October is here, meaning it's time for the fall edition of the Blue Sky Concert series.
Gainesville and Hall County firefighters will remind students how to "stop, drop and roll" during the next few days for National Fire Prevention Week.
North Georgia College & State University continues a lecture series tonight with a look at engaging science students.
Tracey Robertson knows the value of carpooling.
With a weak economy still bearing down, Oakwood plans to put forward a 2011 budget Monday evening that may look like a copy from this year.
The No Child Left Behind Act's rising expectations are leaving many Georgia schools behind, as a growing number are penalized for missing federal academic targets.
BRASELTON - Phillip Gross leaned in as his three children, ages 4 to 7, stood at the open door of the race car and stared wide-eyed as the suited-up driver talked about his vehicle.
Thrift-sale shoppers can be like cheetahs.
City engineers are moving forward with plans for the Cedar Creek water treatment plant.
Racing fans walked away with some one-of-a-kind memorabilia during an annual auction at Road Atlanta in Braselton.
One lane at a time will be closed on U.S. 129 in Cleveland overnight Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, if weather permits. Maintenance work will close the lanes 8 p.m. to 7 a.m. each night.
A Gainesville woman faces charges in connection with a fatal wreck early this year in northeastern Forsyth County.
Clermont has filed a motion for civil contempt against Hall County, claiming the government continued construction on the North Hall library despite an injunction from Hall County Superior Court.
Just in time for cooler weather, the ban on outdoor burning has been lifted.
Summer may be over, but area businesses are working hard to make sure local tourism doesn't freeze up with the cooling temperatures.
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Gainesville's police and fire departments will soon offer their 10-week program highlighting the often unseen aspects of the public safety organizations.
Oakwood is looking at the potential for intersection improvements citywide, ranging from turning radius fixes to a roundabout at the post office on Main Street.
Last Tuesday, Johnson High School seniors Jackson Kelly and Madison Stewart were among three Hall County students and 183 across the state to be named ...
Opened for business in time for the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, the Hampton Inn on Jesse Jewell Parkway in Gainesville is getting a makeover ...
Colleagues who have worked with and known Jeremy Williams praised the Gainesville City Schools' lone finalist for superintendent for his interpersonal skills and innovative approaches ...
BLAIRSVILLE - At age 36, Jeremy Williams is expected to be selected as the new Gainesville City School System superintendent at the board's next meeting ...
Sections 16 and 17 at the Alta Vista Cemetery in Gainesville have headstones with dates that go back almost 200 years, well before the Civil ...
Walking along the walls of the embattled Syrian city of Homs, Hadi Alhawari and his uncle could see bombs and snipers on the way to ...
Bob Willis' words were pretty strong: In the ever-changing world of technological advances, businesses must learn to "adapt or die."
With thousands of acres ripe for development, a new frontier of Hall County may open up with a massive sewer project that's now under ...
Items both vintage and creative will be on display at the Braselton Antique & Artisan Festival on Sunday in downtown Braselton.
DAHLONEGA - Now in it's 21st year, Bear on the Square is even bigger and better. This year, the mountain festival added a Moonlight Jam ...
Turning pain into purpose was part of the March of Dimes' goal at their March for Babies run and walk Saturday in downtown Gainesville.
The clothes on your back, the house above your head, the phone in your hand - it's all trash.
The Gainesville Department of Water Resources is getting up to $25,000 from the state to help pay for a biogas feasibility study at its ...
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