Good News Clinics must have eaten its collard greens, because 2009 has been quite a successful fundraising year.
Nearly a year to the day, $200,000 and countless volunteer hours later and the Crawford W. Long Museum in Jefferson is ready for its grand reopening.
Hall County is trying to give seniors plenty of notice about the deadlines to apply for school tax exemptions this year.
Do you intend to be more adventurous in 2010? Are you going to take new leaps of faith?
For the Hall County Sheriff's Office, 2010 will be much like 2009: trying to do more with less.
Foul play is not immediately suspected in the death of a man whose body was found Tuesday in woods near the Hall-Forsyth County line.
Canine companions have long been used in search and rescue missions, and now a handful of Dawson County residents are putting their equine companions to work saving lives.
The Rape Response Inc. Board of Directors has announced the retirement of Executive Director Terri Strayhorn.
JEFFERSON - The Jefferson City Council has voted to deny one controversial zoning request and to postpone action on another.
For now, at least, it seems gas prices are staying the same.
New Year's Eve may be a holiday known for exciting parties, but for several groups it is also a time to celebrate local history.
Twelve people died in vehicle crashes across the state during the holiday weekend, but Hall County was largely spared from serious traffic accidents.
A year that many will remember for record-breaking rainfall could end with more rain.
Local cyclists were sad to learn the Tour de Georgia has been canceled for 2010.
Authorities still are trying to determine what led to a fatal family confrontation Dec. 19 on the Amicalola River.
With this week's voluntary recall of all Blue Bell Creameries products, some schools across Georgia faced a choice about removing items from the cafeteria line. But in Hall County and Gainesville, no such dairy quandary exists.
Earth Day got off to a good start in Gainesville on Wednesday as members of the Atlanta Botanical Garden and city representatives gathered in the downtown square to plant flowers and other vegetation.
A fourth-generation family farmer known across the country for her cattle and equine expertise is Hall County's 2015 Farmer of the Year.
While environmental issues are more ingrained in the public mind than ever, Earth Day isn't treated with the same level of gravitas in America that it was when first celebrated 45 years ago today, according to some local academics and activists.
President Barack Obama has allocated federal aid funding to assist Hall County and other regions affected by an ice storm in mid-February, which toppled trees and knocked out power to tens of thousands of residents.
The Clermont Town Council talked Tuesday night about holding a straw poll or nonbinding resolution on whether to allow beer and wine sales on U.S. 129/Cleveland Highway, a major road running through town.
At Lanier Charter Career Academy, horticulture students grow herbs while cosmetology students work in the school's onsite salon.
Construction is underway on a future Brenau University athletic complex.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners will consider awarding a $61,000 contract to demolish and rebuild a tennis court in the Village at Deaton Creek subdivision when it meets Thursday night.
The Gainesville City Council approved a lease agreement Tuesday with Kubota Manufacturing of America, granting the company access to city-owned land in exchange for site improvements.
A group of area planners has given its OK to a policy that requires considering all modes of travel in road construction.
Charges have been officially dropped against a grieving father arrested April 12 for trying to put up safety barriers at his daughter's wreck site.
The controversial relocation of a mobile home near Lake Lanier was recommended for approval by the Hall County Planning Commission on Monday, with board members expressing sympathy for nearby homeowners while saying their hands are tied.
Ga. 11/U.S. 129 is scheduled for a face-lift Tuesday.
Nineteen years ago, Investigator Gerald Couch began his work on a case involving a 19-month-old beaten and killed by his babysitter.