Some Hall County third-graders and sixth-graders soon will get their five minutes of fame.
Residents and business owners in Gainesville will have a chance this morning to hear about changes the City Council plans to make to its rules for adult entertainment businesses.
A 22-year-old Gainesville man was sentenced to 40 years in prison and 30 years of probation Monday after pleading guilty to causing a chain-reaction crash that killed four people in 2008.
When it comes to dining out, for Janie Douglas there's a sheet of paper that carries more weight than an establishment's menu.
The Flowery Branch Police Department is investigating an identity theft case that may stretch across the South and involve an estimated $100,000 in fraudulent credit card use.
Redwine United Methodist Church in South Hall celebrated its 165th anniversary Sunday through members' memories, a homecoming service and a multimedia history presentation.
Classes at Gainesville State College start today, and students have a new way to get around: Route 7 on Red Rabbit.
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There is a two-week gap in Tina Buffington Andrews' final days that police want to fill.
A longtime Gainesville chiropractor who, along with his wife, sold their possessions to become "missionaries to the missionaries" in founding Helping Hands Foreign Missions, died Saturday of malaria. He was 58.
War bride finds her soldier just in time
Gainesville-Hall County had its share of news the week of Aug. 16, 1945, when the now-defunct Gainesville News published its weekly edition.
Although Grady Faulkner jokes that his memory is failing, he still remembers every detail of the day he was wounded in Okinawa, Japan.
The radio news report on Dec. 7, 1941, motivated James R. Parsons into the military.
James Joy remembers the ship, an oil tanker that helped refuel dozens of craft across both the Atlantic and Pacific theaters of World War II.
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The old Wrenched Bicycles shop was tucked into a small, quaint building on Bradford Street, just off the downtown square.
Speakers encouraged students to be a part of the change they hope to see in a Black History Month program Thursday at Flowery Branch High.
A Georgia House panel has approved a bill stating that religious officials don't have to perform same-sex marriages, a protection some believe is already ...
All three Hall County firefighters injured in a July 2014 training incident are no longer employed with Hall County, according to officials.
Officials with the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce said Thursday's Buy Local Safe & Green Expo went well, bringing in more than 300 at the ...
LAUREL, Miss. - An Oakwood-based poultry company says its Laurel, Miss., plant will close its deboning lines and lay off about 500 workers by the end ...
Ed Schrader, president of Brenau University, was named Wednesday to the board of the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities.
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ATLANTA - The Georgia House has approved a bill giving Hope Scholarship recipients more credit for science, technology, engineering and math courses.
Whether you're a fan of the Carolina Panthers or the Denver Broncos or you just love those quirky commercials, there are a number of ...
Piece by piece, officials with Hall County Parks and Leisure are rebuilding a historic log cabin home dating back to the 1840s as an educational ...
A College Park woman working in a Buford prison was the first of more than 80 defendants Wednesday to plead guilty to smuggling drugs into ...
Jack Elrod Jr., a Gainesville native who spent 64 years working on the nationally syndicated outdoor comic "Mark Trail," died Wednesday. He was 91.
Georgia no longer requires the proposed Glades Reservoir in North Hall County to meet the state's water supply needs through 2050, according to the ...
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