Oakwood swore in its mayor and two council members to four-year terms Monday.
The Gainesville school board paid off some of its major bills before celebrating the new year.
Gainesville State College students won't have to weather the walk from building to building anymore if they hitch a ride with Hall Area Transit.
Georgia awarded some $78 million in road widening and resurfacing projects in December, mostly using federal stimulus money, transportation officials said Monday.
Authorities have confirmed in North Hall 2009's 19th positive rabies case.
Kris Griffin has seen worse, but Monday morning's frigid air, made worse by a piercing wind, was no picnic.
A 22-year-old Oakwood man was killed and a passenger was seriously injured in a wreck on Old Flowery Branch Road Sunday afternoon, according to the Georgia State Patrol.
Gov. Sonny Perdue will visit North Georgia College & State University this morning to present a $2.5 million grant from the OneGeorgia Authority to support the North Georgia Network fiber optic initiative aided by federal stimulus funds.
When she decided not to run for election to another term as Gainesville's Ward 1 representative on the City Council in 2003, Gainesville's first female mayor, Emily "Sissy" Lawson, called Ruth Bruner.
A 22-year-old Oakwood man was killed and a passenger was seriously injured Sunday afternoon in a wreck on Old Flowery Branch Road, according to the Georgia State Patrol.
Make sure to bundle up youngsters heading back to school this week.
A murder indictment returned against a man accused of killing the 1-year-old daughter of his girlfriend will stand, though prosecutors were unable to tell a grand jury what weapon they think was used.
JEFFERSON - Having the proper support system can make or break a business, which is why the Jackson County Area Chamber of Commerce is launching its Chamber Ambassador program.
Small businesses have had to be creative and try a number of things to get by in these hard economic times.
Dr. Richard Olson believes his appointment to the Commission on Cancer will let him combine an interest in information technology with his dedication to treating cancer patients.
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Hall County schools and businesses want to connect students with employers. That mirrors state efforts, which have been recognized nationally.
The grounds are lined with trash rather than flowers. No birds sing from shaking limbs along the gravel road entrance. And the stray cats act ...
At one time, Taste of Gainesville was called Dinner on the Docks. But by any name, the fare is just as delicious.
Friends of Don Carter State Park sponsored the third annual Chattahoochee Mountain Music Festival on Saturday to raise awareness for the park and supply funding ...
New year, different trash
Sandy Rivera is teaching AP human geography - and an advanced placement course - at Gainesville High School for the first time.
For 14 years, Gene "Coffee King" Burch, 68, would hold court as the manager of Common Grounds Coffee Shoppe and Deli in Flowery Branch.
A Virginia man going the wrong way on Interstate 85 in Jackson County was killed in a fiery crash early Friday when his vehicle struck ...
Women shopping for and selling a variety of items, including clothing, accessories, home decor and Christmas gifts, filled First Baptist Church in Gainesville on Friday.
Millennials may already match baby boomers in terms of their share of the American electorate, but a new poll reveals that only 32 percent of ...
You never know what mythical creatures are around.
The garden at Enota, of course, was discussed and questioned at the forum held at the school Thursday night.
For years, it served as the main entrance to Reunion Country Club in South Hall.
Listen to D.I. Brunson, band director at Johnson High School, and a number of his students, and much the same thread is heard - it ...
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