Georgia State Patrol troopers still are investigating how a motorist struck and seriously injured a man who was leaf-blowing a private driveway in South Hall.
On the Gainesville State College Student Center stage, school club Pulse Pro-Life hosted its third annual Life Day Wednesday afternoon to spread awareness about the controversial issue of abortion.
Gainesville State College's first employee, Eleanor Crawford, died Tuesday at the Oaks at Limestone after an extended illness. She was 95.
Studies completed by a state commission several years ago determined Dawson County could add 100,000 residents by 2050.
A special visitor will be hopping onto Lanier Charter Career Academy's campus this weekend to not only dine with guests, but to also help students participate in an international competition.
The letter arrived to Mark Padgett's mailbox just in time. He was a successful high school football coach who knew his tenure with one team had ended. When he opened the letter, Padgett realized a new career. His wife, Renee, agreed.
A former Gainesville insurance agent convicted on drug charges in Forsyth and Lumpkin counties has been sent back to prison to finish his sentence.
Hall County School's extended days have also affected the activities on the outskirts of instruction time such as transportation and sports practices.
While some worried Hall County's extended school days would lead to lots of tired and crabby kids, administrators say the change is having the opposite effect.
As Hall County's departments face an $8.8 million budget hole for fiscal year 2012, several changes at the state level aren't making it any easier.
If Gov. Nathan Deal signs a bill that would allow alcohol sales on Sundays, Gainesville residents could vote on it as early as November.
A new piece of state legislation could help school systems when it comes to splitting up dollars from the 1-cent sales tax for education.
Attorneys will argue this morning whether a former Gainesville insurance agent convicted on drug charges in Forsyth and Lumpkin counties should have to finish his sentence.
Hall County departments need a better way to plan their budgets for the future, two top county officials said Tuesday.
Ten area teachers were lifted up Tuesday morning as models of education excellence.
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A fire that destroyed a home in North Hall last week has left local government officials looking to calm fears about the risk to other ...
Five men, including three Hall County brothers, who served in World War II and Vietnam, were awarded their high school diplomas Monday in a special ...
Hall County's pre-K program will cost $45,000 to $60,000 in local money for the fiscal year 2017, the school board was told ...
One person was killed and two others transported to hospitals after a wreck involving a tractor-trailer and a van early Monday morning on Interstate 85 ...
A Gainesville man is accused of driving a car into someone holding a 1-year-old. Authorities said he also fired a gun at another person.
A whale of a meeting could be in store Thursday before the Hall County Board of Commissioners.
A raccoon was found to be rabid after contact with a dog recently in the 4000 block of Poplar Springs Road in South Hall. It ...
A Buford gun range and store suffered thousands of dollars in stolen inventory and property damage after a Sunday morning burglary, police said.
The United States can have a similar economic boom as was seen in the last half of the 20th century, but it also faces a ...
Two drivers were killed and one passenger was critically injured after a wreck Monday morning on Cleveland Highway/Ga. 11.
On the campus of Riverside Military Academy in Gainesville is a walking, talking, living, breathing piece of the school's history.
The Affordable Care Act will get a deeper look at the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce's fifth annual Health Care Reform Seminar on Tuesday.
The University of North Georgia and Lanier Technical College campuses will be beehives of activity Monday - and both will have more students than last year.
A pickup truck smashed through a Buford business Sunday morning, followed by suspects taking rifles and pistols from the store.
Pushing a cart isn't the only way to get a week's worth of groceries from the Kroger Marketplace at New Holland anymore.
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