The meaning of Memorial Day became real Sunday for Billy Hendrix when he was setting up for Monday's memorial service at Memorial Park Funeral Home.
The design has been selected, now the Appalachian Trail Conservancy is looking for 1,000 to apply for the Appalachian Trail specialty plate.
Hall County jailer remains hospitalized at Northeast Georgia Medical Center with several broken facial bones after being assaulted by an inmate Saturday morning at the jail, according to a sheriff's office spokesman.
There is a new section in the Gainesville High School library boasting books written only by Gainesville High alumni.
If a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down, then an afternoon of fun is sure to make learning enjoyable for everyone.
If you enjoyed the light rain that lingered over the area this past weekend, then you're going to like this week's forecast.
Two employees of the Geren Carnival were arrested after police said they made a homemade chemical explosive device at the site of the carnival in the Lakeshore Mall parking lot.
According to a news release, Gainesville Police officers went to the mall parking lot at 3:46 a.m. Monday after receiving a call about a suspicious item near the carnival.
Seven people have died as result of vehicle crashes this Memorial Day weekend, according to the Georgia Department of Public Safety.
There are various events planned for today's Memorial Day holiday to honor the sacrifices made by the men and women of the armed forces.
Sammy Burson Jr. never knew his grandfather and his father spoke little about his time in Vietnam War, but their military service isn't lost on the Gainesville man.
The U.S. Army has awarded Oakwood City Manager Stan Brown, a U.S. Air Force reservist currently serving in Iraq, with the Bronze Star Medal.
"He gave his life for his country. To him we trust a place is given Among the saints in Heaven."
Editors note: To protect their anonymity, only first names have been used for some of the people in this story.
Gainesville's new Assistant City Manager Angela Sheppard is a local.
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As class resumes in Hall County next week, school leaders are seeking more flexibility from state rules.
At age 2, Damon Gaddis is graduating. And his family is ecstatic.
There is a certain trust that comes with workers' compensation claims.
Emilie Angle struggles to speak and her movements are dictated by the effects of mitochondrial disease, a genetic disorder that is both progressive and incurable.
Step inside the little building behind Johnny's BBQ and you'll find yourself squinting through a dense, hickory-flavored fog. There's a rotisserie oven ...
Paddling the circumference of Lake Lanier - roughly 350 accessible miles in total - Dana Richardson has seen a lot of water and a lot of parks.
Teenagers of Generation Inspiration came together Saturday morning at the Beulah Rucker Museum to ask Gainesville's government and law enforcement officials some tough questions ...
Armed residents have taken to guarding military recruitment centers across the nation, including in Gainesville, after a deadly attack on Marines at a recruiting office ...
"Mama! Mama! How was that?"
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Hall County offer kids a safe, structured place to go after school. But some kids have trouble getting there.
Looking out over the front pews with 16 Drug Court graduates, Superior Court Judge Jason Deal congratulated the group for passing the arduous program akin ...
Gray leather couches were scattered around the interior of a customized motor home as water poured out every nook and cranny.
A raccoon in the Cool Springs Road area of northwest Hall County had rabies, the Georgia Public Health Lab in Decatur confirmed Friday.
A new Wendy's is coming to Braselton as part of the company's "brand transformation."
The skating rink will skin your knees.
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