CLERMONT - Lawn chairs replaced pews as several hundred people crowded Clermont Park on Sunday morning for a church service as part of Clermont City Celebration.
The Georgia Mountain Food Bank in Hall County will distribute food to 500 families on Saturday provided through the U.S. Department of Agriculture as part of the federal stimulus act.
BRASELTON - Georgia Karting, which has proposed to build a new racetrack in Braselton, has scheduled a public meeting in Braselton on Thursday to discuss its plans.
On Tuesday, the Georgia Department of Transportation will hold the last of two open house sessions to discuss a four-year plan outlining projects for rural areas in Northeast Georgia.
Labor Day hasn't been as deadly as projected so far statewide, but one of the three people killed on Georgia's roads was involved in a Hall County wreck.
Starting Tuesday, a Dahlonega physical therapy center will have a new location.
Assistant Hall County Library System Director Lisa MacKinney turned her passion for reading into a career.
The Labor Day holiday will have government offices throughout the area closed today, but Hall County workers are taking an extra day off as well.
CLARKESVILLE - The Habersham County Detention Center isn't 30 years old - it just looks it.
HOSCHTON - New Community Church in Hoschton hasn't been in its building on Ga. 53 for a year yet, but it is already seeing swells in Sunday attendance and planning for future growth.
Though it looks nearly complete from the outside, a completion date for Gainesville's downtown parking deck is still at least a month away, according to project manager Jarrett Nash.
After graduating from North Hall High School in 2004, Ryan Townsend enrolled at Augusta State University as an optimistic, goal-oriented freshman.
Stephanie Hubert has worn many hats.
Pony rides, face painting and sand art only begin to describe the activities offered Saturday at the Clermont City Celebration.
Ryan Evans didn't waste any time joining one of the fastest-growing fields in America.
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Hall County Schools are focusing on the health of their students, and the nation is taking notice.
The Georgia Supreme Court will hear oral arguments this week in a case over whether certain immigrants can receive in-state tuition at Georgia's public ...
Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson, speaking Sunday to a Gainesville crowd, touted "true compassion" for the poor and blasted the Supreme Court's same-sex ...
Sanders joins Longstreet Clinic's Oakwood office
With a life prison sentence for a Gainesville woman Thursday, Erbey Rebollar said he hopes the message is clear.
Jenny Syversen, a veteran advertising and marketing executive, has joined The Times as director of sales and marketing.
Adele Cardillo had a very personal reason for wanting an organization that serves developmentally disabled adults to succeed in getting the government's green light ...
It took some time for candidates to come forward after Gainesville Councilwoman Myrtle Figueras announced this summer that she would not seek re-election to the ...
The Web is wide open for business.
Each year, Mule Camp Market grows, attracting people outside the Gainesville area like Mary Beth Simmons of Habersham County.
Shouting to each other over the din of rifle fire, elected officials and Second Amendment advocates took aim at clay discs soaring over an expansive ...
Cassius Walton couldn't be happier.
It's not unusual for alums of The Times to go on to award-winning careers, but we can't recall one ever winning an Emmy ...
The sixth annual Giant Book Sale continues today and Sunday at the old Regions Bank building, 111 Green St. The sale hours are 10 a ...
The death of a Gainesville motorist last week was declared an accident, according to Hall County Coroner Marion Merck's office.
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