As controversy swirls over President Barack Obama's planned televised speech Tuesday to students across the nation, local school districts are deciding how to handle it.
No free man is as closely watched by Hall County authorities as Michael Eugene Cromer.
The following are candidates for Northeast Georgia.
With all of the debates centering around proposed health care reform, it's hard for some people to determine what's truth and what's fiction - especially if they can't read the bill.
Longtime Gainesville school board member Kelvin Simmons may not be on the school board election ballot this fall because of a new state anti-nepotism law.
Professional wrestler A.J. Styles had a busy morning planned, between appearances on two TV sets and a lineup of speaking engagements - all before lunch.
A man who operated a crude methamphetamine lab inside a mobile home a few feet from where toddlers slept was sentenced to seven years in prison Friday.
The Labor Day holiday will have government offices throughout the area closed on Monday, but Hall County workers are taking an extra day off as well.
As the college football season ramps up, local business owners are counting on plenty of rambling and barking fans to ease their recession woes.
Chuck Westfall was named postmaster of Clermont, effective Aug. 29.
A skunk found in the Pea Ridge area of North Hall has tested positive for rabies, according to Gainesville-Hall County Animal Control.
Travel officials predict that Georgia's roads will be clogged with Labor Day holiday travelers, and area law enforcement agencies are preparing to handle the extra traffic.
A cramped South Hall trailer where three young children lived with their parents also was home to a toxic methamphetamine lab, a jury determined Thursday.
Georgia Power President Mike Garrett, directing the state's efforts to settle a water dispute with Alabama and Florida, said Thursday he was "guardingly optimistic that we can do a deal with Alabama."
Juan Christiansen is the dedicated fan for the parents who can't be.
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Col. James H. Benson regularly meets with mothers who want their sons to attend Riverside Military Academy but can't make the finances work, even ...
Tourism is often seen as supporting the "quality of life" that residents living on Lake Lanier enjoy.
An early Sunday night wreck on Cool Springs Road near Nix Bridge Road led to three critical injuries and one non-life-threatening injury, according to authorities ...
A day at Lake Lanier turned tragic Sunday afternoon after a woman found unresponsive in the water died later at Northeast Georgia Medical Center in ...
A truck carrying six people overturned Sunday afternoon on Ga. 365 near Cagle Road in North Hall, according to the Georgia State Patrol.
Reading and math have always gotten plenty of focus at school, but lately, so has health.
South Hall families learned earlier this year that nearly 200 children might attend a different elementary school come August.
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 ...
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