From his desk at the Action Ministries-Gainesville office, Steve Napier sees the perils of poverty first hand as clients come in struggling to pay their rent or keep the electricity on.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners decided Thursday to defer impact fee collection until a certificate of occupancy is issued for a building.
Gainesville city staff is planning for the next round of Community Development Block Grant funds, but they are expecting fewer dollars than ever before.
Gainesville and Hall County firefighters know the secret behind building the pyramids in Egypt.
Interim Jackson County Manager Leonard Myers is evaluating money spent on the former I.W. Davis Correctional Institute's transformation into the Jackson County Correctional Institute.
A burn ban goes into effect Sunday as a precautionary measure to reduce ozone pollutants.
More than a month remains before Dawson County property tax assessments go out, but local officials are bracing for at least a 10 percent drop in collections.
A lot of kids in Hall County have a reason to smile today, thanks in part to Gov. Nathan Deal.
To help their peers get the inside track on how to succeed as professional women, Tiffani Poole and Tatiana Madera organized a Secrets of Successful Women Seminar.
Gainesville's ZF Group was honored Thursday as one of Georgia's manufacturers of the year for what many say is the company's spirit of continual innovation.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners chose Stewart Melvin & Frost, a firm it fired in January, as its new legal team.
Jessica Berzack was on the 11th floor of her dormitory when the tornado sirens sounded. She fled with about 50 other students to the basement of the theater department, which was built years ago as a nuclear fallout shelter.
Although Hall County was spared serious damage from the worst outbreak of tornadoes in nearly 40 years, other parts of Georgia were not as fortunate.
Gov. Nathan Deal signed a bill Thursday morning allowing communities to approve Sunday alcohol sales at stores, and Gainesville City Council members agreed they will put it on the ballot.
Gov. Nathan Deal is touring storm-ravaged areas in north Georgia and pledging state resources to help storm victims rebuild.
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Neither Hall County or Gainesville school district expects to be affected by the recent Department of Justice lawsuit about students with disabilities.
The Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning said Friday it is investigating a complaint about a Buford day care center and a child getting ...
The city of Gainesville is working to bring more than three dozen North Hall fire hydrants back to working order, after efforts to extinguish a ...
An abandoned houseboat covered in graffiti saw its last day on Lake Lanier's waters Friday before making its way to a salvage yard
The number of Hall County residents losing food stamp benefits after the reinstatement of a work requirement has leveled off this summer, but Georgia is ...
The banquet hall at First Baptist Church in Gainesville roared with gasps and laughter Thursday evening.
Built into the walls of Sean Adams' new home are the well wishes and prayers of his friends and family, thanking him for his military ...
Flowery Branch High School's marching band has two senior drum majors: one who only started band so his mom would let him play baseball ...
A planned $700 million, 508-acre multiuse development in South Hall can move forward, now that it has gotten the Hall County Board of Commissioners' approval.
If Deondre Williams had his way, every community in the country would hear his message about homelessness.
When Hall County residents Stacey Boling and Damon Migliore heard of the devastation from flooding in Louisiana, it wasn't a distant place suffering. It ...
Mincey Marble's rezoning proposal for a new plant in West Hall now will be heard by the Hall County Board of Commissioners on Oct ...
A power outage knocked out several traffic signals Thursday in Gainesville along both E.E. Butler and Jesse Jewell parkways and affected other downtown sites ...
Coffee lovers have another reason to smile. The Starbucks on Thompson Bridge Road opens at 5 a.m. Friday.
Metro Gainesville's unemployment rate was unchanged at 4.6 percent from June to July in statistics released by the Georgia Department of Labor. The ...
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