FLOWERY BRANCH - Fifth Row Center has performed on several stages through its two-year history, but the South Hall community theater wants to conduct business and hold classes in one location.
As tax revenue continues to dwindle, local governments are coming up with creative ways to bring in a little extra cash.
Many local high school seniors have one more week of classes before they turn their tassels, but preparation for graduation ceremonies began months ago.
With a father who was police chief in two Southwest Georgia towns, it might seem Brian Kelly was always on track to follow in his footsteps.
A bank robber remains at large after a Saturday morning heist at a Buford bank, and the suspect may be connected to a bank robbery from earlier in the week.
Areas of Northeast Georgia could experience strong scattered thunderstorms Saturday night.
A Brenau Academy teacher has been arrested on charges of fondling a student, the second Brenau employee accused of a sexual crime against a student in the past seven months.
Chanju Dryden got a second trial, but the end result was the same.
Hall County is considering moving its government offices out of downtown Gainesville.
There is less than a month left of a pilot program to study how once-a-week backdoor trash collection works in Gainesville.
The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce played host to its annual Gala and Beach Bash Friday evening at the Lake Lanier Olympic Venue.
What happened when the Three Little Kittens met the Little Red Hen?
Herbert Kohn experienced the Holocaust in Germany when he was a child, and on Friday he told C.W. Davis Middle School students what happened when he was their age.
A federal grant is helping a local marina make life easier for its clients and also improving the quality of Lake Lanier, one wastewater tank at a time.
U.S. marshals on Friday arrested a Gainesville man wanted since last week in connection with a May 4 shooting and armed robbery, authorities said.
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A program that helps low-income, elderly and disabled families pay their heating bills during the cold winter months will start a month late this year ...
A Gainesville woman whom Superior Court Judge Jason Deal called "a plague upon our society" was convicted of murder Thursday and sentenced to life in ...
Wading in a creek to measure oxygen levels and temperatures isn't your average high school assignment.
Authorities are offering a $2,500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for the shooting death of a ...
Gainesville Police responded Wednesday afternoon to a report of a person robbed in the parking lot of a liquor store on Athens Street.
A brick home near South Enota Drive in Gainesville was severely damaged Thursday morning after a car drove through an intersection and smashed into the ...
A jury in Superior Court Judge Jason Deal's courtroom will return at 9 a.m. today to deliberate on the March 15 death of ...
Prayers were answered for zookeepers at North Georgia Zoo in Cleveland on Wednesday afternoon.
It came as a shock to local officials when Gainesville Councilman Bob Hamrick announced this summer that he would not seek re-election in November because ...
Hundreds of students from Georgia, Texas, Ohio and Tennessee will flock to Brenau University this weekend for a competition of wits, logic and collaboration.
Atlanta Gas Light work crews were on scene Wednesday to move a gas main underneath Sardis Road after a portion of the roadway washed out ...
Hobby Lobby's opening at 9 a.m. Friday in Gainesville marks the first of many at North Lake Square shopping center, which is beginning ...
Guest speaker Dr. Marc Agronin told a crowd of more than 100 people at the Gainesville Civic Center on Wednesday morning that people should all ...
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