New Georgia Tech President G.P. "Bud" Peterson greeted Gainesville Rotarians on Monday at the civic club's luncheon.
As jobs become more difficult to secure, many are beginning to think outside the box.
For the third time in two years, state legislators from the Georgia's 9th Congressional District will, on Wednesday, decide who will represent the district on the state transportation board.
An early morning fire destroyed a catering business on White Sulphur Road today.
Gainesville police have charged four people, including three children, in the Saturday burglary of a Laura Drive home.
The Georgia Department of Transportation has launched a new Web site for teenage drivers and their parents.
Some grandmothers give socks as gifts. Others choose dolls or action figures to keep the grandkids busy. Dr. David Westfall's grandmother gave him books and a game plan for his future.
Around this time last year, Tori Fobb was gearing up for her last season on the Brenau University Golden Tigers Softball Team.
JEFFERSON - The number of students with the flu or who have flu-like symptoms in Jackson County schools is starting to decline, according to a news release from the school system.
DAWSONVILLE - The Mountain Moonshine Festival in downtown Dawsonville celebrated is 42nd year this past weekend with shopping, car shows and plenty of food.
A metro Atlanta issue has found its way to the back steps of area schoolhouses.
FLOWERY BRANCH - One of Eagle Ranch's newest buildings started as a drawing on the back of a napkin.
OAKWOOD - The 20-year-old Merchants Crossing Shopping Center off Mundy Mill Road is getting an updated look, with the company that operates the center hoping new and upcoming area road improvements will stir up business.
Every kid knows treats are the best part of Halloween.
Grant money from the Appalachian Regional Commission will help fund two local community improvement projects, one in Braselton and one in Jefferson, according to an Oct. 16 news release.
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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 ...
A tailgate party Thursday celebrating Georgia Tech, the University of Georgia, the Atlanta Falcons and the Atlanta Braves also benefited cancer patients in North Georgia.
Browns Bridge Road was briefly shut down in both directions in West Hall County due to a four-vehicle wreck near Mincey Marble on Thursday afternoon.
The Obama administration has instructed federal agencies to begin taking a number of actions this week to address the national prescription painkiller and heroin epidemic.
Students gathered to sign beams for the two-story Centennial Arts Academy addition on Thursday morning.
The metro Gainesville area's unemployment rate in August dipped to 4.4 percent, down one-tenth of a percentage point from 4.5 percent in ...
North Lake Square continues to grow along Dawsonville Highway and will soon feature a nail salon, pizza delivery shop and relocated burger joint.
James Mulkey was looking for his Army uniform for months before he saw a stranger's viral Facebook post about it.
The campaign for the District 4 Hall County Board of Commissioners seat took an interesting turn Wednesday when Democratic challenger Angela Middleton asserted her credentials ...
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