The state is planning to renovate Georgia's Welcome Centers, including one south of Lavonia off Interstate 85 in Northeast Georgia.
The Gainesville Housing Authority hopes its Bank Bus event on Thursday will help residents with their budgets, financial literacy and computer use.
Increased integration of technology at the Hall County Jail is continuing to make processes more streamlined for inmates and officials.
Rainfall of more than 2 inches was recorded Sunday at Lee Gilmer Memorial Airport in Gainesville, according to the National Weather Service in Peachtree City.
Grading is underway, as expected, for the mid-rise building at ProCare Park, a 23-acre site on Candler Road at Interstate 985.
Four-year-old Edwin Molina smiles sweetly at his teacher as he presses a button on his iPad telling her he'd like to play with toy cars.
Morningside Heights resident the Rev. Eddie Walker said it's hard to get government help when it's for the other side of the railroad tracks.
4 from Gainesville join board of UNG's school of business The University of North Georgia's Mike Cottrell College of Business announced new officers and members of its Business Advisory Council on April 23. The new members, representing a wide range of business expertise and experience, are Ron Bracewell, Counte Cooley, Michael Higley, Mary Norman, Bob Willis, and Joe Wood Jr. Willis, Cooley, Bracewell and Wood all are from Gainesville. The council functions in an advisory ...
When Gov. Nathan Deal signed a criminal reform justice bill Thursday, he described it as "part two" of sweeping criminal justice reform efforts in the state since 2011.
Republicans are struggling to recruit strong U.S. Senate candidates in states where the party has the best chances to reclaim the majority in Washington.
Bearded, uniformed and sharp on details of the general's life, Charlie Weik bore an uncanny resemblance to James Longstreet, the civil war general eponymous with Gainesville history.
If you smelled barbecue, cajun or other flavors coming from the Gainesville Square as you passed by Saturday, and you didn't stop by to see why, then you missed the ninth annual Spring Chicken Festival.
Yellow Creek Road, between Murrayville and the Lumpkin County line, is now the official northern end point of the planned Ga. 60/Thompson Bridge Road widening in North Hall.
A woman awoke to barks the morning of Dec. 30 after strong winds knocked over a heat lamp in a shed approximately 20 feet from her house.
The annual Spring Chicken Festival and parade will close some roads downtown Saturday morning.
A boil water advisory is in effect for those served by Flowery Branch along with 18 homes at the end of Trudy Drive served by Gainesville.
An additional 500 feet of Thompson Road will be closed as part of a Georgia Department of Transportation project to rebuild the road's intersection at Ga. 53 in Dawson County.
Retired Hall County military veterans Stephen McGruder and Johnny Varner hope a new Georgia law will aid them in helping vets seamlessly transition into the civilian workforce.
Whit Carmon was stepping off the bus after delivering his final term paper at the University of Georgia when his phone rang.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Ranger Ken Weiner is still suffering physically from when he was attacked last year at Burton Mill Park.
Early Sunday storms rocked Hall County, leaving heavy flooding, collapsed roads and other damage in its wake.
Concertgoers look over items in a silent auction Saturday night at the Rock in the Spring fundraiser at Brenau University ampitheater. Proceeds benefit the local school Challenged Child and Friends, an early intervention center in Gainesville that provides special needs and typically developing children the opportunity to learn together and from each other. Local musicians Mid Life Crisis played at the event. Local musicians Mid Life Crisis perform Saturday night for the audience at the Brenau ...
Riverside Military Academy welcomed a new addition to its campus Saturday, something it hasn't had since 2005: A home for the school president.
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In anticipation of the summertime increase in lake recreation, the Lake Lanier Association held a Boating Safety Awareness Day Saturday at Lake Lanier Islands resort.
Jennifer Robson sits in front of her laptop computer and scrolls through a list of ads on an adult website, looking for a local woman to call.
To spot victims of sex trafficking, it takes the keen eye of an expert - one like Brian Johnston, assistant special agent in charge of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation's Human Trafficking Unit.
The potential for no left turns on Green Street has raised hackles along the busy, four-lane road, according to one of its most vocal business leaders.
With tears in her eyes, second-grade teacher Maria McConnell says goodbye to her class.