A strange man cruising through an upscale North Hall subdivision ordered a 10-year-old to get into his truck in what authorities are calling an attempted child abduction.
Northeast Georgia Medical Center was recently named "Large Hospital of the Year" by The Georgia Alliance of Community Hospitals.
A Hall County man who got probation in a 1993 child molestation conviction was sentenced to 25 years in prison Monday after a jury found him guilty of molesting another child.
Oakwood's 2010 budget is poised for its final OK by City Council.
A 41-year-old Forsyth County man was hospitalized Sunday for serious injuries after a boat caught fire on Lake Lanier.
The magic of Christmas morning often centers around what's under the Christmas tree. But for many children this year, that magic won't happen without the help of local agencies.
The residents of Eagle Ranch, a Christian home for children in crisis, opened their arms and doors wide on Sunday for the annual open house event.
Gainesville's alcohol ordinances are likely to see another change this month as Gainesville officials continue to tweak the ordinances to make them less prohibitive to caterers and nonprofit organizations.
Dr. Darlene Lobel recalled one patient from a former practice who loved to fish but had long given up the pasttime after years of Parkinson's disease had taken their toll.
The Hall County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's help in an Oct. 15 burglary at North Hall High School at 4885 Mount Vernon Road.
In times like these, Deputy Stephen Wilbanks' job is more important than ever.
North Georgia offers few better ways to observe beautiful fall foliage than a trip to a trout-filled delayed harvest mountain stream.
JEFFERSON - The Jefferson City Schools System has received national recognition for its use of technology, the only local district to earn this honor.
Students from Enota Elementary School gathered Saturday morning at Rock Creek Stream to participate in the Adopt-A-Stream cleanup event.
Another class of "Generation Inspiration" graduated Saturday, their sights more clearly set on the future.
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The first storm of winter left North Georgia coated with a layer of snow and ice overnight Friday into Saturday.
An Army Corps of Engineers move this past week to reverse an irrigation ban stunned but pleased Lake Lanier homeowners.
A time for action.
After all the surgeries and waiting in a lengthy legal process, Megan Seabolt watches over healthy toddler Damon Gaddis running around.
Like your car, your computer has things that should and shouldn't be done to it. You don't drive on bald tires or with ...
Here are a few things we heard this week that we thought you might find interesting.
Snow began to accumulate in Gainesville on Friday evening as a winter storm began moving through North Georgia, with heavy rains and winds downing trees ...
A Gainesville woman was indicted Jan. 11 in a case involving her 16-month-old boy found by authorities in the back of car tied up with ...
A judge has found that Habersham County officials failed to comply with the state's open meetings and records laws.
Fifty men and women, young and old, walked into the U.S. District Courthouse and Federal Building as foreigners Friday.
With new uniforms, new mascots and plans for a new campus underway, Lanier Christian Academy is ready to accept students for the 2016-2017 school year.
Because of the winter weather and treacherous roads in the region, some customers may not receive delivery of Saturday's print edition of The Times.
Braving winter weather
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