At a time when most federal programs are seeing a reduction in funding, the Georgia Head Start program's budget has largely been unaffected.
The chances that one of Georgia's first female state troopers will prevail in an age and gender discrimination lawsuit appear bleak after a ruling from a federal magistrate.
Gainesville police are investigating a series of car break-ins in the Hilton Drive area, officials said Friday.
A former Oakwood police officer has filed a federal lawsuit against the city, alleging he was fired in violation of his rights as an active-duty soldier.
Several Lake Lanier marinas plan to open their doors Saturday to customers and visitors as part of National Marina Day.
HOSCHTON - Employees at Hoschton City Hall will be facing a four-day work week when the city implements a one-day-a-week furlough plan projected to save about $270,000 annually.
As financial problems force the U.S. Postal Service to consider closing hundreds of offices across the nation, local branches have escaped the list.
The head of Immigrations and Customs Enforcement on Thursday announced an overhaul of a system of detaining illegal immigrants he believes is disjointed and too reliant on contracts with private industry.
Nine people lined up to support the construction of the Glades Reservoir at a public comment session Thursday night, but it was only the court reporter who heard what they had to say.
The American Red Cross is urging individuals to donate blood as supplies throughout the Southeast have reached a critical low.
On Wednesday, the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce will hold a discussion on health care featuring two Georgia congressmen.
Sometimes the simplest conflicts hinge on miscommunication.
Legislation introduced by the U.S. Senate could have Georgia looking to ban texting while driving, but local law enforcement officials say that laws on cell phone use are hard to enforce.
The former Lisa Clark, who made headlines when she had a child by a 15-year-old husband 22 years her junior, has reached a new agreement on visitation with the child, an attorney said Wednesday.
Three teenagers who robbed a Gainesville cab driver of $32 at gunpoint were each sentenced to more than 11 years in prison Wednesday as emotional family members looked on.
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If your birthday is in December, you may need to take note of a statewide change.
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Sandy Phelps has a tradition all her own this holiday season, and it was on full display at Park Avenue Thrift in Gainesville this week.
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It was a day of giving, of service and of fellowship.
In and around stores, law enforcement will have a heavier presence ahead of the Black Friday shopping weekend.
Safe Kids Gainesville/Hall County and Hall County Fire Services are sponsoring a bike helmet giveaway for children ages 5-10 from 5-7 p.m. Monday ...
Lakewood Baptist Church has plans to open a 5,000-square-foot coffee shop and deli at the corner of Washington and Green streets in downtown Gainesville.
Brenda Vargas is thankful today that two of her children who attend Fair Street Elementary in Gainesville receive free lunches every school day.
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