Video cameras are strategically placed in the classrooms, hallways and school yards of Hall County schools.
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A Gainesville woman was arrested Monday on Georgia Avenue after she allegedly offered sex for cash to an undercover officer.
A fire that burned a Price Road home early Monday was the result of arson, officials said Tuesday.
When people discuss the current tough economic times, many only think about how the situation affects adults.
A Gainesville woman who led sheriff's officials on a car chase before crashing her car and fleeing on foot was arrested after being bitten by a police dog Tuesday, officials said.
The $147 million reconstruction of the Interstate 85/Ga. 316 interchange is set to be completed Saturday, more than two months ahead of schedule.
Investigators still are trying to determine what caused a fire that destroyed a vacant house on Price Road in North Hall early Monday morning.
Eight Hall County men were arrested Thursday for gambling after investigators found them betting on a dominoes game at Cans Pool Room in Gainesville.
The state of Georgia has asked the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for permission to reduce the water discharge from Buford Dam from Nov. 1 through April 30, 2009.
Authorities have released sketches of two suspects who are believed to be con artists after another man fell victim to their scam late last week.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners has narrowed its search for a new county administrator to two finalists and will make a decision at its Nov. 13 meeting.
A few Atlanta Falcons football players swooped into the gym at Fair Street International Baccalaureate World School to teach second-graders that there's more to physical fitness than fun and games.
The Gainesville City Council voted Tuesday to approve a street resurfacing project that will move forward without help from the Department of Transportation.
What was once Town View Plaza is now nearly brick dust, but its demolition signals something much bigger is coming to Gainesville.
A Lula man accused of manufacturing marijuana was indicted Nov. 26 by a Hall County grand jury.
The first few months of flu season have been somewhat slow, but cases are starting to pick up, according to local experts.
Many people consider giving to charity this time of year, but not every organization deserves your donations.
The third suspect wanted in connection with the weekend shooting of a Woodstock man was apprehended Wednesday afternoon.
A man was arrested today in the theft of more than a dozen bronze animal statues from Memorial Park Funeral Home, sheriff's officials said.
Both Hall County and Gainesville schools saw four-year graduation rates increase in 2013, continuing an upward trend from 2011.
Gainesville police released a sketch Tuesday of an armed robbery suspect.
A more than three-hour standoff in Dawson County on Tuesday ended with a second murder suspect in custody.
Oakwood City Council has passed a resolution calling on its residents "to speak out" about a fire tax "inequity" for city taxpayers.
DALLAS - A Flowery Branch native and former actress pleaded guilty Tuesday to sending ricin-laced letters to President Barack Obama and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, under a deal that her attorney has said would cap prison time at 18 years.
The Hall County Correctional Institute occupies a 50-year-old building that has seen better days, Warden Walt Davis said.
The way the state rates schools will change somewhat this year, focusing more on student progress and less on one-time achievement.
A machete-wielding man shot by Hall County deputies faces additional assault charges, sheriff's officials said Tuesday.
Students across Hall County are learning how to code this week and, as a result, have made a little extra cash.
Jennifer Lefevre is the recipient of an $850 grant via Clipper Petroleum.