After wrapping up its final meeting this week, the Special Joint Committee on Immigration Reform is prepared for the immigration legislation that is almost certain to come up when the General Assembly meets in January.
Although now he can't travel around Hall County without being interrupted by a traffic signal every few blocks, Andrew Morters remembers when things were quite different.
Peace on earth - for most Americans, that's just a nice phrase.
A new road or road improvement can start with a simple suggestion by local residents.
You get in your vehicle, pull out of your driveway and head on your way.
Perhaps no big surprise here, but intersections featuring some of Hall County's busiest traffic are also the most accident-prone.
Andrew Morters has seen plenty of changes in Hall County since his family arrived in 1977.
Gainesville Police Department officials helped 16 students to have a bountiful Christmas on Friday who otherwise wouldn't have had one.
Second-grader Fernanda Martinez had the chance to mimic one of her favorite holiday movies Friday, "The Polar Express."
Gainesville's finances are looking good, auditors told Gainesville City Council members at Friday's work session.
Gainesville's Salvation Army office has its largest holiday task today - hand out boxes of food to 600 families and clothes and toys to 1,600 children.
A federal appeals court is considering a challenge to a state nepotism law that barred former Gainesville school board member Kelvin Simmons from seeking re-election in 2009.
Dawsonville-based Chestatee State Bank was seized Friday by the Georgia Department of Banking and Finance.
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When Janice Bryans leaves work at the Wrigley factory in the late evenings, she often sees a family of deer grazing on the lawn.
While many are students were excited to finish the school year, a group of students from World Language Academy had an exciting weekend for a ...
Cailen Rundles had regular headaches, leg and back pains and vision problems as a second-grader. He "threw up all the time for no reason," his ...
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African-American residents of the Newtown and Fair Street neighborhoods on Gainesville's south side have long felt left out of the economic fortunes of the ...
Clay Stover's dedication to a healthy lifestyle may be exceeded on by the enthusiasm that Debbie Wiley, North Hall Middle School physical education and ...
Georgia is expanding its nurse aide registry, which catalogues incidents of abuse and neglect of elderly patients, to include home health care providers.
Inclement weather caused law enforcement to suspend a search Friday for a missing woman last seen Wednesday at Lanier Point Park off Dawsonville Highway.
Teachers and students lined the halls of Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy Friday morning to say goodbye to their friends.
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