Families learned about the great outdoors Sunday, from equipment they should use while camping and hiking to critters that might roam the woods with them.
Global issues will be given local relevance this week as North Georgia College & State University begins its Great Decisions lecture series.
Hall County residents now have a chance to learn about their local government.
A funeral service is set for 2 p.m. Tuesday for Bill Evans, a former Hall County commissioner and ex-member of the Hall County Planning Commission.
Blending tradition and modernity, the Vietnamese ministry at the First Baptist Church of Gainesville celebrated the passing of another year Sunday.
Gainesville school leaders will travel to a national conference this week to discuss how schools and unions can work together to advance student achievement.
Hall County has received the results of its financial audit for fiscal year 2010, which show the county has weathered the recession relatively well.
Youngblood Road will be closed to through traffic beginning today between Ga. 53/Winder Highway and Countryside Drive, according to the Gainesville Public Utilities Department.
The Hall County Head Start program will begin accepting applications for the 2011-12 school year on March 1.
Hall County firefighters have put out a house fire in the 3300 block of Banks Mountain Drive in northwest Hall.
William Reister had a perfect day for flying - blue skies, warm temperatures and slight breezes - when his small airplane took off from Gwinnett County Airport-Briscoe Field in Lawrenceville.
Bill Evans, a former Hall County commissioner who served only a few months on the board after a recall election in the 1970s, died Saturday.
As state and local officials start to balance their budgets for July 1, community caregivers are worried about Hall County's most fragile groups: senior citizens and children.
Fred Richards sees Flowery Branch's efforts to reduce his subdivision's financial burden over street lights as a "step in the right direction."
For years, Sunday alcohol sales have been an emotional, hot-button issue in Georgia, pitting religious leaders against business owners.
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Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy will observe its 12th Walk to School Day on Wednesday, joining students from all 50 states and several other countries in ...
Hall County continues to see a surge of new Latino voters as the Oct. 11 registration deadline for this fall's elections draws near.
Georgia is holding a tax-free weekend on energy-saving products with WaterSense or ENERGY STAR labels from Friday through Sunday.
The Owenby family wants to provide Gainesville residents with a fun night out while raising funds for children's tumor research.
The already commercially crowded Mall of Georgia area near Buford is poised to get a lot busier over the next few years.
Doug Fehan, program manager for Corvette Racing, talked like an evangelist for endurance racing Tuesday evening at Lanier Technical College's motorsports vehicle technology class.
Going against the "skepticism" of other law enforcement leaders, Hall County Sheriff Gerald Couch expressed his support Tuesday for the state law enforcement officer pay ...
A jury returned a not guilty verdict for a Decatur man claiming self-defense in a shooting last year at a Lanier Islands lake house birthday ...
Long before Spout Springs Road gets widened, the Georgia Department of Transportation would like to unload a nearly 50-year-old, long-abandoned maintenance shop that sits in ...
Community members can learn how they might help young women move from foster care to independent living at a community meeting at 7 p.m ...
First Baptist Church's banquet hall was once again overflowing with people clamoring over soup, salad and empty bowls.
Gainesville and Hall County students scored higher on the SAT exam in 2016 than 2015, but local scores still trailed the state average in both ...
A 35-acre tract that was the old entrance to Reunion Country Club in South Hall is a step closer to becoming part of a planned ...
Eight Hall County middle school students left a "launching pad" Monday night when the school district's first group of REACH scholars was announced.
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