A Gainesville food processing plant will close its doors today, leaving 78 people out of work.
Riverside Military Academy's Board of Trustees has unanimously approved the appointment of Col. James H. Benson as the academy's next president.
Hall County's administrative offices will be closed Monday for a furlough day.
Mary Curtis Mundy Oliver, matriarch of a Chestnut Mountain family and the mother of Hall County Commission Chairman Tom Oliver, died Friday of a sudden illness. She was 84.
A feud between rival street gangs 12 years ago that ended in a fatal drive-by shooting prompted the creation of a police task force that is still on the job today.
Gainesville officials cut the jobs of three city employees Wednesday, a move they say is an effort to keep the city's expenses in line with declining revenues.
Veronica Nava felt like she was dying inside as she frantically searched for her 4-year-old daughter on a June night nearly four years ago.
Hundreds of red-clad high schoolers cheered on the 17 members of the Gainesville High School boys basketball team Friday as they boarded a bus bound for the state class AAA semifinals in Macon.
An unplanned snow day has curtailed a planned day off for the staff and students of the Jefferson city school system.
The president of the Humane Society of Hall County says the 57 dogs rescued from an alleged Cumming puppy mill may be ready to adopt next week.
A Gainesville man and a Dawsonville man were among 25 people arrested this week in a statewide sweep of child pornography suspects.
The Northeast Georgia Council for the Boy Scouts of America hosted the annual American Values Dinner on Thursday at the Chattahoochee Country Club to honor three local heroes and support scouting.
Frances Miller Mathis, who came from a mountain valley to Gainesville and established a long history of civic involvement, was honored Thursday as the Girl Scouts' Woman of Distinction.
A man who grew marijuana plants on federal forest land was sentenced to life in prison in a Gainesville courtroom Thursday.
Because it didn't have enough members present, the Flowery Branch City Council postponed a public hearing Thursday night on a Lula man's application to build a duplex on Church Street at Mooney Drive.
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A water line bursting may have helped prevent fire from spreading Monday night at the Hayes Chrysler dealership on Frontage Road in Oakwood.
A green wine bottle smashes into the back of U.S. Rep. Doug Collins' head, and a room full of children burst into laughter.
One site considered for the planned relocation of Lanier Technical College appears to no longer be on the table.
Gainesville's Nov. 3 City Council elections are closing in and prospective candidates can obtain packets, which contain all documents to qualify, from the city ...
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