Flowery Branch is looking at possibly adding a charge to property tax bills to cover the upkeep of the city's street lights.
When a teenager has a drug problem the whole family suffers.
Poultry producers, company representatives and state and national officials all gathered Wednesday to celebrate the industry with the 75th meeting of the Georgia Poultry Improvement Association.
A homefront campaign to supply U.S. Marines in Afghanistan with an everyday hygiene item that red-flags roadside bombs has more than met its goal.
A 54-year-old Dawson County man arrested nearly a year ago on child molestation charges has been acquitted.
Flowery Branch City Council is poised to give its final OK tonight to a change in zoning law that creates a heavy-use manufacturing category.
Tucked away on the ground floor of the Gainesville Public Safety Complex is a room essential to putting criminals behind bars.
The Dawson County Sheriff's Office has temporarily withdrawn from a state certification program for law enforcement agencies and plans to seek certification again next spring.
Gainesville City Council put off voting on a new ward map Tuesday night so a project team assigned to the task can assess two late proposals.
The Emergency Management Agency is one person short after cuts made in July to the Hall County budget.
The state is giving Northeast Georgia's rural residents an opportunity to review the proposed fiscal 2012-2015 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program covering those areas.
School starts today at North Georgia College & State University, and its 6,000 students will have two new facilities to explore in between classes.
Former Barrow County teacher Ashley Payne is waiting on a decision from a Superior Court judge about her former job.
ATLANTA - The Georgia House has approved a plan to redraw the state's 180 House districts, a proposal that would force 20 incumbents to face off against each other.
Bonita Jacobs expressed excitement this afternoon, the day before classes start at North Georgia College & State University in Dahlonega.
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A 55,000-pound truck is still stuck in a sinkhole this morning in the parking lot of Diamond Auto Spa in Oakwood.
Authorities have issued an Amber Alert as they continue the search for a girl who went missing in Alpharetta on Saturday night and previously went ...
A new alcohol ordinance is taking shape in Lula.
Parents interested in personally taking on their children's education are invited to a homeschooling open house Thursday to learn the ins and outs of ...
The Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board has given its OK to renaming Touchdown Drive outside Gainesville High School to Deshaun Watson Drive.
A unique food option is coming to Dawsonville Highway. Chicken Salad Chick is scheduled to open by the beginning of June at the North Lake ...
The staff physician at a Hall County-run health clinic for employees is no longer working there after allegations of "questionable" touching were reported by more ...
LULA - Patti Thomas owns a flower shop in Lula. Xavier Bryant runs an independent pharmacy just outside Atlanta. Looking toward the inauguration of an entrepreneur ...
A girl who went missing from Hall County in July and was later found safe has disappeared again with another girl in Alpharetta.
Residents in the Martin Road community of South Hall said some 20 signs regarding the planned expansion in the area have gone missing.
Hall County has developed alternatives to widening Martin Road at the planned new interchange on Interstate 985 in South Hall, or Exit 14.
Coming on the heels of one of its schools being labeled "chronically failing" by the state, Gainesville school board officials will hear a report tonight ...
With each passing year the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday takes on an urgent new meaning.
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