Developers already promised water will not be left high and dry, though Gainesville has resolved to curb new development in an effort to cut water use. The city is working to cut its water use to 15.82 million gallons per day, but has not quite reached the state-mandated target.
With the end of Thanksgiving comes the beginning of the Christmas season. And Flowery Branch Better Hometown celebrated the commencement of the season with a tree-lighting ceremony and prayer service Thursday evening.
As turkeys were basted and casseroles cooked on Thursday morning, the rain trickling down kitchen windows was yet another blessing for which to be thankful.
To conserve water, Gainesville officials resolved to work with schools to "go paper" in cafeterias, but the idea seemed paper-thin to nutrition employees in the Hall County School system.
The funding couldn't come at a better time.
If you feed them, they will come.
A 21-year-old man is charged with vehicular homicide and driving under the influence after a wreck Wednesday afternoon in Cumming that killed his 20-year-old passenger.
Flowery Branch residents could soon be paying fines for violating the outdoor watering ban.
Troopers are predicting 18 deaths on Georgia roads this holiday travel period, which begins at 6 p.m. and ends at midnight Sunday.
If, by any chance, you are entrusting the preparation of your Thanksgiving feast to your first-grader, you may be in serious trouble. The Times paid a visit to Tracy Markey's first grade class at Centennial Arts Academy in Gainesville to ask first-
Next month, Hall County will consider two major developments in the northern part of the county that have drawn opposition from several local residents.
Today the roadwork that has consumed major chunks of asphalt on and off Interstate 985 and two ends of Ga. 53 in Hall County for months is on hold - but only for a short while.
For a brief time Wednesday, a hearing in Hall County Superior Court took on the appearance of a serious bingo game.
September Leach was up early Wednesday morning in search of a Christmas tree. Her adventure brought her to the Kinsey Family Farm in Forsyth County, where she had been before.
In the Highland Park subdivision, they're calling Eddie and Pam Cole "Dirty Harry and Dirty Harriet."
Braving winter weather