JEFFERSON - A building that closed last year may get a new lease on life as the Jackson County Board of Commissioners enters into discussions with the Georgia Department of Corrections for its use.
When it comes to required tests, students in the Jefferson City Schools system are ahead of the state curve in many areas.
The Gainesville mayor's office proclaimed Tuesday "Jill Goforth Day" in honor of the New Holland Core Knowledge Academy principal who is retiring from a nearly 30-year career in education.
BRASELTON - Northeast Georgia Medical Center officials say plans for a hospital campus at Medical Plaza 1 in Braselton remain on schedule as litigation with Barrow Regional Medical Center continues.
Northeastern Judicial Circuit Public Defender Brad Morris was in stable condition at Grady Memorial Hospital Tuesday night after being airlifted with severe injuries following a traffic accident.
The executive director of the state's association of water professionals came to Gainesville today with an armload of awards for the city's Public Utilities Department.
Gainesville school system's Centennial Arts Academy has been selected by the Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education as one of six stops on the 17th Annual Bus Trip Across Georgia.
The price of gasoline in Georgia has climbed 29 cents a gallon since May 1, surpassing the national average price surge of 25 cents during the same time.
The Gainesville school board will spend the next month or so determining its priorities as it builds a roughly $51 million general fund budget for the upcoming fiscal year.
After months of discussion and public input, the Jefferson City Council finally has reached a resolution concerning updates to the city's existing noise ordinance.
Neighboring school districts report only a few teachers' contracts were not renewed for next school year and some districts are actively hiring teachers.
The Rev. Eddie Stephens of Gainesville, father of a Gainesville woman killed in the 9/11 attack on the Pentagon, died Saturday after a brief illness. He was 88.
Budget cuts have the future of two agencies geared toward economic development hanging in the balance.
As an adult, dealing with the loss of a loved one can be difficult. Coping with that loss can be made even more difficult when trying to help a child through that process.
Now on track to build two parks, Hall County officials differ on whether the county is up to the task.
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One lane of Browns Bridge Road will be closed at Watson Circle starting at 5:15 p.m. due to a water main break under ...
Lemuel Betancourt, 47, has announced his candidacy for the Gainesville City Council Ward 3 seat currently held by Myrtle Figueras.
A pair of Gainesville twins charged with burglary in November by Gainesville Police were indicted last week by a grand jury.
A bell tolls across Lakeview Academy's grounds, signaling the official start of the school year on Wednesday.
Changes to the state tax code are possible when lawmakers convene in January for the 2016 session of the Georgia General Assembly, but just who ...
The prosecution and defense closed Wednesday in the case of a Lawrenceville man charged with attempted armed robbery and shooting a man in the side.
A Macon man allegedly sent lewd images of himself to someone he believed to be 14 years old, Hall County Sheriff's Office authorities said.
A verdict in a lawsuit alleging that the Habersham County Board of Commissioners and Habersham County Airport Authority violated open meetings and records laws is ...
North Hall residents now have another way to renew their car tags.
An 85-year-old violin teacher under investigation for child molestation now faces an additional 50 charges of possession of child pornography.
Nadia is from Switzerland; Dafne is from Mexico; Max is from Sweden; and Andrew is from Wyoming. While coming from all different corners of the ...
Traffic is split on Ga. 347/Friendship Road as part of a Georgia Department of Transportation widening project.
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