Fifteen years after Gainesville's Citizens Bank ceased to be, nearly 100 former employees gathered Saturday to catch up and reminisce, flipping through bank books instead of yearbooks at a reunion that paid tribute to a bygone institution.
Banners make up a big chunk of Jay Kelly's sign-making business, but he'd like to see that form of sign put under control.
Gregg and Brittiny Peters had no idea that what started out as a crazy way to pay their children's medical bills 10 days ago would soon make them international celebrities.
A Clermont arsonist who set fire to a grocery store garbage bin while out on bond on two other arson charges was sentenced to three years in prison this week.
The Gainesville Redevelopment Authority agreed Friday to remove attorney Tread Syfan for any issues surrounding the a proposed hotel and office complex in Midtown.
Bill Vaughan has resigned from the Hall County Board of Tax Assessors after 13 years.
Homeowners aren't the only ones looking for lower loan interest rates; so is the city of Jefferson.
The Georgia Department of Transportation's assistant area engineer for maintenance in Lumpkin, Towns, Union and White counties is set to retire March 1.
The State Schools of Character program has named West Hall Middle School as the 2009 Georgia School of Character.
Ninth District Opportunity in Hall County has received $102.351 in federal funds under the Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program.
When Troy Millikan's mailbox got busted up with a two-by-four last year, the Gainesville lawyer figured they'd never catch the kids who did it.
Hall County firefighters were able to contain a blaze at an Oakwood home this afternoon.
With the Super Bowl just a day away, local businesses are gearing up to offer everything for the perfect party, from ordinary to unusual.
The Georgia Court of Appeals has agreed to hear an appeal from Northeast Georgia Health System, which is seeking to reverse a denial of its request to build a 100-bed hospital in South Hall.
Hall County schools Superintendent Will Schofield said the system is preparing to open school in the fall with $10 million less in its budget and 75 to 100 fewer employees.
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As she talks about the joys of working with foster children, Tyne Jackson can't help crying a little.
The removal of a child often results in three types of trauma, according to Hall County Juvenile Court Judge Lindsay Burton.
At 8:30 a.m., the briefs are organized and the coloring books are gathered. The robe goes on for Hall County Juvenile Court Judge Lindsay Burton.
Foster care is in crisis in Hall County.
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