Hall County Sheriff's Maj. Ramone Gilbert saw firsthand the kinds of security threats Israelis face on a constant basis.
Furlough days for local schools tend to bring pity on the teachers, but several administrators are focused on what may happen to their students.
"We worry about where our children are going to be," said Gainesville City Schools Superintendent Merrianne Dyer. "Will they be at home by themselves? What will they eat?"
Across the globe, millions are watching as the World Cup continues this week. And though some in the community might not realize it, Gainesville is watching, too.
DAWSONVILLE - With a father who is a sheriff's officer, Taylor Swafford knows a thing or two about law enforcement.
A 23-year-old man is dead after a fight at a Gainesville apartment complex, police say.
Even though most outdoor watering restrictions have been lifted, experts say residents shouldn't turn a blind eye to conservation.
A former city manager and Air Force major will be honored Tuesday evening at Gardens on Green as friends gather for a memorial ceremony.
History lessons are hardly ever taught on the dance floor.
Twenty-five years and $35 million dollars later, the North Georgia Community Foundation is going strong with a vision for the future.
Teachers in Gainesville City and Hall County schools have been hit with furlough days for next year, but they just keep going.
Define furloughs in local schools:
Repair work to a bridge will close the left southbound lane of Interstate 985 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, if weather permits.
"The butterfly release is a legend," said Sabrina Souders, one of the event coordinators of the Butterflies by the Lake festival. "You make a wish, and you release the butterfly, and your wish goes to the heavens."
Starting Monday, Gainesville police will pick up the PACE of community policing.
Melanie Valencia was eager to find her classmates Friday night as she watched her dad and younger sister toss a Frisbee at the Gainesville State College Alumni Starlight Concert and Fireworks Show.
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Fear has been Quinn Shreve's constant partner for years.
A mailman was arrested Thursday on charges he was high and had cocaine with him while delivering mail in Gainesville.
Dahlonega landowner Roberta Green-Garrett broke her silence in the simmering Parks Building debate that has raged in the town for more than a year, issuing ...
NORTH FORSYTH - A four-car crash in the Chestatee area involving a Forsyth County Sheriff's deputy left two with minor injuries Tuesday afternoon.
The banquet hall at First Baptist Church in Gainesville on Friday turned into a big networking forum for people with a heart to serve those ...
A new Gainesville restaurant is offering a variety of Hispanic cuisine options.
In honor of Black History Month and National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, Avita Community Partners of Gainesville will host a free HIV health and ...
Cancer fighters can be beautiful.
Pricey lots on a subdivision hugging Lake Lanier likely will be ready to be marketed by June 1, the developer said Thursday night as the ...
Standing amid the remains of the Atlanta Street homes Thursday, Broughton Cochran harkened back to his time as a social worker helping single mothers and ...
A Flowery Branch man's family is seeking answers on what caused his death shortly after he arrived at the Gwinnett County Jail.
Cecil Boswell, who died Sunday, was part of the second wave invading Normandy on D-Day and fought in the pivotal Battle of the Bulge.
In time for Thursday's 11 a.m. groundbreaking of the Walton Summit development at the former Green Hunter Homes on Atlanta Street, Gainesville officials ...
A man buying pizza thought he was getting a great discount until Oakwood Police knocked on his front door, Sgt. Danny Sridej said.
An annual update on area road projects is scheduled for March 9 in the Continuing Education Building at the University of North Georgia's Gainesville ...
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