Instead of going to Cancun, Miami or some other fun-filled vacation spot, a group of students from the University of Vermont have driven down to Northeast Georgia for an "alternative" spring break.
DAHLONEGA - A mobile pharmacy has been set up in the parking lot of the Rite Aid pharmacy at 566 E. Main St.
JEFFERSON - Noise levels in Jefferson have raised several issues for the Jefferson City Council.
OAKWOOD - Oakwood City Council gave its final OK Monday night to a much-debated and twice-revised amendment to the city's sign ordinance, changes that set controls on banners.
A 19-year-old Gainesville man was arrested Friday in connection with a Banks County theft.
Two Cleveland men have been arrested after police say they found them in possession of $4,000 worth of prescription painkillers.
It took a jury less than five minutes to decide that a man accused of abducting, raping and strangling a 4-year-old girl is mentally competent to stand trial.
CLEVELAND - W. Sam Dixon's business is like an aging boxer who has taken a steady share of blows to the jaw over the years.
It's not every day in the midst of a recession that a company comes to town with 160 jobs and a $7.5 million payroll.
Opening the door when a U.S. Census field representative knocks may be more important than you think.
It could make the difference between your community getting some extra federal funds, or not.
Dave Goodridge considers himself to be a recycler.
A proposal to tack an extra $200 onto the speeding tickets of Georgia's worst offenders is by no means a shoo-in for approval.
Banners return to the Oakwood City Council agenda tonight.
Six to 8 million cats and dogs enter animal shelters each year, according to the Humane Society of the United States.
Is "do-it-yourself" an effective strategy for health care?
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It came as a shock to local officials when Gainesville Councilman Bob Hamrick announced this summer that he would not seek re-election in November because ...
Hundreds of students from Georgia, Texas, Ohio and Tennessee will flock to Brenau University this weekend for a competition of wits, logic and collaboration.
Atlanta Gas Light work crews were on scene Wednesday to move a gas main underneath Sardis Road after a portion of the roadway washed out ...
Hobby Lobby's opening at 9 a.m. Friday in Gainesville marks the first of many at North Lake Square shopping center, which is beginning ...
Guest speaker Dr. Marc Agronin told a crowd of more than 100 people at the Gainesville Civic Center on Wednesday morning that people should all ...
A new traffic signal in a fast-growing section of Gainesville is now operating, according to the Georgia Department of Transportation.
The gymnasium at New Holland Core Knowledge Academy roared with the sound of excited young voices.
North Hall High School student actors, musicians, singers and performers will have a state-of-the-art space to call their own next year.
One of Clermont's most prickly issues - whether to allow alcohol sales - is seemingly a non-issue as the Town Council in August basically rejected the ...
Property taxes are going up in Gainesville, even while the rate goes down.
Monitoring and enforcing Hall County codes regulating short-term vacation rentals on Lake Lanier has proved a growing challenge, according to some local officials and residents.
Hall County will raise its stop-loss threshold for workers' medical plans beginning in 2016 in the hopes of generating health care savings over the long ...
On a good day, one of the busiest intersections in Gainesville is at Jesse Jewell and E.E. Butler parkways.
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