Some 160 people were on hand Wednesday as the American Business Women's Association Lake Lanier Charter Chapter selected its 2009 Business Woman of the Year.
A Hall County State Court jury has cleared a neurosurgeon in a medical malpractice suit that accused him of negligence in surgery that left a patient paralyzed below the waist.
JEFFERSON - The Jefferson City Schools Board of Education added and lost system staff members during Wednesday's special called meeting.
A dairy farmer, a longtime veterinarian and Georgia's commissioner of agriculture were inducted Wednesday into the Hall County Agribusiness Hall of Fame.
A group of Lanier Career Academy students on Wednesday spent an entire class session doing nothing but eating ice cream.
There are only a few days left until Georgia's summer burn ban takes effect.
Gainesville Mayor Myrtle Figueras is planning to unveil her "Wall of Happiness" as part of Georgia Cities Week. The wall is located behind her desk in the Joint Administration Building on Henry Ward Way.
Hall County's administrative offices will be closed Monday due to the county's monthly employee furloughs.
Between 1,000 and 1,200 gallons of sewage spilled onto the ground and into Lake Lanier on Tuesday, according to a news release.
Eastbound lanes on Mundy Mill Road under Interstate 985 will be closed from 7 tonight through 7 a.m. Thursday because of road construction.
Gainesville joined an "exclusive club" Tuesday, electing to join with the state Department of Community Affairs to become a WaterFirst community.
CUMMING - Former Georgia Gov. Roy Barnes said Tuesday that he is continuing to ponder a run for the office he lost to Sonny Perdue in 2002.
You might find yourself more conscious of the environment today, yet even more aware of the recession's stress on your wallet.
There's a problem in the Latino community that outsiders may not be aware of.
Five people, one 17-year-old and four juveniles, were arrested Tuesday and each charged with one count of burglary, Hall County Sheriff's officials reported.
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An open burning ban is now in effect for 54 Georgia counties, including Hall, and the Gainesville Fire Department is warning against illegal fires this ...
The College and Career Ready Performance Index scores are a bit "like a kid coming home with a report card" for school districts, Kevin Bales ...
A Peachtree City developer hopes to bring a 508-acre waterfront development featuring homes, restaurants and offices to a now largely undeveloped section of South Hall.
Building Director Tim Williams called out safety instructions to dozens of volunteers Monday morning from his perch on a muddy mound adjacent to a home ...
Gov. Nathan Deal acknowledged Monday morning during a budget signing ceremony in Hall County that Georgians are anxiously awaiting his decision on whether to veto ...
Gov. Nathan Deal flew into Hall County by helicopter Monday morning to sign the $23.7 billion state budget for the 2017 fiscal year, which ...
Hall County government has won a summary judgment lawsuit against Selective Insurance Company of America Inc. for uncollected bond payments on sidewalk construction in three ...
Cherie Michals applied the facial cream, and Metochantee Turner was happy to receive it.
Maddie Williams had a headache for a few weeks before she woke one morning vomiting.
In a crowded field, five men with varying backgrounds are vying for the right to continue the Republican hold on the 9th District seat in ...
Eleven weeks of rigorous training came before the big race day for some at the Fit Families 5K at Laurel Park in Gainesville.
The first sign that new residential and commercial development in an area is strong shows when construction costs begin to rise.
School vouchers have long been a policy prize for Republicans, and now the proposal is getting new life on the May 24 primary ballot.
With Joe Amerling's blinker flashing toward the black-and-gold Lenox Park sign at the subdivision entrance, any drug dealer knows that entrance is also the ...
The Rock in the Spring concert at Grove Street Station benefited the Challenged Child and Friends organization. All proceed go to pay for students' supplies ...
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