Alan Kindree made a find of his own while playing host to the Discovery Channel.
The last time Jerry Hill of Murrayville saw Warren S. Jackson was on July Fourth.
Bears, bobcats, coyotes - if you live in Northeast Georgia, these critters are probably your neighbors whether you know it or not.
OAKWOOD - Instead of moving ahead with plans for some space in its building two years ago, the Georgia Poultry Laboratory off Oakwood Road got a condemnation notice for that area.
Antioch Baptist Church in Gainesville may have only been half occupied Saturday afternoon, but when voices were raised in prayer and worship, the place was nearly bursting at the seams with life.
State scores on the college entrance ACT exam inched up this year, but local school officials aren't really paying attention.
DAHLONEGA - Rainy weather didn't stop blues fans from coming to Lumpkin county to enjoy a day and night of blues music.
Customers often complain that downtown Gainesville businesses close too early on the weekends, and business owners complain that there aren't enough customers to stay open later.
Heavy rains Saturday caused part of a parking lot to collapse at the Sonic restaurant in Cleveland.
Wind and rain can beat away at tombstones over the years, wiping away the history etched there. But a project at Cleveland Historic Cemetery aims to preserve that information in digital records.
High school students across the county are trying to decide what to do for the rest of their lives.
After its longtime leader left for California, the Lake Lanier Association didn't have to look long and hard for a new replacement.
Special needs students in Georgia's schools are able to attend a private school to better meet their needs, but they only have a few days left to enroll.
Although there was no relief from the heat in sight for volunteers gathered at a Gainesville church on Friday, they worked tirelessly with a goal of providing comfort to people hundreds of miles away in Haiti.
A new state law may soon have Hall County changing the way it looks at manufactured homes.
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A Gainesville teenager is charged with shooting at another vehicle after an alleged drug deal turned sour, according to authorities.
Stores and shoppers are preparing for a sales-tax-free weekend and back-to-school purchases.
Winder Highway (Ga. 53) is closed at J.J. Lott Road near Braselton due to a vehicle crash. Traffic is being affected in both directions.
Hall County school leaders were generally satisfied with the Georgia Milestones test results released Tuesday, while Gainesville school leaders pointed to student demographics to explain ...
PANAMA CITY, Fla. - Three Georgia men face up to life in prison after being found guilty following a federal trial in the Florida Panhandle on ...
As a black Republican, Gainesville attorney and former Hall County commissioner, Ashley Bell is in a unique position to address criminal justice reform - which has ...
Hillary Clinton's campaign sought to squelch a political firestorm over hacked emails that deepened dissent among Bernie Sanders' loyal supporters, turning to some of ...
A Hall County man is accused of beating his mother's caregiver under the suspicion the mother was abused, according to testimony Monday.
Athens Highway at Barrett Road has been reopened after a commercial fire shut down the road for about two hours.
When it opened 41 years ago in Flowery Branch, Citizens Pharmacy didn't have quite the level of competition it does now.
Hall County classroom teachers will be able to buy $100 worth of school supplies for their classrooms and students, thanks to a renewal of an ...
A man sentenced to life in prison without parole after a murder plea has successfully withdrawn his guilty plea and will have his case heard ...
The Hall County Board of Commissioners is looking to spend $2.5 million on software upgrades in an effort to finish up a long-anticipated overhaul ...
Fair Street School will change its focus this year - placing its emphasis on the Georgia Milestones and "pausing" on its International Baccalaureate program.
School supplies and backpacks will be a focus for families in the next two weeks as a new school year is about to start.
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