OAKWOOD - Last week, after six months in a war zone, Oakwood City Manager Stan Brown was trying to reorient himself to a construction zone.
CUMMING - The Forsyth County commission intends to buy Lanierland and turn the former country music venue into a community park.
More than 300,000 Georgia residents are still waiting to receive their state tax refunds. The long wait could mean more money for some.
A woman remained on life support Sunday night in a local hospital after failing to resurface while swimming Sunday afternoon in Lake Lanier.
The Jackson County Engineering Department will hold a public information open house concerning the John B. Brooks Road improvement project from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday.
HOSCHTON - A petition circulated by Hoschton residents to secure a vote to change the city's charter might receive some clarity tonight.
When he enrolled in the University of Florida's environmental engineering program, Kelly Randall had tree-hugging in mind.
Last week, government experts recommended reducing the maximum dose of Tylenol and other acetaminophen drugs, a move that local health officials applaud.
JEFFERSON - In the face of state budget cuts and lower Local Option Sales Tax collections, Jefferson city and education officials have found other ways to bring in additional revenue.
Two people who were part of a family swimming in Lake Lanier this afternoon have been taken to separate hospitals after they failed to resurface.
One of the victims is a 24-year-old woman, who has been taken to Northeast Georgia Medical Center and is in critical condition, said David Kimbrell, Hall County fire chief.
Collections for SPLOST V ended this week and Hall County Purchasing Manager Tim Sims said it's not likely that the county will collect the money it had hoped for.
Sherri Brooks spends most of her nights worrying about how she is going to pay her bills. She spends her weekends selling her belongings.
More than 230 years after America's forefathers penned the Declaration of Independence, thousands of North Georgians descended on Lake Lanier Saturday to watch the rockets' red glare and celebrate the nation's freedom.
JEFFERSON - Officials with an advocacy group for children have noticed an unfortunate trend: Their funding continues to decline as the economy worsens, while their case loads steadily increase.
In the first nine years of Lake Sidney Lanier's existence, 60 people lost their lives in the waters of the man-made lake.
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After an extensive manhunt, area authorities have captured a Buford man they called "armed and dangerous" after they tried to pull him over last week ...
Agents seized more than $11,000 in meth and arrested four local residents this week as part of a drug investigation that also netted Alprazolam ...
The unemployment rate in the metro Gainesville area rose to 5.3 percent in June from 5.1 percent the month before. It's down ...
Mitch Davis, a North Hall High School agriculture teacher, became a student again for the summer.
It's all happened so fast, faster than some could have believed just the other day.
A Gainesville man accused by authorities of fatally shooting another man at a soccer game in 2013 will have his mental competency for trial re-evaluated ...
The North Georgia Job Fair will feature 38 employers on-site at Free Chapel, 3001 McEver Road in Gainesville, from 10 a.m. to 2 p ...
A Winder man was indicted July 13 for allegedly selling fentanyl to his friend who later overdosed, according to authorities.
A man received a life prison sentence Wednesday afternoon in a felony murder case involving another man's head being hit into a guardrail.
Tesnatee Gap Valley Road reopened at Ga. 115 in Cleveland on Wednesday, six days ahead of schedule, as part of work on the Appalachian Parkway.
A federal grand jury has indicted a Habersham County deputy sheriff on charges of falsifying information to obtain and execute a "no-knock" search warrant for ...
The International Ballet Gala Performance will be held Friday at the Brenau Downtown Center Theatre.
Gainesville Police Sgt. Jim Von Essen lobbed his keys, a wallet and a plastic shotgun shell into high grass.
A meeting to talk about plans and ideas for the newly dubbed "Highlands to Islands" trail could take place in August.
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