Assistant professor of political science Craig Greathouse will discuss peacebuilding and conflict resolution in Monday's installment of the Great Decisions lecture series, an annual discussion program produced by the Foreign Policy Association.
The Republican candidates for Georgia's ninth district seat in Congress may have few ideological differences, but they are not subtle.
Candice King woke up early Saturday to go on a walk with her family.
A center on Chestnut Street in Gainesville may not seem the likeliest place to play a vital role in medical research.
Gainesville Street may look like a peaceful drive between McEver and Lights Ferry roads, passing pastures, thick oak trees and quaint homes.
Census Day has come and gone, but some Hall County residents still have not received their forms.
Plans for a fitness room in the Frances Meadows Aquatic and Community Center have fallen by the wayside.
The troopers of Gainesville's Georgia State Patrol Post 6 finally got into their new digs this week.
More than 4,000 driving-age teens in Hall County will get a dose of reality-based shock drama next week.
Many Hall County gardeners, new and old, are ready for color in their landscape after a long, cold winter.
Though some signs point to an improving economy, foreclosure rates are not one of those positive signs - not yet.
ATLANTA - Republican gubernatorial hopeful Nathan Deal tapped his state gubernatorial campaign account to pay more than $19,000 in legal fees to defend against congressional ethics allegations.
Deal's lawyer, Randy Evans, called the move "perfectly legal."
DAWSONVILLE - Students at a Catholic college in Dawsonville will return from spring break on Monday to begin packing to say goodbye for the semester.
Hall County Administrator Charley Nix told commissioners Thursday afternoon that there is a bumpy road ahead as the county prepares for budget hearings for fiscal year 2011.
It's been almost one month since former West Hall baseball player Brian Ernst died from cancer, but celebrations of his life are still going strong.
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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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