OAKWOOD - Oakwood is putting some teeth in an ordinance governing business taxes.
Jury selection began Monday for the retrial of a Gainesville man whose 2007 conviction for aggravated assault on a police officer was overturned by the Georgia Supreme Court.
The battle is over for Jones Elementary School.
Gainesville welcomed its new police chief Monday in a brief ceremony to make official his role at the helm of the city department.
A Gwinnett County teacher has announced his plans to seek the Post 1 seat on the Flowery Branch City Council.
The pool at Gainesville State College won't be closing after all.
When the Georgia General Assembly passed its budget, it eliminated funding for several student tests.
The Hall County Farmers Market will hold its first market of the season Tuesday morning, and local farmers say they are ready for another banner year.
DAWSONVILLE - Last week was a unique, star-studded time for the city of Dawsonville.
Keith Whitfield is tired of seeing the bodies of children slain at the hands of their fathers.
Memories of the two-year drought that drained Lake Lanier to a historic low are about to be revived in the courtroom.
Dawson County school officials unanimously approved Jullian "Jute" Wilson last week as its new high school principal.
Late one recent Monday morning, suspicious-looking teens spotted by a Coker Road resident outside a neighbor's house prompted a call to 911.
The Red Cross is going back to its roots.
It only took a few minutes into the first ultrasound of her second pregnancy for Mary Beth Blair to know that something was unusual.
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It is now legal to "shoot the hooch" with hooch in Georgia.
Perry Cook was just taking his dogs out for some fresh air and exercise at home on June 8.
Carrie Kiger is concerned about the extra traffic a 508-acre waterfront development in South Hall near Jackson County would create for the already busy road ...
Forty of North Georgia's finest athletes took to the beaches, streets and paths Saturday at Don Carter State Park for Gainesville's first-ever triathlon.
Teresa Owens' homemade sign bearing a simple message, "Don't trust GDOT," sums up how she and many of her neighbors feel about the newly ...
Four speakers at a June 20 meeting of the Gainesville school board expressed concerns about the Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy reconstruction project.
More than 18 meetings have been held with various groups about the proposed construction of a new building for Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy in Gainesville ...
Little did Laura Curtis Ratana know when she created her first marshmallow in 2012 that she would soon be selling the handmade fluffy treats from ...
Braving winter weather
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