OAKWOOD - The Oakwood City Council voted 4-1 Monday night to deny an application for a package store on Atlanta Highway near Cresthill townhomes and apartments.
At least one former state representative wants to be considered as the new 9th District representative on the State Transportation Board following the resignation of Dalton attorney Steve Farrow.
On the first day of school in 1987, when Nancy Smith first started teaching, students were wearing leggings, mohawks and other haircuts inspired by their favorite musical act.
FLOWERY BRANCH - Tyler Tanksley shook his head as he gazed at the traffic building up on Spout Springs Road in South Hall.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Hall County will hold a "Back to School Rally" for teens from 5-6 p.m. Wednesday at the Positive Place Club gym.
Crews now will start work Monday on resurfacing Mount Vernon Road from Thompson Bridge Road to Dahlonega Highway in North Hall.
JEFFERSON - The city of Jefferson has been awarded several federal grants, and the City Council received an update on the expected funds during Monday's meeting.
HOSCHTON - Braselton Mayor Pat Graham will have some local competition for the District 47 state Senate seat now that local businessman Kelley Gary has thrown his hat into the political ring.
Following a potential conflict with a federal housing grant, the Hall County Board of Commissioners discussed how to handle county employees serving on the boards of county-funded agencies.
On Monday, Gainesville and Hall County officials toured the newly renovated Corrections Corporation of America detention center that's ready to receive its first group of immigration detainees any day.
The Gainesville Board of Education agreed Monday to re-enter into an agreement to support a tax allocation district in Gainesville.
Crews now will start work next Monday on resurfacing Mount Vernon Road from Thompson Bridge Road to Dahlonega Highway in North Hall.
A development with more than 1,200 homes proposed in the Price Road area is among items on the agenda for this morning's Hall County Board of Commissioners' work session.
JEFFERSON - Members of the Jefferson Fire Department are planning to burn up the dance floor this weekend.
Jesica Contreras got started on her career path early.
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Georgia will hold its annual back-to-school Sales Tax Holiday this Friday and Saturday.
Challenged Child and Friends has named Joseph "Joey" Tripp its fundraising coordinator.
Independence Bank of Georgia has launched a new website, mobile application and Facebook page.
A former Habersham County Sheriff's Office deputy has pleaded not guilty after she was indicted last week for allegedly giving false information to obtain ...
Jobs seem to be breaking out all over, thanks to industry expansions, new construction and an apparently recharged Hall County economy.
Why didn't she just leave? Why didn't she let police help?
It's still the dog days of summer, but state lawmakers are already anticipating a heated session of the Georgia General Assembly beginning in January ...
A driver passed a truck on Harmony Church Road July 11 and then heard two shots, according to a Hall County Sheriff's Office deputy ...
Advanced Placement scores from the 2014-2015 school year are in for the Hall County School District, and the results varied vastly by subject.
Gainesville officials are looking at ways to ease traffic and congestion for public safety vehicles on some residential streets, including making Hillcrest Avenue and Dyer ...
Three men are accused by the Hall County Sheriff's Office of striking a man in the head and shooting his bull mastiff Sunday, authorities ...
The driver of a logging truck was injured after his vehicle overturned Monday morning on Belton Bridge Road in North Hall County, authorities said.
University of North Georgia graduating seniors will toss their caps Saturday at the Dahlonega campus.
During dark times, retired Lance Cpl. Sean Adams will relive the moments that led to the loss of his legs.
The putrid stench parading through one Latino neighborhood in Gainesville had become too much for local residents to sniff and bear.
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