A suspicious object found Wednesday afternoon on Broad Street prompted an evacuation but turned out to not be dangerous, Gainesville Police said.
A chain-reaction crash involving five vehicles Wednesday afternoon on Dawsonville Highway (Ga. 53) near the Forsyth-Hall county line sent three people to area hospitals, authorities said.
Some of Gainesville's most prominent nonprofit organizations will soon receive money to make it through the next year.
Ten years ago, long before the recent "green movement" caught on, the folks at Unicoi State Park were taking a look at how they could reduce waste.
A 22-month-old Flowery Branch boy was honored Tuesday for aiding his grandmother with a 911 call after she was seriously injured.
Swing sets, splash parks and blueways - just a few of the recreation ideas Gainesville residents have on their wish list.
Many local seniors are bracing for yet another Social Security freeze next year.
Water experts working on the Glades Reservoir project answered tough questions from the public and the Hall County Board of Commissioners as they expressed the importance of the reservoir at a special workshop Tuesday morning.
A Lawrenceville man suspected of at least 20 burglaries in Northeast Georgia and possibly others in Kentucky, Alabama and Illinois was arrested Monday night after eluding authorities for three weeks.
Employee retirement benefits could be the first thing to be reinstated as Hall County struggles to peel off austerity measures it started almost three years ago to battle the recession.
Gainesville neighborhoods may see more green space soon.
Hall County Commissioner Ashley Bell is shipping out to Boston on Friday to learn new ways to tackle one of the county's toughest issues - water.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners will host a public meeting on the progress of the Glades Reservoir after its 9 a.m. work session today.
Lee Gilmer Memorial Airport is getting a small facelift this week.
Truett-McConnell College in Cleveland plans a major expansion on its campus, totalling about $8 million.
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School vouchers have long been a policy prize for Republicans, and now the proposal is getting new life on the May 24 primary ballot.
With Joe Amerling's blinker flashing toward the black-and-gold Lenox Park sign at the subdivision entrance, any drug dealer knows that entrance is also the ...
The Rock in the Spring concert at Grove Street Station benefited the Challenged Child and Friends organization. All proceed go to pay for students' supplies ...
Why not delay construction of a new building for Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy, Nate Early asked in two "brainstorming" sessions Saturday at the school.
Canoe and kayak teams from all over the United States met over the weekend at Lake Lanier Olympic Park to compete for a chance to ...
April showers will carry into May as rainy weather and possible thunderstorms are forecast throughout the weekend.
Gainesville again showed why it's called "poultry capital of the world" Saturday at the 12th annual Spring Chicken Festival.
If the Atlanta Regional Commission's projections come true, Hall County's population will grow dramatically over the next 25 years.
A major month of events is underway at the Lake Lanier Olympic Park, starting with the U.S. canoe and kayak team trials that began ...
A salesman, an engineer and a civic club member came together at the right time, the three said, and a new Northeast Georgia SCORE chapter ...
A popular retail store on the Gainesville square with a mission to stop human trafficking is growing its reach in North Georgia.
What began as a child's question about other children without toys remaining in the Belize orphanage from which she was adopted has become an ...
A Buford man charged with shooting another man in his leg and jaw last year is seeking immunity, claiming he was justified to do so.
One of two survivors of a car crash that killed four University of Georgia students earlier this week remained in critical condition Friday, a hospital ...
A man whose body was pulled from Lake Lanier on Thursday afternoon had no obvious signs of trauma, authorities said.
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