The Gainesville school board tentatively adopted a modest reduction to the property tax rate Tuesday, lowering the millage rate for fiscal 2011 to 7.39, down from 7.41.
Labor Day weekend brought Gainesville its coolest weather since May 20. However, there could be just a couple more weeks of temperatures in the 90s this year, a National Weather Service forecaster predicts.
Thomas Jacob "T.J." Pattillo had an uplifting glow about him that attracted tons of friends and acquaintances.
The Northeast Georgia Medical Center has the green light to move forward with a hospital in South Hall after a ruling by the Georgia Supreme Court on Tuesday.
One of the area's busiest thoroughfares, Ga. 20/Buford Drive, is about to get a new blast of asphalt.
California-based King's Hawaiian plans to start up a bakery and distribution operation in Oakwood, with plans to create 126 new jobs over two years and then an additional 100 jobs around 2015.
Authorities aren't saying which of the four teenage suspects they have in custody shot and killed a Cumming grocery store security guard Sunday night.
Gainesville City Council members and Hall County commissioners are trying to take another step in determining Cedar Creek Reservoir ownership.
The Ga. 53/Dawsonville Highway bridge from Hall into Forsyth County is set for a partial closing Thursday in preparation for eight weekends of full bridge closings this fall.
A bicyclist who was struck and killed by a vehicle in Gainesville Saturday has been identified by county coroner's officials as T.J. Patillo, 31, of the South Hall County area.
For the uninitiated, a glass of Fat Boy Red may not sound too appealing, but the customers of Three Sisters Vineyards have made it a best seller.
OAKWOOD - First, he walked. Now, Paul Leslie's planning to run.
The Oaks, located just off of Atlanta Highway in Gainesville, will soon be home to a number of new businesses, including a fine-dining restaurant, design company and a gift shop.
Several Gainesville community members are coming together to build a new place for women and their children.
Monday was a bittersweet day for many folks.
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Two people were robbed in a Waffle House parking lot Monday morning, police said.
Arbendette Van quit her job of nearly 25 years to follow her passion: early childhood education.
Several big-name conservation organizations are seeking to give input to the U.S. Supreme Court battle between Florida and Georgia over water sharing in a ...
Gainesville Fire Department members are kicking off a boot drive this week to raise money for the Georgia Firefighters Burn Foundation.
An uphill battle is nothing new to Russell Rego, but the Hall County resident keeps pushing like the 21-year Marine veteran he is.
The old philosophy of choosing the "lesser of two evils" in the voting booth isn't working for some Hall County residents and students during ...
A North Hall High School junior got "kind of enthralled with the (Korean) culture," her dad said, and she decided she wanted to learn the ...
Leigh Anne Finley started painting and refinishing furniture years ago.
Fall is on the way to North Georgia, and even if it seems the weather hasn't gotten the message, soon it will be time ...
Every town, no matter how small, has its own unique art scene. It might just be one man or woman making painted birdhouses in their ...
Music lovers gathered Saturday night not only to hear great performances but contribute to their community at the 15th annual John Jarrard Benefit Concert Saturday ...
"Making waves to fight cancer" was the order of the morning Saturday as about 500 people joined Swim Across America to raise money for research ...
The annual Friends of Hall County Library used book sale starts today and continues Sunday.
Britlyn Caruso's friends and family call her Sweet B.
Scouting is underway on more than 300 locations for Shore Sweep's trash pickup Sept. 24 in Hall County.
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