A Flowery Branch mother and daughter were arrested Friday and charged with prostitution following an investigation into Internet ads.
A car hit an apartment building Friday afternoon causing minor damage and knocking out power to most of the complex.
The First Friday concert with the Fly Betty Band on the downtown square in Gainesville will start at 7:30 p.m. instead of 8.
Gainesville Parks and Recreation has won the Georgia Recreation and Park Association Agency of the Year award for the 11th time in the last 15 years.
The 23rd annual Marketplace, sponsored by the Northeast Georgia Medical Center Auxilary, will continue from 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. today and 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. Goods from more than 80 merchants from six states will pack the Gainesville Civic Center. Items ranging from women's, men's and children's clothing to vintage furniture and housewares as well as gourmet food will be available for purchase. In addition, a live and silent auction will allow patrons to compete for their favorite goodies. Proceeds from Marketplace will benefit Safe Kids Gainesville ...
Forsyth County residents may see construction begin to thin traffic congestion along Ga. 400 and other sore spots by next year after a $200 million bond referendum to fund road projects passed in Tuesday's election.
Prices at the pump have been falling consistently for the past several weeks nationwide, and Gainesville has been no exception.
The talk was mostly about roads, but concerns also were raised in a transportation public meeting Thursday night about bicycle paths, airport improvements and even the long-range possibility of commuter rail.
Every college or university is vulnerable to a natural or manmade disaster. University of North Georgia Public Safety Chief Justin Gaines wants to do something about that.
An audit of the state ethics commission has revealed systemic problems, including inequitable handling of complaints, fines and investigations, within the agency.
Hall County officials have announced they will host two additional public input meetings in an effort to generate interest and support for a new round of special purpose local option sales tax.
Georgia Mountains Workforce Development is bringing its Mobile Career Coach to the Spout Springs library in Flowery Branch on Nov. 19 to help residents with job-searching skills.
The Georgia Department of Human Services is offering help with home heating costs for those who meet income eligibility requirements and are either homebound due to health reasons or live in a household in which everyone is 65 or older.
Students and job seekers in the community donned their business-professional attire Wednesday and mingled with more than 60 potential employers.
A few weeks before Christmas, Brett Jockell and his team hope to be out of the old East Hall library branch turned Hall County clinic.
Two big-name markets providing the community with new pharmacies, fresh groceries and household merchandise will open at the start of the new year.
Nine Hall County intersections are set for upgrades in the spring, including work that addresses federal Americans with Disabilities Act standards.
No one was hurt Sunday when high winds and heavy rains brought down the awning at a Flowery Branch gas station.
A multimillion-dollar project to renovate two longtime Northeast Georgia state park lodges is largely finished, with guests already taking advantage of the new rooms.
President Barack Obama's announcement Thursday night that he would act unilaterally to allow about 5 million undocumented immigrants to work legally in the United States without fear of deportation was met with both personal and political responses in Hall County and across the state and nation.
The state seems to want to please the public when it comes to the controversial Common Core education standards.
Christmas officially came to North Georgia on Saturday when BabyLand General Hospital kicked off its 36th annual Appalachian Christmas Celebration.
An Internet-based farmers market was awarded a grant Wednesday to help get the word out and expand in Gainesville.
Just over a week ago, churches, businesses and schools gathered to thank local veterans for their service in celebration of Veterans Day.
A few days after shivering through January-like cold, Northeast Georgians now are looking at a Sunday of springlike rain.
Gainesville has set a new record this year for the number of home permits issued, according to Community Development Director Rusty Ligon.
While the plan has been downsized, city officials and many members of the local community believe a better project is now in the works to build five homes on land between Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Mill Street in Gainesville.
High school students don't usually wear dresses and heels or shirts and ties to school.