The Gainesville city school system may not reach its goal of eliminating a remaining $780,000 deficit if the state continues to hack away at public school funds.
Winter's cold grip just won't let go.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for nearly all of North Georgia, and forecasters now say the region could see between 1 and 3 inches of snow tonight and tomorrow.
Water service will be interrupted in Gainesville today for residences on Terry Street, Jackie Street, Township Drive, Candlestick Lane, Shawnee Drive, Covey Terrace, Vista Brook Drive and Vista Brook Lane between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. today.
By the time he got to New Orleans, Paul Leslie was bone-tired and his legs felt like rubber bands, but he did what he set out to do.
Longtime Gainesville broadcaster A.O. "Red" Healan was featured on country music's biggest stage Saturday night.
If you wish that old busted appliance in your basement would just disappear, then Hall County has a deal for you.
At first glance, the Center for Innovation for Manufacturing Excellence just seems like a place with really cool toys.
The children didn't have to be told twice they could explore the new dairy exhibit at Gainesville's Interactive Neighborhood for Kids.
Three zoning items, two of which have incensed neighboring property owners, will be decided Tuesday by the Gainesville City Council.
The Forsyth County Board of Commissioners is expected to go to Atlanta this week in an effort to end the fight for Bethel Park.
Harold Martin had two things motivating him when he stood on the hillside with his 8 mm camera.
When she started, her ideas were radical.
If an Augusta group gets its way, we might salute the trucks that head down local streets taking our state bird to its final destination.
Local residents loosened their belts for a good cause Saturday at the 85th annual Wauka Mountain Chicken Pie Supper.
Hall County Board of Education members rolled out plans for repairing schools and completing projects at a retreat Saturday, but whether funds will be there to see them through still was in question.
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It was the Fourth of July, and Joel Porter and his friends decided to shoot off some of the new fireworks only recently allowed to ...
Sawnee Electric Membership Corporation announced Monday a change that should lower bills for most of its customers through the end of the year.
The Northeast Georgia History Center is honoring three area businessmen as "local legacies" in its annual Taste of History Luncheon.
Father's Day meant revenge for Saul Castillo. It was a day 31 years in the making.
The wording of a referendum on a one-cent sales tax that could raise as much as $195 million is being reviewed by the local school ...
Hall County employees will soon be paying higher co-pays and premiums for health care coverage, with some increases designed to drive workers to use the ...
André Cheek announced Monday that she is joining the race for the Gainesville City Council Ward 3 seat currently held by Myrtle Figueras.
Willie Glenn rolls up to the curb in his electric wheelchair, glad to escape the "war zone" of construction that has enveloped his home in ...
A common sight in Europe, roundabouts are catching on in the Hall County area as a way to move traffic and ease congestion.
Two former Hall County Sheriff's Office employees will have sentencing hearings in federal court next month.
Barbara Brooks has announced her candidacy for the Gainesville City Council Ward 3 seat currently held by Myrtle Figueras.
State Rep. Brooks Coleman, R-Duluth, was recognized recently for his efforts to help Georgians receive their high school diploma.
A new institute at the University of North Georgia will support the nation's future military leaders.
Juniors and seniors from Hall County and across North Georgia interested in attending the University of Georgia or Georgia Tech can stop by Lakeview Academy ...
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