Susan Shaw wants what any mother would want - for her child to have every opportunity to do what he wants in life.
The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations for the 2015-2016 Leadership Hall County.
The northern long-eared bat, whose habitat extends into Hall County, has contributed to the latest delay of a draft environmental impact statement for the proposed Glades Reservoir.
Cody Brewer stole the limelight Friday.
Plans to open Gainesville's first microbrewery in the midtown district are no more.
Elizabeth Beck enjoys being a school bus driver.
A three-part series on the Civil War started Thursday night at the University of North Georgia Gainesville, and what better place to start than the Peach State?
Described as "very serious in nature," accounting deficiencies in a grant-funded housing program operated by Hall County were revealed Thursday night in an audit report to the Board of Commissioners.
Gainesville officials have prepared a resolution opposing a $1 billion state transportation bill, even as the plan continues to be revised in the Georgia General Assembly.
There are two major complicating factors as local governments prepare to dive into budget talks this year: Will voters approve a 1 percent sales tax to fund roads, building renovations and other infrastructure upgrades and how will a proposed $1 billion state transportation bill affect city and county revenues?
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Former Gainesville High football star A.J. Johnson, a former University of Tennessee linebacker, was one of two men indicted by a grand jury Thursday in connection with a rape investigation.
Brace yourself for a cold, blustery weekend, as winter is nowhere near through with us yet.
A Buford man has been arrested and charged with child enticement in Hall County, the sheriff's office has reported.
Too often, children consume prescription medication they've confused for candy.
A small kitchen fire Friday forced eight people out of their home to stay with relatives until repairs are made.
Hall County Fire Services have received reports of impostors attempting to take donations.
Turnout during the first week of early voting on a new round of special purpose local option sales tax, or SPLOST VII, was sporadic, with snowy weather and government closings likely limiting the number who showed up to the polls.
The Hall Progress 2015 Committee, a group of local business leaders, is spearheading a campaign to pass SPLOST VII.
Five people from across North Georgia were arrested Tuesday in the continued "dismantling of a local methamphetamine trafficking network," authorities said, that is suspected of handling more than 10 pounds of the drug.
A popular song started blaring and girls screamed, starting to move to the music.
In Gainesville and Flowery Branch on Thursday, the overnight snow quickly turned to slush and what little ice remained on the pavements had melted by mid-morning.
An Ellijay man faces charges of robbery by intimidation, theft, fraud and forgery following multiple incidents in Gainesville, Oakwood and Gwinnett County.
A $44.6 billion 2016 fiscal year state budget approved Thursday by the Georgia House would close previous cuts to public education spending, slash funding for low-interest student loans and ask local school districts to make $103 million more in employer contributions to keep state insurance coverage for some part-time school employees.
If you were expecting Snowmageddon 2015 on Thursday, what you got in Gainesville was more like Snow-meh.
School was out and snow was on the ground, so people in Hall County were ready to have some fun Thursday.
Internet activists declared victory over the nation's big cable companies Thursday after the Federal Communications Commission voted to impose the toughest rules yet on broadband providers like Comcast, Verizon and AT&T to prevent them from creating paid fast lanes and slowing or blocking web traffic.
A winter storm that dropped a slushy mix Wednesday on North Georgia was downgraded overnight, though light snow and black ice may still cover some roadways, making travel dangerous early in the day.
A quick drive on Wednesday morning down Thompson Bridge Road in Gainesville revealed just how seriously local residents were taking the prospect of a major snowstorm bearing down on the region.