Tractors began moving dirt within moments of Dawson County officials breaking ground on a new courthouse and government center Thursday afternoon.
Every year in January and February, Hall County and Gainesville second-graders learn about helmet safety.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners on Thursday approved changing the name of Holiday and Friendship roads to Lanier Islands Parkway.
Huddling Thursday night for a retreat away from school system offices, the Gainesville City Board of Education discussed ways it can improve community partnerships.
Gainesville officials are on the verge of signing a 10-year agreement that guarantees at least $300,000 of revenue to the Chattahoochee Golf Course annually.
A North Carolina law enforcement agency has released new information about an anonymous letter that could be the key to solving the case of a missing Blairsville woman.
No, it's not déjà vu. Forecasters are predicting a weekend snowfall - again.
If you own a Toyota that was made after 2003, there is a good chance that it is on one of two recall lists.
President Barack Obama gave his first State of the Union address Wednesday evening, urging Congress to not give up on reform.
As Gee Ge and London Goldman searched for ways to help Haitian earthquake victims, they discovered many agencies and organizations were only accepting money.
Renowned local businessman Roy Turner Sr. was laid to rest Wednesday in Alta Vista Cemetery.
The appointed panel that decides who leads the local public defender's office will get some new members and a new name.
One punch left a family in mourning.
A Gainesville man has been arrested and charged with a July home burglary, officials said.
A portion of Dixon Drive in Gainesville will be closed until at least noon today while crews work to repair a storm drain.
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Five people were taken to the hospital Tuesday after a two-car collision on Ga.369/Jesse Jewell Parkway in Gainesville, according to authorities.
Settlement talks appear to be crumbling between Georgia and Florida before an Oct. 31 "water wars" trial between the states.
With a crane putting a 16-ton monument snugly into place Tuesday, workers now can go full steam completing improvements to historic Roosevelt Square in downtown ...
With 385 acres now in hand, a developer now can move ahead on developing an 800-home active adult community in Braselton.
Braving winter weather
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