Eight people attended a public hearing Thursday evening in Flowery Branch to offer input on the city's plans for the voter-approved tax allocation district.
After months of construction, the new Sardis Road-Dawsonville Highway intersection opened Wednesday for use.
GAINESVILLE - United Way of Hall County is more than halfway to its annual campaign goal of $2.07 million.
Rusty Ligon has been named Gainesville's planning director, according to Gainesville City Manager Bryan Shuler.
Nine Gainesville residents are taking their mission work to Vietnam today, and The Times' photographer Robin Michener Nathan will travel to the country to take shots of the humanitarians in action.
ATHENS -- An official of the U.S. Poultry and Egg Association said water conservation in the poultry industry has taken on a new importance because of the drought. Alling H. Yancy, vice president of food safety and production programs for the association, was among those attending a water conservation workshop sponsored by the Georgia Poultry Federation and the University of Georgia. "Water use has always been important," Yancy said. ...
A Gainesville man who police say eluded capture for two days after playing a high-speed game of "chicken" with a Gwinnett County officer was arrested Tuesday night in Oakwood.
GAINESVILLE - College presidents are getting healthy raises, and a dozen at private universities earn $1 million or more including benefits, according to a new survey published Monday.
Gainesville police have arrested a second suspect in Monday night's armed robbery of a convenience store and are seeking a third suspect.
Former Georgia Secretary of State Cathy Cox told Brenau Academy students on Wednesday to choose a profession that will be interesting and rewarding.
The Flowery Branch City Council will hold a public hearing this evening to get resident input on the first draft of the tax allocation district plan that seeks to make the growing city the "gem of South Hall."
The Jackson County Board of Commissioners hired a new manager Wednesday morning, who started work today.
Prices are skyrocketing, especially for the two things we can't avoid buying: fuel and food. Many people have been hurt by the real estate slump, and the drought has slashed income for people whose jobs depend on water.
The Lake Lanier Association is planning to take legal action against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers over the lake's sinking water level. Val Perry, vice president of the lake advocacy group, said the association feels left out of the legal battle between the corps and the governors of Georgia, Florida and Alabama. "If we're not there at the table, nobody is going to be speaking ...
Truett Cathy enjoys speaking about his hardscrabble upbringing in Atlanta, even though he now is listed on Forbes magazine's list of the richest Americans.
Buford High School senior Christana Landress has her marching orders. Landress was chosen to be in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Fire officials are warning residents not to let food and fun distract them from keeping an eye on the fire hazards that come with cooking the turkey.
A state public health team is set to visit Northeast Georgia Medical Center in Gainesville next week, as the hospital moves closer to a trauma care designation.
Before Black Friday, North Georgia might see a White Wednesday.
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