The latest delay of a draft environmental impact statement for the proposed Glades Reservoir will likely cost Hall County hundreds of thousands of dollars.
The Gainesville Police Department is searching for a second man alleged to be involved in a June shooting on West Avenue in Gainesville.
Churchgoers in Gainesville remain divided about the state's sweeping new gun law that took effect July 1.
The holiday weekend ended quietly Sunday in Northeast Georgia with no drownings or boating fatalities.
The Times and gainesvilletimes.com are asking local residents for their help in shaping local media coverage of the future.
In the debate leading to the Hall County Board of Commissioners approving a $90.27 million spending plan for the 2015 fiscal year last month, little attention was given to how much unfunded state mandates would impact the budget.
The Gainesville City Council soon will start swapping out papers and instead swipe tablets in their meetings.
More vendors will be available for health care coverage of state employees, retirees and dependents, including teachers and school system employees, for the 2015 plan year.
We are smack in the middle of summer - a time when keeping cool is the main objective for most of us.
Gainesville and Hall County firefighters battled a debris blaze Sunday afternoon at the Gainesville Waste and Recycling yard on Old County Dump Road.
The larger a number is, the less meaning it sometimes seems to carry.
A Forsyth County man who was convicted in 2012 of reckless conduct after biting three 8-year-old girls has been arrested for violating his probation.
Running from Rainey Street near Gainesville High School to E.E. Butler Parkway near Queen City Parkway, West Avenue cuts a central, connecting vein through the heart of Gainesville.
The physical and mental wounds from combat are David Godfrey's enemy today, nearly four decades after his part in the Vietnam War ended.
BY JEFF GILL
The construction of Milton Martin Toyota Way continues, as the company plans a September groundbreaking ceremony.
The fire truck involved in a July 22 incident that injured three Hall County firefighters was sold by the fire department that owned it previously because of mechanical problems.
At all Hall County and Gainesville schools in which mathematics II End of Course Tests scores were reported this year, the percentage of students to exceed the standard is zero.
The owner of the rolling car that injured four children Sunday has retained an attorney, who said Wednesday evening the owner "intends to fight the charges to the fullest extent allowed by the law."
BUFORD - Area government and utility leaders appeared to be leaning Wednesday toward state environmental officials taking the lead in developing a water quality plan for Lake Lanier.
Brenau University has appointed Dina McDade Hewett of Gainesville as director of its School of Nursing.
Five workers at the Forsyth County Water Reclamation Facility on Carolene Way in Cumming were hospitalized just after 2 p.m. Tuesday after being exposed to sodium hydroxide, according to Forsyth County Fire Department Division Chief Jason Shivers.
Flowery Branch has hit a delay in its much-needed Spring Street bridge project.
The Brenau University Learning and Leisure Institute, a program that offers nondegree courses and activities to adults, is adapting after a member survey showed a need for more flexible pricing and scheduling.
When the Hall County Board of Commissioners approved its 2015 fiscal year budget in June, the spending plan included a 3 percent cost-of-living raise for full-time county workers and called for no furlough days.
Running a red light with a broken taillight led to a Stone Mountain man's arrest in Hall County on eight other drug, weapons and theft charges.
Expect traffic delays today on Ga. 53/Dawsonville Highway as filming for a movie, "Goosebumps," starring Jack Black, takes place in Hall, Forsyth and Jackson counties.
The owner of the rolling vehicle that injured four children Sunday is out on bond, while three of the children are believed to be released from the hospital.
Main Street/Ga. 284 in Clermont will be partially closed as the Georgia Department of Transportation replaces a damaged drainage pipe.