CLEVELAND - No maps were needed. When U.S. troops asked where the Dachau death camp was, a villager held his nose and pointed down the road.
Lori Carson started planning for a butterfly and hummingbird exhibit in Gainesville more than a year ago.
A 75-car motorcade of mainly police and deputy cruisers commanded attention at 3:30 p.m. Thursday as the kickoff to Operation Thunder took over parts of Interstate 985.
It's official - Olive Garden is coming to Gainesville.
Hall County Board of Commissioners Chairman Tom Oliver spoke about the state of the county at the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce Thursday while addressing a few recent controversies.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners voted Thursday to seek a Gainesville-based firm for the county attorney position to replace Bill Blalock, who was ousted from the job earlier this month.
Hall County Board of Commissioners Chairman Tom Oliver will keep his power to make and second motions and deliberate actions after an effort to strip those powers failed Thursday.
When it comes to retirement benefits, Gainesville's government gets a clean bill of health.
ATLANTA - A quick walk through the International Poultry Expo reveals the life of a chicken from A to Z. From breeding to hatching to processing to deboning to marinating, it's all on display this week.
On Saturday, Justin Ellis will try to patch what he sees as a disconnect between land owners and the natural world around them.
After less than a month in office, Hall County Commissioner Craig Lutz has inspired a recall effort.
With the stroke of a pen 28 years ago today, the U.S. military involvement in Vietnam was over and peace had come to the Southeast Asia region - at least on paper.
Hall County's local businesses know how to catch eyes.
New rules for reservoirs likely will not have an impact on the planned Glades Reservoir, though environmental groups are not pleased with the changes.
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Jack Pyburn, an architect and rowing enthusiast, helped local organizers create the plan for the Lake Lanier venue and helped found the Lake Lanier Rowing ...
A local nonprofit group is planning a weekend of activities to inspire and empower teens and young adults.
Starting and maintaining a club isn't as easy as it sounds.
One of Gainesville's most iconic historic buildings has a new owner.
Gainesville is looking to improve pedestrian connections around downtown and, in the process, spruce up some major roadways.
Lula officials are planning a field trip to Sugar Hill in North Gwinnett County on Friday.
The Hall County school system is looking at installing LED lighting in its gymnasiums districtwide.
Gainesville attorney and former Hall commissioner Ashley Bell will host a criminal justice reform event Tuesday night live from Cleveland near the site of the ...
U.S. Rep. Doug Collins, R-Gainesville, is trying not to let the distractions get to him this week at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.
Twenty years ago the Olympic Games came to Atlanta, with rowing and paddling events held in Gainesville on Lake Lanier. While the Olympic flame has ...
A Gainesville man accused of an attempted carjacking told police he thought the victim had been following him for days, according to testimony Monday.
The Gainesville school board agreed to hold a meeting discussing the building of a new Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy after a motion to "table the ...
Mary Hart Wilheit served as executive director of Gainesville/Hall '96 and its efforts to bring the Olympics to Gainesville. She shares her memories of ...
Two people and a pet died Monday morning after a mobile home caught fire in Clarkesville, according to authorities.
Finding a parking space at Northeast Georgia Medical Center's Gainesville campus should get a little easier.
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