Local employers and their insured employees are not likely to be affected by Monday's Supreme Court decision on contraception coverage because most employers already provide contraception and other preventive care under their existing insurance plans.
The Gainesville City Council will approve board members for the new Convention and Visitors Bureau when it meets tonight.
Gas prices have crept up just in time for July Fourth festivities and travel, with prices the highest they've been since 2008.
The future of a downtown Flowery Branch home is in flux while city officials decide how to proceed.
A grandmother has been charged with kidnapping after Hall County Sheriff's officials say she took her three grandchildren Sunday.
Five Georgians were injured - two seriously - in a wreck Monday afternoon on Candler Highway at Bolman Road.
A Gainesville man and woman along with three children were killed in a two-vehicle crash late Monday morning on Athens Highway at Oak Grove Road, according to Georgia State Patrol officials.
Have voter identification laws helped stamp out fraud and other polling irregularities, or were there never such problems to begin with?
A 100-bed hospital rising from the ground next door to his neighborhood has Carroll Humphries excited, but the Village at Deaton Creek resident also views the development and others to come off the new Ga. 347 in South Hall County as a "mixed blessing."
The Chattahoochee Park pavilion has a colorful history, but its present-day operations have been lively as well.
Four Hall County charter schools may not have their charters renewed due to confusion over state law governing control of charter school budgets.
The Georgia Department of Education is launching its redesigned website today.
Green Street's old gas station, Lee's Pure Oil Service Station, is approaching the finishing touches of its renovation, the Oxley Group consulting firm said Friday.
It took a tie-breaking vote by the mayor, but Lula City Council approved 3-2 Tony McGuire's request to change zoning from highway business to light industrial on 17 acres in the Mountain View Industrial Park.
Hoping to cut costs and streamline services, the Hall County Board of Commissioners is prepared to select a new company to manage employee retirement plans when it meets Thursday.
Troy Wheeler dipped the wings of his bright yellow Piper Cub seaplane toward Lake Lanier as he circled back toward Lee Gilmer Memorial Airport in Gainesville.
Counseling for veterans will be available 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. July 31 as the Mobile Vet Center visits the Georgia Department of Labor's Habersham Career Center at 205 Hodges St., Cornelia.
A caucus will be held at 10 a.m. at the Hall County Democratic Party Headquarters, 1011-1021 Athens St., Gainesville, to elect delegates to the Georgia Democratic Convention.
Training is Aug. 12 for those interested in becoming court-appointed special advocates in the Northeastern Judicial Circuit covering Hall and Dawson counties.
Gainesville schools have begun implementing their new strategic plan, and that plan is all about putting district goals in action.
A pregnant Hall County woman was heading home from a Ga. 365 convenience store when she was struck and killed by a motorist Sunday night, a Georgia State Patrol trooper said Monday.
Work is moving along in the expansion of the King's Hawaiian plant in Oakwood, an effort that could eventually double employment there.
A planned neighborhood may soon be coming to an area near downtown Flowery Branch with a few modifications from the original plans.
The Hall County Tax Commissioner's Office has slowed its efforts to collect taxes owed on watercraft and personal property due to budget constraints and understaffing.
Despite Gov. Nathan Deal signing a medical amnesty bill three months ago, the new law allowing for immunities on arrests when a person seeks emergency services has not had many noticeable effects in the purview of law enforcement or medical staff.
Accidents in which children die after being left in vehicles are more common than one might think. According to car safety expert Kimberly Martin, more than 40 children died in hot cars in the United States last year alone.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners will likely select a vendor to manage employee retirement accounts this week.
The Gainesville Jaycees sponsor and conduct the military-style camp to instill discipline and teach leadership qualities to a wide ranging group of Hall County middle school boys. Graduation was Sunday at Gainesville Civic Center. Ryan Sawyer, one of the program's main instructors, said "This program is about getting them to grow up and contribute to the community."