The baby blue shirt is a dead giveaway.
In trying economic times, expenses such as a funeral, which can cost thousands of dollars, can take a toll on a family.
Horns were honking, kids were smiling and parents were holding up their cameras at the 10th annual Touch-A-Truck event Saturday morning sponsored by the Gainesville Parks and Recreation.
FLOWERY BRANCH - South Hall motorists may soon see the bright yellow truck a little more often as they're tooling down Interstate 985.
With the school year in full swing, public health officials say they have received many phone calls from parents who are worried that their children have been infected with the H1N1 flu virus.
A Hall County grand jury has indicted two men in an Aug. 9 gang-related shooting that killed one teen and injured three others.
The longtime accounting manager of a Gainesville transmission plant was found guilty Friday in an embezzlement scheme exceeding half a million dollars.
It's 6 p.m., teachers have left the school for the day and your child needs help with their homework. What do you do now?
The North Georgia Community Foundation is now accepting nominations for the 2009 Philanthropist of the Year Award.
JEFFERSON - Most kids would rather sleep in an extra half-hour than get to school before 7:30 a.m., but not Dylan Paulus.
Most days around lunchtime, Brandon Martin flashes a winning smile to customers from behind a counter of deli meats, cheeses and veggies.
A Blairsville man pleaded guilty Friday in U.S. District Court in Gainesville to a string of bank robberies over 11 years that netted him more than $300,000.
Nearly 190 area homes are without telephone, internet or cable television service today as a result of problems at a Charter Communications cable plant in Gainesville, said a Charter representative.
OAKWOOD - You don't have to tell John Schmidt that Gainesville State College is in the midst of an ongoing growth explosion.
Local utilities are warning customers to be wary of giving out personal and financial information to just anyone.
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A new traffic signal in a fast-growing section of Gainesville is now operating, according to the Georgia Department of Transportation.
The gymnasium at New Holland Core Knowledge Academy roared with the sound of excited young voices.
North Hall High School student actors, musicians, singers and performers will have a state-of-the-art space to call their own next year.
One of Clermont's most prickly issues - whether to allow alcohol sales - is seemingly a non-issue as the Town Council in August basically rejected the ...
Property taxes are going up in Gainesville, even while the rate goes down.
Monitoring and enforcing Hall County codes regulating short-term vacation rentals on Lake Lanier has proved a growing challenge, according to some local officials and residents.
Hall County will raise its stop-loss threshold for workers' medical plans beginning in 2016 in the hopes of generating health care savings over the long ...
On a good day, one of the busiest intersections in Gainesville is at Jesse Jewell and E.E. Butler parkways.
Isaias Tovar-Murillo begged for mercy from the woman riding in his cab before the gun fired, Assistant District Attorney Shiv Sachdeva said in opening statements ...
The Col. William Candler Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution honored Dr. Patricia Burd at their September meeting with the Mary Smith Lockwood ...
Wednesday's ninth annual HealthSmart Interactive Health & Wellness Expo will focus on the older population of Hall County. It will include free health screenings, seminars ...
The Hall County Planning Commission has recommended denial of an application to rezone land at the intersection of Sardis Road and Ledan Road so that ...
A panel of 50 prospective jurors entered Hall County Superior Court Judge Jason Deal's courtroom Monday morning to be seated for the murder case ...
Some needed updates are coming to multiple Gainesville schools, including new bathrooms at the Gainesville Middle School baseball and softball fields.
The Affordable Care Act has reduced the number of uninsured Americans, but controlling health care costs continues to be an issue for local government.
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