attention.
DAHLONEGA - Rainy weather didn't stop blues fans from coming to Lumpkin county to enjoy a day and night of blues music.
Customers often complain that downtown Gainesville businesses close too early on the weekends, and business owners complain that there aren't enough customers to stay open later.
Heavy rains Saturday caused part of a parking lot to collapse at the Sonic restaurant in Cleveland.
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Five people were taken to the hospital Tuesday after a two-car collision on Ga.369/Jesse Jewell Parkway in Gainesville, according to authorities.
Settlement talks appear to be crumbling between Georgia and Florida before an Oct. 31 "water wars" trial between the states.
With a crane putting a 16-ton monument snugly into place Tuesday, workers now can go full steam completing improvements to historic Roosevelt Square in downtown ...
With 385 acres now in hand, a developer now can move ahead on developing an 800-home active adult community in Braselton.
Braving winter weather
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