The Georgia Department of Labor will help Home Goods recruit about 85 workers for a new home furnishings distribution center under construction in Jefferson.
The federally funded nonprofit Ninth District Opportunity is accepting applications in Hall County for the Weatherization Assistance Program.
John Bailey installs a new indoor playground set Monday afternoon at Gainesville First United Methodist Church. The playground project, which takes about 10 days to install, is one part of the church's Children and Youth First Initiative and is being installed inside the new children's wing of the church.
When Gainesville amended its alcohol ordinance a few months ago to allow the sale of growlers, a few local business owners saw an opportunity to catch the wave.
State Sen. Butch Miller, a Gainesville Republican, confirmed on his Facebook page late Monday night he will seek the Senate majority leader post for next year's General Assembly session.
Georgia Department of Transportation workers may begin digging Wednesday morning at the site of a potentially deep sinkhole that opened early Monday in a Gainesville shopping center parking lot.
Fair Street International Baccalaureate World School Principal William Campbell has a lot to be excited about this school year.
A gluten-free label regulation issued a year ago by the United States Food and Drug Administration takes effect today.
Plans to develop an 89-lot subdivision straddling the Hall County and Gwinnett County line were sidelined again Monday when the planning commission tabled the proposal until next month.
Hall County officials assured a group of South Hall residents Monday night they're working hard to speed up widening congested Spout Springs Road, but they also asked for help in the cause.
Gainesville City Council is set to approve the use of $12,500 in SPLOST VI money today to pay for a study at Lee Gilmer Memorial Airport.
A potentially cavernous sinkhole opened early Monday in a Gainesville shopping center parking lot, and fixing it is a bit complex.
The Gainesville City Board of Education will lower the tax rate for fiscal year 2015 at its Aug. 18 meeting.
A firefighter injured when a truck's ladder fell 44 feet on July 22 has been transferred to the Shepherd Center.
The American Legion Legacy Scholarship Run is scheduled Wednesday to zoom through Flowery Branch.
The ALS ice bucket challenge has arrived in Gainesville. The nationally ranked Brenau University competitive cheerleading squad was challenged on Facebook by Chestatee High junior varsity cheerleader Kaylee Grace Lucas to take the ALS ice bucket challenge. The challenge is raising funds for research on amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease.
Gainesville City Council will meet today to cast a first vote on whether to raise water rates 1 percent next year.
Area residents waited for years for construction to start on the Cleveland Bypass. Now that the project is underway, they'll have to wait longer for it to finish.
Hall County Fire Chief David Kimbrell has been relieved of command over fire services but will retain his post as Emergency Management Agency director following a mishap with a fire truck last month that injured three firefighters.
The two women shot near the Atlanta Street Apartments on Friday are out of the hospital and recuperating, one of them said Monday.
All of the brakes in the 1988 Acura Legend that injured four children on Price Way last month were functioning, Georgia State Patrol Trooper Brodie Forrester said.
A thunderstorm that moved through Hall County on Monday evening caused some minor damage.
Gainesville City Schools will lower its millage rate this year, the first time the district has done so since 2010.
Behind Vanessa Hyatt-Fugate's home, down a weed-strewn slope in the Hollywood Hills subdivision off Thompson Bridge Road, runs Slaughterhouse Creek, a narrow, babbling stream that empties into a Lake Lanier cove.
Flipping through a series of dog pictures, David Jones asks the room of officers attending an Aug. 10 training program what the dog is telling them.
Georgia sinkholes may not spread to house-swallowing size - like ones that have opened up in Florida in recent years - but the Georgia Department of Transportation doesn't just dismiss them as random acts of nature.
The University of North Georgia is offering new bachelor's degree programs for the new school year at its Gainesville campus.
A new manager is at the helm of the Department of Driver Services in Gainesville.