Progress waits for no one, but it does pause for budget constraints.
Two recent cases involving teacher-student relationships have spurred a state legislator to clear up any question about such romantic trysts in Georgia.
Sgt. Jose Aguilar goes where the action is.
Local car dealers say they are glad to hear that the government-funded "cash for clunkers" program likely will get a second life.
BY STEPHEN GURR
Two areas of Hall County will be closed to hunters in the coming season.
For the second year in a row, Brenau University has been named among the 10 best small universities to work for nationwide in the Great Colleges to Work For rankings compiled by The Chronicle of Higher Education.
JEFFERSON - Veronica Starks found an unexpected bargain when she walked into Jefferson Academy for open house Thursday afternoon.
The Jefferson Rotary Club is trying to make it easier for city residents to put their patriotism on display .
The Dahlonega community is banding together to keep one of its most popular tourist attractions open seven days a week.
U.S. Rep. Nathan Deal, a Republican candidate for governor, commended Gov. Sonny Perdue's most recent attempt to resume water negotiations with the governors of Alabama and Florida.
Army Spc. Andy "Sully" Sullens, a Dahlonega native wounded in a May 17 blast in Afghanistan, plans on returning home Saturday for a benefit in his honor.
Teachers start pre-planning days next week, but this week they're shopping for classroom supplies and spending more of their own money than ever before.
State Sen. Lee Hawkins of Gainesville said he feels compelled to run for Congress because health care reform is headed in the "totally wrong direction."
Stimulus funding is coming to Gainesville.
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A Gainesville woman was charged Thursday with allegedly cutting the throat of another woman, according to authorities.
As Gateway Domestic Violence Center gears up for its 2016 appeal to donors, the local nonprofit has announced the launch of a new website and ...
The explosions down the road, rocking nearby homes, knocking out windows and scaring off pets, would have alarmed residents in this rural part of North ...
In case you haven't heard, seven high school students have been learning about journalism as part of mentorship programs at their schools.
A skunk sent to the Georgia Public Health Lab tested positive for rabies Thursday and became the 15th Hall County case for the year.
Nearly 20 years after the world watched the Olympic Games in Gainesville, the Lake Lanier Olympic Venue is on the verge of a makeover.
Citizens interested in learning CPR can receive free training each month from Hall County Fire Services.
There are some things you can't unsee, no matter how much you'd like to forget.
The developer of a large shopping complex on Dawsonville Highway announced Thursday the most recent business to sign on at the 200,000-square-foot site.
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