JEFFERSON - The Jefferson City Council isn't making any hasty decisions when it comes to signs.
A White County businessman has paid $22,500 to the Georgia Environmental Protection Division for allegedly causing erosion in a tributary of the Chattahoochee River north of Helen.
When an early morning fire destroyed everything inside the Cleveland Highway residence Elizabeth and Francisco Gutierrez called home, the American Red Cross was there.
North Georgia Christian School leaders are offering a sneak peak tonight at the school's new 100-acre South Hall campus.
Barrow Medical Center has asked the Georgia Court of Appeals to reject Northeast Georgia Medical Center's petition to appeal a Barrow County Superior Court judge's ruling denying a new hospital in Braselton.
A major bank and the developer of a large office and hotel complex have gone to court over rights to the property.
FLOWERY BRANCH - The Joint Local Government Association voted Monday night to endorse the 1-cent Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax, which goes before Hall County voters on March 17.
Assistant County Administrator Phil Sutton knows just about everything there is to know about Hall County. It's his job.
The Jefferson City Council is expected to take action on several issues, including appointing a new mayor pro tempore, when the group meets at 6 tonight.
HOSCHTON - The Hoschton Depot no longer will be the only historic building located in Hoschton's Historic Commons area.
When Alan Jesus Gomez was born on Dec. 24, he looked perfectly normal. But to those who know his history, he represents a Christmas miracle.
JEFFERSON - Like Hall County and other municipalities across the state, Jackson County is watching carefully as sales tax collections come in for the last months of 2008.
OAKWOOD - They came with different interests, from getting rid of debt to shoring up money for retirement, but with a like-minded desire in following biblical financial principles.
At Vicky Bozeman's pawn shop, business is good.
An early Sunday fire destroyed a mobile home in North Hall and displaced 13 people.
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A bell tolls across Lakeview Academy's grounds, signaling the official start of the school year on Wednesday.
Traffic is split on Ga. 347/Friendship Road as part of a Georgia Department of Transportation widening project.
Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp has launched a new website for the rules and regulations of the Peach State.
Hall County is considering reducing the number of voting precincts and shifting some polling locations to lower costs, streamline operations and mitigate risk.
Jerry Bowers, a retired longtime North Hall High history teacher, had a penchant for telling stories.
When tempers flare in city council meetings, it's usually not over the mayor's committee appointments.
More than 300 new students are making a home at Brenau University.
Gainesville City Council gave the final OK Tuesday for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta to proceed with building a church campus on Smith Road ...
Four Gainesville men and a 15-year-old allegedly robbed at gunpoint a person who was carrying a rifle and marijuana, authorities said Tuesday.
A Gainesville man was arrested and charged Saturday with rape involving a 15-year-old, according to authorities.
Former Hall County Commissioner Steve Gailey will run for the chairman's post on the board in 2016.
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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