A 4-year-old Clarkston girl who was rescued from Lake Lanier at Buford Dam last weekend died Tuesday, officials said.
The city of Lula celebrated the opening of its Veterans Park with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday morning.
Gainesville City Councilmen Danny Dunagan and George Wangemann want to keep their seats on the council.
The Gainesville school board rehired 25 teachers who were let go at the end of the school year, according to district officials.
The state Department of Education announced last week that Habersham Central High School's appeal of the Adequate Yearly Progress rating of the graduation rate for economically disadvantaged students was successful.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District, will waive day-use fees for swimming beaches and boat ramps at recreation areas Aug. 1-9.
Federal officials are just now beginning to investigate the wreckage of a plane that left Cleveland on Friday and was found near Hayesville, N.C., on Sunday.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners will discuss how to handle the Georgia Mountains Regional Commission's request for more money at its Thursday board meeting.
Ginny Dietrick fought the law Monday. But this time, she won.
In the wake of the vandalism of 14 Hall County school buses last week, the school system has hired night guards and rearranged security cameras to ward off further crime.
The Gainesville Public Utilities Department is closer to reaching its goal of replacing all of the city's old water pipes.
A large group of North Hall residents came to the Hall County Planning Commission meeting Monday clad in red to support preserving their rural way of life.
Keeping a closer eye on businesses that violate local ordinances has helped the city of Jefferson improve its bottom line.
Area lake advocates expressed shock and disappointment Monday over a federal judge's ruling last week that the withdrawal of drinking water was not the primary force in Lake
Evan Siver rounds first base, stomps on second, storms past third and zooms toward home plate as dozens of peers cheer him on.
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Gainesville has named a new director of the Department of Water Resources.
A bill before the state legislature that would enact bans on assault rifles if passed has generated lots of buzz and controversy in recent weeks.
As rental rates climb, two Flowery Branch families feel stuck in the middle.
A Gainesville woman convicted last year of child sex trafficking and other charges was denied a new trial, according to court documents.
Braving winter weather
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