The city of Gainesville is getting ready to hold a number of public hearings on its proposed property tax increase.
At noon Tuesday, students at Fair Street International Baccalaureate World School eagerly lined up to board buses and head home.
West Hall High School Principal Jackie Adams announced her retirement Monday at a faculty meeting.
It was perfect weather for a boat ride.
With everyone keeping close tabs on their budgets these days, a recent grant awarded to the Quinlan Visual Arts Center gives the organization a little breathing room.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners is hoping to reduce the number of false fire alarms with a new resolution that would penalize repeat offenders.
Four people have been charged in a series of burglaries that took place this spring in the Willow Ridge subdivision.
DAHLONEGA - Community members in Dahlonega called for diversity training in reaction to a group of students wearing Ku Klux Klan costumes at school as part of history project.
Flowery Branch Mayor Diane Hirling is resigning effective Memorial Day.
The Georgia Board of Education announced Monday morning more flexibility in class sizes.
Hall County is putting pressure on the city of Gainesville to make a decision on the planned Glades Reservoir.
For some families without medical insurance, going to the doctor is just half the financial battle of getting well.
Dealing with the death of a loved one or friend can be difficult, but the Northeast Georgia Medical Center Hospice continues to find ways to help people deal with their grief.
Kathy Gosselin this month became president of Georgia's Council of Superior Court Judges at a difficult time for the judiciary.
It's the first week of summer break for many kids and the weather is predicted to be seasonably nice.
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A man was flown to Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta with second-degree burns after an early Monday fire in South Hall.
No one was injured in an early Monday school bus wreck on Jim Hood Road near Sutton Road in North Hall.
When winter weather hits North Georgia, the proper preparation can help get you through the storm and stay warm and safe. Follow these tips:
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