A Gainesville man was killed in a one-vehicle wreck early Saturday when his truck crossed the center line, struck an embankment for a private driveway and went airborne, authorities said.
As millions of vehicles are added to air bag recall lists, dealerships along the Gainesville automotive corridor look to find ways to handle the replacements.
The North Georgia Community Foundation is accepting grant applications for projects funded through its Community Impact Fund.
From August to May, thousands of children in Gainesville and Hall County don't have to worry about getting a hot meal every day.
Dunkin' Donuts customers chucked spare coins or change from the morning coffee pickup into a bucket Friday, donating more than $1,000 countywide to law enforcement officers supporting the Georgia Special Olympics.
A Gainesville man is accused of picking up a 15-year-old girl in his vehicle and sexually assaulting her six months ago, according to authorities.
Gainesville officials appear to be moving closer to allowing digital billboards in the city more than two years after first broaching the subject.
With exceptional growth following its consolidation three years ago, the University of North Georgia's Dahlonega campus needs a new, multipurpose event center.
A Gwinnett County Police officer broke a window Tuesday to rescue a puppy from a car in the Mall of Georgia parking lot, according to authorities.
Gainesville Police cleared the scene of a bomb threat at the Gainesville Target after 3:30 p.m. Friday after investigating at the Shallowford Road store.
The University of North Georgia will start a concentration in Japanese studies in fall 2017, thanks to a $400,000 grant from the Japan Foundation.
If Flowery Branch residents see a hike in their property tax bills, it won't be because of the city's tax rate.
A 60-unit affordable housing project geared to residents 55 and older is a step closer to development in Flowery Branch.
Two students from Hall County have received Woodrow Wilson teaching fellowships to pursue master's degrees before teaching in the state for at least three years.
Equipping school campuses with medication that can save drug overdose victims has become a priority in the local fight against heroin and prescription painkiller abuse.
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A Gainesville pipe fabricator faces a penalty of $49,375 from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration after multiple citations.
A 63-year-old Hall County man was charged with manufacturing marijuana after five plants were seized in a search, according to authorities.
A package containing 1,200 pills from Thailand was seized Tuesday in Jefferson through a controlled delivery by local and federal authorities.
A pair of prominent local road projects are closer to becoming a reality.
WASHINGTON - Rebellious Democrats disrupted the House's legislative work on Wednesday, staging a sit-in on the House floor and refusing to leave until they secured ...
A truck containing tar caught fire Wednesday afternoon and shut down McEver Road for an hour.
Following years of families hanging in limbo, U.S. Rep. Doug Collins, R-Gainesville, wants to address the 2012 Russian adoption ban.
Amazon will add a new 600,000-square-foot distribution center in Braselton and hire about 500 people.
Everyone knows the growth is coming.
A Buford man pleaded guilty last week to defrauding 11 investors of $3.2 million, according to court documents.
It doesn't seem so long ago when rain couldn't stop falling. Now, we could go days between raindrops.
The Hall County Health Department has achieved "Partner in Prevention," a nationally-recognized public standard to end child sexual abuse.
A Gainesville woman accused of being part of an armed robbery duo has new charges following an indictment last week, according to authorities.
The historic Cobb Street bridge in Lula must be repaired by July 8 or Norfolk Southern Railroad will face a fine of up to $500 ...
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