Over the weekend, Lowe's store manager Gary McGilvray put four pallets of salt on display when early forecasts called for snow showers today.
Policymakers and agribusiness professionals want to know what the future holds for agriculture in Georgia.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners meets at 6 today for the first time since its explosive special called meeting Jan. 6.
Local groups will start counting the homeless this week, noting where they stay and how they got there.
In an effort to become more connected with its community, the city of Oakwood launched a new Facebook page Friday.
As part of a federal transportation grant, a $906,000 expansion of the Park & Ride parking lot at Interstate 985 and Ga. 20 in Buford is under way.
A Hall County elementary school recently gave parents the option to watch their child's spelling bee via cell phone.
A Gainesville physician has become one of a small group to receive board certification for a newly recognized speciality of cardiology.
On Saturday, Tricia Pridemore was host to a Hall County launch party for her campaign to become chairwoman of the Georgia Republican Party.
With two new commissioners came a slew of changes that have left many wondering what will happen to Hall County next.
A quick Saturday drive through the parking lot at the North Georgia Premium Outlets reveals a trend: at least 1 out of every 10 cars is from Hall County. At the Mall of Georgia, it's a similar scene.
Lori Koser, 51, has trouble sleeping. But that's not her fault; it's her husband's.
After a week off due to snow, local school leaders have now spent a week wrestling with just how to make up those lost days.
Local governments have a slate of road projects they're planning to put into gear in 2011.
Area students put their trade skills to the test Thursday - from creating a logo for a new product to operating a small printing press.
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The goodwill of local nonprofits, shelters and missions may be up to the task of supporting the area's homeless, but meeting the need on ...
A 75-acre subdivision is being proposed near Lake Lanier in West Hall.
Leah Nelson, a media veteran with nearly 30 years of experience, has been named the advertising director for The Times.
Many health insurance companies offer incentives to keep their clients healthier. Conditioned Air Systems Inc. in Gainesville has taken this idea to another level.
This election season, Democrat Michelle Jones will give incumbent Republican Emory Dunahoo his first challenge in State House District 30, which represents areas of South ...
"It's all about saving lives out here."
Losing custody of her 2-year-old son Lincoln is what Lindsey Elrod describes as the "worst thing I had ever experienced."
Do you have a tiny superhero or princess in your family who needs a costume for Halloween, or an empty wall in your home that ...
A referendum that would allow the state to take over failing schools doesn't get much attention in local schools, according to principals and superintendents.
It's hard to imagine living without one of our five senses to navigate the world. But for many, a life without sight or hearing ...
A showdown in the square used to mean something very specific. Typically, it involved gruff leather clad men, drawn guns and squabbles settled by a ...
Who's on the ballot
An upcoming Netflix series will shoot a scene at a Flowery Branch barbecue restaurant in the coming weeks.
Leigh Corley has opened a pediatric therapy clinic in Clermont after nearly 20 years of working with children mostly in their homes.
As the local and regional real estate market continues to steady itself following the economic recession, one glaring problem remains in Hall County: the need ...
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