A murder indictment returned against a man accused of killing the 1-year-old daughter of his girlfriend will stand, though prosecutors were unable to tell a grand jury what weapon they think was used.
JEFFERSON - Having the proper support system can make or break a business, which is why the Jackson County Area Chamber of Commerce is launching its Chamber Ambassador program.
Small businesses have had to be creative and try a number of things to get by in these hard economic times.
Dr. Richard Olson believes his appointment to the Commission on Cancer will let him combine an interest in information technology with his dedication to treating cancer patients.
CUMMING - A federal judge has denied Forsyth County's request to stop development at Bethel Park.
Winding paths are the surest way to surmount a mountain. Gainesville Middle School art teacher Mitch Freeman embraces this notion in his painted elephant sculpture to be showcased at a May art exhibition billed as London's biggest.
If marriage is meant to be a lifetime journey, then what is a 5½-month trek through the wilderness, wading through waist-deep waters and pausing breathless at scenic overlooks?
Mitch Farmer's heart was flawed but big.
Barring a drastic economic turnaround, state budgets cuts for public schools, technical colleges and universities in 2009 may pale in comparison to the end result of state cuts for 2010.
Jane Nichols says she never got into police work with the goal of becoming chief, but that she's also up for the job.
A government system in Gainesville in which the residents specifically designate the city's mayor as such may be years away.
In 2009, the economy was on everyone's mind.
Local residents and visitors braved the cold Saturday night to attend the 29th annual T&T New Year's Gospel Singing at the Georgia Mountains Center.
The economic downturn has done more than affect home sales, jobs and spending habits - it has also impacted stress levels.
The Jackson EMC Foundation, a charity funded by donations from the cooperative's members through Operation Round Up, has awarded more than $28,000 in grants to four local organizations.
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About $60 will buy most local juniors and seniors a parking spot at their high school for a year, if they behave.
Freshmen often feel lost or overwhelmed in high school, but Gainesville High School wants to make the first year a little easier.
Students who attend Gainesville High School's nontraditional program, Wood's Mill High School, will now be housed in a modular unit.
As parents prepare their children to return to school by picking out new backpacks and purchasing school supplies, area schools are preparing as well.
Hubert "Gunny" Hunnicutt fought in the Vietnam War, so he knows the meaning of quagmire and stinging military defeat.
Becoming a teacher in Georgia will soon be a bit more challenging.
Put a muscadine in your mouth.
Brenda Carter arrived to the meeting late but showed no shy hesitation as she pushed her blind and special-needs child, Cortney Jackson, in on a ...
While at FBI headquarters in Quantico, Va., Jay Parrish talked with officers from Baltimore and St. Louis, two cities that suffered racial turmoil following high-profile ...
With one final weekend before school starts for most, local youngsters and their parents set out for the lake, the playground and beyond on a ...
After a nearly two-hour foot chase Saturday morning involving police dogs, Hall County deputies and warrant units arrested a man who is wanted for larceny.
In his mid-year 2015 report on the local real estate and business climate Frank Norton Jr. described the market as "spotty," but said Hall County ...
An Oakwood man is accused of striking a police officer's car when confronted by law enforcement after delivering methamphetamine, authorities said.
To Flowery Branch resident Blake Wharton, heading to the Atlanta Falcons' training camp Friday was an educational process: How else was he going to help ...
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