Cleaning to kick off the season is a commonly practiced spring tradition. But it's not limited to just kitchens and basements; it includes the Chattahoochee River.
A Gainesville man was sentenced to 10 years in prison by a Hall County judge after pleading guilty to sexually abusing a disabled person, according to the district attorney's office.
If you give a teacher a roomful of people who aren't her students, she will still find a way to teach them.
Gainesville City Council voted 4-2 Tuesday to ease restrictions on where pawnshops can be located in the city.
Jamey Moore is the choice as new principal of North Hall High School.
Willard Wrecker Service in Buford has yet to work any Hall County wrecks related to a state road-clearing program.
A Dawson County sheriff's employee is on unpaid administrative leave following his arrest over the weekend on suspicion of driving under the influence.
A partially opened stretch of Ga. 347/Lanier Islands Parkway in South Hall County won't fully open April 14, as hoped.
The Gainesville Administrative Services Department will get a little leaner in the 2015 fiscal year as the human resources division splits off into its own department.
Brenau University will get new residence facilities, a laboratory and field house as the result of a $62.5 million spending plan approved by its Board of Trustees.
Education collides with real-world business experience in the Chestatee Marketplace.
Gainesville City Council will meet today to hear two proposed ordinance amendments that will loosen restrictions on businesses hoping to open in the city.
More than 50 businesses and industries are expected to participate Wednesday in the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce's annual job fair.
This week's weather is predicted to be beautiful, unless you're an allergy sufferer.
One in three Georgia inmates will return to prison within three years of being placed on parole, but a new state law aims to reduce those numbers and help nonviolent offenders get back to work.
Hall firefighters responded to a residential fire early Sunday morning, making it the sixth blaze since Thursday night.
Deputies were called to the scene of a gas station robbery Sunday afternoon.
A 6-year-old Gwinnett County boy died Saturday from injuries sustained after being struck by a vehicle, according to Gwinnett County Police spokesman Sgt. Brian Doan.
Students from area high schools have until May 1 to apply for this year's Junior Achievement scholarship.
Just one person qualified last week for a special election next month to replace Norman Harrop on the Lula City Council.
Women have made strides in many career areas, but it's still tough to break into some, including science, technology, engineering and math.
It may be too soon to tout a lowered re-offending rate or a quantifiable dollar amount saved to taxpayers, but a reverberation of statewide criminal justice reform is being noted by one local entity: the Hall County Correctional Institute.
The iconic fountain on Brenau University's front lawn is restored and now dedicated to one of Brenau's longtime figures.
A recent Supreme Court ruling allows individuals to donate to any number of federal candidates they want and promises to pour millions more dollars into an election system already swamped in money.
Wagging tails, barking, laughter and smiles were found on the Gainesville square Saturday as the Hall County Animal Shelter held the first Mutts On Main fundraising event.
Under a clear weekend sky, volunteers on land and water did some spring cleaning to make Hall County a bit more pristine.
Gov. Nathan Deal will sign the third phase of his criminal justice reforms today at Antioch Baptist Church in Gainesville.
Fire destroyed a house Saturday afternoon, causing $150,000 in damage, not including the contents.
The Times held a Shred Day event Friday in Gainesville to benefit Hall County Relay for Life. The public was invited to bring their documents to be shredded and to offer a donation. The Times Relay for Life team also will host a community yard sale at The Times from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. April 26. Residents interested in participating can rent a space for $20, with proceeds from space rentals going to Relay. Participants will need to provide their own tables. For more information or to reserve a space for the yard sale, call Dana Erwin ...