1. You'll need a valid identification to vote, including one of the following: state or federal government employee photo ID; Georgia driver's license, even if expired; valid U.S. passport; valid U.S. military photo ID; or valid tribal photo ID.
Election Day troubles are mounting early in Hall County and across the state of Georgia.
A Hall County bus driver collided with a pickup truck Monday morning at Sardis Road and Dawsonville Highway.
Two area high schools recently won state titles for their one-act plays, both of which told stories of family struggles and values.
Gainesville City Council will meet tonight to vote on an annexation and rezoning request that, if approved, will allow for the development of a 219-lot upscale subdivision off Dawsonville Highway in Gainesville, near the shores of Lake Lanier.
If all goes as planned, a road washed out during a 2013 flood may finally be repaired nearly two years later.
Gainesville City Schools is creating a plan in the event a student or employee contracts an infectious disease, such as Ebola.
A Cornelia woman has been charged with vehicular homicide after she allegedly caused a motorcyclist to go off the road.
The railroad crossing at Athens Street in Gainesville is closed until 4 p.m. Friday so that Norfolk Southern Railroad can replace tracks.
Water "wars" between Georgia and Florida are sure to continue now that the U.S. Supreme Court has accepted a lawsuit filed by Florida over Georgia's water consumption in the shared river basin that includes Lake Lanier.
ATLANTA - Georgia voters heard familiar arguments in the final U.S. Senate debate before polls open, with Republican David Perdue repeatedly trying to tie Michelle Nunn to President Barack Obama and Nunn countering that Perdue is intent on continuing the dysfunction he blames on Democrats.
No one wants to wait in line at the Department of Driver Services.
With Halloween in the rearview mirror, the Hall County Sheriff's Office is now gearing up for the holidays with a Christmas bicycle collection fund.
Students in three University of North Georgia courses will get their textbooks free in electronic format thanks to a grant from Affordable Learning Georgia, a University System of Georgia initiative to provide affordable textbooks.
New roadways often get the most public attention, but keeping the pavement that's now in place safe for motorists is another huge, expensive battle for governments - one they can hardly ignore.
The state seems to want to please the public when it comes to the controversial Common Core education standards.
Christmas officially came to North Georgia on Saturday when BabyLand General Hospital kicked off its 36th annual Appalachian Christmas Celebration.
An Internet-based farmers market was awarded a grant Wednesday to help get the word out and expand in Gainesville.
Just over a week ago, churches, businesses and schools gathered to thank local veterans for their service in celebration of Veterans Day.
A few days after shivering through January-like cold, Northeast Georgians now are looking at a Sunday of springlike rain.
Gainesville has set a new record this year for the number of home permits issued, according to Community Development Director Rusty Ligon.
While the plan has been downsized, city officials and many members of the local community believe a better project is now in the works to build five homes on land between Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Mill Street in Gainesville.
High school students don't usually wear dresses and heels or shirts and ties to school.
One of the men charged in a Gainesville shooting June 5 pleaded not guilty in a Thursday arraignment.
The family of a missing Gainesville man is offering a reward for any information into his disappearance.
A Gainesville homeless man accused of killing another homeless man and assaulting others pleaded not guilty at a Thursday arraignment.
Georgia residents are in luck this holiday season, as gas prices hang well below $3 just in time for family travels.
Parents, teachers, superintendents and state legislators are warily supportive of Common Core standards.
A family-filled event included kiddie train rides and free horse-drawn carriage rides with the evening culminating in the lighting of the Main Street Market's Holiday Chicken, which sits atop the building. This year's lighting was accompanied by a sound and light show by Deb and Don Harkrider. Adults could also marvel at the beautifully lit trees adorning the square. Stores on the square decorated for the season and extended their hours, allowing shoppers extra time to find and purchase Christmas gifts.