Digging out of the winter snow has become a costly affair for the Georgia Department of Transportation.
One thing students have to know when they're playing in the snow instead of in class: Chances are, they're going to have to make up those missed days.
A Hall County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman said a suspect has not been identified in the death of an Oakwood woman whose body was found Feb. 8.
Law enforcement officials said Monday a fatal shooting outside the Branch House Tavern in Flowery Branch early Saturday morning was an act of self-defense.
Originally scheduled for Tuesday because of the Presidents Day holiday, the Gainesville City Schools board of education will meet today at 6 p.m.
Rock Goodbye Angel, a local nonprofit that supports families who have lost an infant, is opening the doors today to new offices.
After being stuck indoors due to snow, sleet and ice, Gainesville residents were happy Sunday to see sunshine and warmer temperatures return.
Some 70 area companies are preparing to showcase their products and services Thursday at the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce's Buy Local/Safe & Green Expo, after the event was postponed Tuesday due to snow.
Public schools already get a four-day grace period for winter weather, but the state board of education is considering tacking on extra flexibility as classrooms across Georgia scramble to make up time lost to inclement conditions.
Some state lawmakers are asking for more discretion in the criminal prosecution and sentencing of teens.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners will consider filling four full-time positions related to capital improvement projects and economic development when it meets this week to make up for a postponed session resulting from last week's snow and ice storm.
The Hall County School District may soon find itself having to choose between three options that may not be just right.
If you felt some extra rumbling Sunday afternoon, it wasn't your imagination.
A great teacher has the capability of not only molding young minds but changing lives, not only for students, but for the community.
Last week's winter blast didn't just paralyze traffic; it also froze up dollars consumers normally drop at area businesses.
On the screen behind Candace Kendle, an image flashed of two separate brain scans.
Flowery Branch City Council gave its first OK Thursday night to expanding the city's lone rock quarry, while signaling company officials and area residents to keep working toward a final agreement on conditions.
As the next year's state budget takes one step closer to reality, local schools continue to cheer as increased funding looks more like a certainty.
CLARKESVILLE - Local residents were heartbroken Thursday after a large fire did heavy damage to historic buildings in the downtown area of this Habersham County town.
Gainesville officials are looking to amend the city's alcoholic beverage ordinance in hopes it will entice a South Hall business, which serves draft beer to go, to open on the downtown square.
Tony Beatty, a longtime Republican campaign strategist and consultant, pulled out of the District 1 race for the Hall County Board of Commissioners on Thursday after qualifying earlier this week.
The Gainesville Police Department is seeking a No. 2 in command after Maj. Paul Sherman retired in January, officials said.
Winter is hanging on with an icy grip as residents of the Northeast Georgia mountains could see some frozen precipitation tonight into Friday.
A memorial service is planned today for a Riverside Military Academy student who died Tuesday from injuries sustained in a pedestrian accident.
One person was being treated for minor smoke inhalation after a residential fire in Gainesville, city fire officials said.
Craig Lutz, R-Flowery Branch, filed papers Thursday to qualify for a seat on the Public Service Commission's District 4. Lutz had previously announced his intention to join the race, which also includes Douglas Kidd, R-Lavonia, and incumbent Bubba McDonald, R-Clarkesville.
The high in Burlington, Vt., today is expected to be around 20.
Jeffrey Hubbard of Atlanta will serve four years in prison for crashing into and killing 11-year-old Kile Glover in a summer 2012 wreck on Lake Lanier.
Some area businesses are hoping to find their own source of green at Don Carter State Park.