It's a classic marriage tiff: One partner wants it; the other says "no way."
If you're hoping to see a different figure on your property tax bill this year but haven't filed a return or applied for exemptions yet, you might want to cancel your Monday lunch plans.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners may have come to a decision on the North Hall library, but Clermont residents say their fight is far from over.
An investigation into the ethics of Dawson County High School's principal has led to a nearly monthlong, unpaid suspension that begins Monday.
Volunteers from United Way of Hall County will take to the streets next week to thank the community for their support of the organization's annual campaign drive.
Two young leaders were honored Thursday by the Gainesville Jaycees at its annual Young Man and Young Woman of the Year awards.
The 13-year-old Flowery Branch boy who took a couple of Hall County school buses for a spin around a bus shop parking lot has become a news media sensation. Or at least his driving has.
Hall County's Boys and Girls Clubs announced their Youth of the Year winner Friday afternoon.
In the continuing battle against a climbing burglary rate, Hall County Sheriff's officials are hoping cash can loosen some lips.
Hall County school board members gave students the chance to sound off on technology's progress in the classroom at Friday evening's board retreat.
In one instant, a Gainesville woman's sense of security in her home was shattered.
A Gainesville man has been charged in connection with a fiery Sunday morning crash on Interstate 985 that left two Flowery Branch men dead.
Two area colleges have been directed to make more than $7.5 million in combined cuts to meet state legislators' budget demands.
Despite objections from Clermont residents, the Hall County Board of Commissioners voted 4-1 Thursday to build the North Hall library at Nopone Road.
About 50 people gathered outside an immigration detention center in midtown Gainesville Thursday to protest immigration policies they said lead to broken families and undue hardships for working people.
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After taking a machine gun bullet to the leg on April 9, 1945, in Erbach, Germany, Kennedy Smartt was soon thereafter touched by the kindness ...
The Gainesville-based veterans group made Curt Pritchett's day.
The Gainesville City Council will get its first look at a new downtown strategic plan when it meets this morning.
That feeling when the motor vehicle tag renewal notice shows up in the mail around your birthday - it's kind of like getting coal in ...
The passenger in the car with a driver killed in a North Hall wreck Friday morning was charged with leaving the scene of the accident ...
A Gainesville woman told Georgia State Patrol she didn't see or hear the Hall County Sheriff's Office deputy responding to a call Wednesday ...
A driver told Georgia State Patrol that a spider was crawling on her moments before a wreck that flipped one vehicle and caused hers to ...
Draft documents dictating future operations of the tri-state water basin including Lake Lanier account for 40 million gallons per day in water supply from the ...
A dog encountered a rabid skunk near Belmont Highway in East Hall, according to a Hall County government news release.
Hall County Fire Services responders are looking into a fire this morning at a mobile home on Floyd Road east of Gainesville.
Control of the 282-acre Camp Frank D. Merrill in Lumpkin County transfers Wednesday to the Army from the U.S. Forest Service - a move not ...
This occasional series features some of those remarkable students with special circumstances who are served and cared for by local schools.
Two finalists for the Jefferson city manager position are being interviewed today during a 12:50 p.m. called meeting, which will be an executive ...
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