To the delight of Lyman Hall Elementary School students, author and storyteller Carmen Agra Deedy shared an amusing tale of how a sassy 7-year-old discovered the library and a love of reading.
In a fitting tribute to the soon-to-be graduates, the ladies of Brenau University gathered on Friday and sang, "To all the world thy blessing, Brenau thou sendeth forth."
Two years after sheriff's officials started an immigration enforcement program known as 287(g), some 2,000 people arrested in Hall County while in the country illegally have been turned over to federal officials for possible deportation.
The Georgia State Patrol on Friday took out a felony vehicular homicide warrant against a Canton man in connection with a Tuesday afternoon wreck in South Hall that killed a motorcyclist.
For the second time in four months, a Habersham County Superior Court judge has abruptly resigned.
The Georgia Department of Transportation has reopened a nearly 6-mile stretch of Richard Russell Scenic Parkway in White and Union counties.
Investigators have said that human error may have caused Saturday's plane crash that killed Poland's president and dozens of other national leaders.
For the first time ever, Gainesville resident Deborah Owen paid her taxes at the last minute Thursday.
A prominent parcel in Gainesville may soon get some help from a special public fund set up for redevelopment projects in blighted areas.
Weyman Wheeler never denied shooting a man who was staying overnight with his estranged wife, but his lawyer argued it was done unintentionally and without malice in a struggle over a gun.
The Georgia National Guard 48th Infantry Brigade, including Gainesville-based Charlie Company, has been honored by the Georgia Senate for its one-year deployment in Afghanistan.
East Hall students were moonlighting as models Thursday night in a fashion show to raise money for the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life.
Daniel Lewis' mastery of words has earned him an honor that fewer than 1 percent of students nationwide can claim.
While Hugo Moguel Tepanca told an investigator he shot a man to death in a fit of road rage, he gave a different version of events from a courtroom witness stand Thursday.
No students were injured in a minor accident involving a Hall County school bus this morning.
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On the campus of Riverside Military Academy in Gainesville is a walking, talking, living, breathing piece of the school's history.
The Affordable Care Act will get a deeper look at the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce's fifth annual Health Care Reform Seminar on Tuesday.
The University of North Georgia and Lanier Technical College campuses will be beehives of activity Monday - and both will have more students than last year.
A pickup truck smashed through a Buford business Sunday morning, followed by suspects taking rifles and pistols from the store.
Pushing a cart isn't the only way to get a week's worth of groceries from the Kroger Marketplace at New Holland anymore.
Ten Hall County and Gainesville eighth-graders could be selected to receive college scholarships that could be $20,000 or more by the time they graduate ...
As Sgt. Dan Franklin moved up the ranks and through various departments in the Hall County Sheriff's Office, he asked to keep one particular ...
A smile crossed Donna Mincey's face as she pressed her fingertips against the shower stall, one example of what is produced at her family-owned ...
Braselton celebrated a historic milestone Saturday: its 100th birthday.
Soirees Southern Events Planning gave away a wedding to two lucky but deserving couples Saturday night at the Summer Barn Soiree at The Walters Barn ...
More than 100 vehicles were registered for the Hall County Sheriff's Office second annual Show and Shine car, truck and motorcycle show at Laurel ...
They've done it again. First Presbyterian Church of Gainesville collected 16,500 hours of community service and volunteer work this past year, and they ...
Aaron Christopher said he and his basketball teammates play "for love of the game."
The city of Braselton is expecting.
Learning new materials and ideas quickly and working directly with industry in the classroom were twin emphases Thursday at a seminar on the 21st century ...
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