Hall County resident Russell McMurry has been named the Georgia Department of Transportation's engineering division director.
Flowery Branch's budget for fiscal 2012, which takes effect July 1, is still "a work in progress," but at this point, "it looks as if we will not raise property taxes," Mayor Mike Miller said Monday.
As summer gets under way, Linda Crowe should be finalizing arrangements for a road trip through Maine that she had planned. But as gas prices top $4 a gallon, she, like many travelers, instead finds herself crunching the numbers.
A former Hall County Sheriff's Office investigator whose job was to look into allegations of misconduct within the agency pleaded guilty Monday to sexual battery involving a 3-year-old girl.
Gainesville may change the way pool rooms operate in the city.
Gainesville City Schools will likely roll up the millage rate and impose furlough days to balance the fiscal year 2012 budget.
Oakwood took a major step Monday night toward setting development standards for a 250-acre downtown area, including the nearly finished Thurmon Tanner Parkway, as part of its Oakwood 2030 plans.
Fluctuating tax digest numbers are continuing to cut away at an already bare Hall County Schools 2012 budget.
North Hall High School was evacuated this morning after an incident in a science classroom caused smoke.
Charles Bishop's police badge brings back many memories from his 30 years as an officer on Tybee Island.
Gainesville's public utilities department is increasing industrial surcharge fees for the first time in 15 years.
The "water wars" between Georgia, Alabama and Florida is likely to surface as a topic at the Lake Lanier Association's annual membership meeting Thursday.
Junior Achievement will honor two of Gainesville's premiere business leaders, Gus Whalen and Jim Walters, with induction Thursday into the Northeast Georgia Business Hall of Fame.
Hall County sent out more than 75,000 tax assessment notices to residents on Friday, but officials want to make sure they don't pay their taxes just yet.
Area government officials are looking for ways to tap into a pot of federal transportation dollars, now that plans for a Hall County freight study that would have used that money have been shelved.
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A public forum to discuss a proposed new school for Enota that has generated controversy for months is planned at the school Thursday night, and ...
Two people in a wreck Wednesday morning - including a child - were transferred to hospitals, police said. The child was transported the Egleston campus of Children ...
A raccoon was found to be rabid after contact with two dogs in East Hall. It is the 10th confirmed case of rabies in Hall ...
Authorities said one man died after being stabbed by another man who later died after being hit with a baseball bat Tuesday in Hoschton.
A gas line broke Wednesday morning off of Sleepy Lagoon Way in Sterling on the Lake, authorities said.
A Gainesville man was killed after being hit by a vehicle on Interstate 985 South while attempting to cross the road between exits 20 and ...
"The Tire Man" is about to become the retired man.
Gainesville officials said Tuesday that they were surprised by a push from smaller cities in Hall County to unite against the influence of Gainesville and ...
A Clayton man is accused of exposing himself to a jogger at an East Hall Park, according to authorities.
Gasoline should begin flowing again Wednesday - through a temporary bypass on a critical pipeline - after a major leak in Alabama forced a shutdown that led ...
Employees from a Dawsonville grocery store spent their Tuesday morning volunteering in South Hall.
Construction and development crews with the Georgia Department of Transportation have been occupying the Ga. 400 and Ga. 53 intersection for nearly 20 months, working ...
Five Gainesville Middle School students joined about 680 others in Georgia as REACH scholars Tuesday. The state program to encourage students to attend college also ...
Multiple groups from Georgia, including the Gainesville-based Lake Lanier Association, are following the lead of some Florida organizations in wanting to chime in on the ...
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