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Co-founder of Betty's Country Store in Helen died Sunday

Betty Fain was known for her country store, now a downtown Helen institution, but she was remembered for being a caregiver.

January 03, 2011 | Shannon Casas | Local


Church unveils street sign honoring longtime preacher, school chief

New Holland Baptist Church has on its property a couple of memorials to the late Henry Grady Jarrard, including a Hammond organ dedicated in his memory in October 1973, after his passing.

January 03, 2011 | Jeff Gill | Local


Woman’s death remains mystery after 31 years

Hall County sheriff's investigators are asking for help to solve a murder mystery that happened more than 30 years ago.

January 03, 2011 | Carolyn Crist | Local


Holiday ends quietly after one area death, Saturday deluge

Another holiday season is in the books, this one was marred by a fatal South Hall wreck and a soggy New Year's Day.

January 02, 2011 | Jeff Gill | Local


City implements changes to trash pickup

Gainesville's trash pickup changes start today, and officials want to help the transition run smoothly.

January 02, 2011 | Carolyn Crist | Local


Library, park top year’s 1st agenda for commission

Hall County commissioners will start off the new year with a bang Thursday, taking a likely vote to move the North Hall library from Nopone Road to the town of Clermont.

January 02, 2011 | Melissa Weinman | Local


Library programs touch on varied topics

The library is for more than books and quiet reading.

January 02, 2011 | Elizabeth Burlingame | Local


Inaugural day of service to begin in Gainesville

Community service projects are scheduled to begin across the state Saturday as the lead-off to Gov.-elect Nathan Deal's swearing-in ceremony Jan. 10.

January 02, 2011 | Elizabeth Burlingame | Local


Regional roads group meets this week

As a road paver for the Hall County government, Jerry Neace said he is familiar with regional transportation issues.

January 02, 2011 | Jeff Gill | Local


Schools find new way to track homeless students

They may sleep in hotels, shelters or on the sofas of friends or relatives.

January 02, 2011 | Elizabeth Burlingame | Local


New state laws affect taxes, roads

The start of 2011 will usher in several new state laws.

January 02, 2011 | Melissa Weinman | Local


‘Mall doctor’ takes on Lakeshore’s renewal

Debbie Overholt calls herself "the mall doctor."

January 01, 2011 | Tricia L. Nadolny | Local


'Polar Bears' start 2011 with a cold plunge

A cool, rainy day in January is not the ideal time to take a dive into Lake Lanier, you would think.

January 01, 2011 | Lauren Blais | Local


Year’s first baby delayed a bit – by pizza

Salvador Zuniga wasn't thinking about the time when he and his wife drove to the hospital around 9:30 p.m. Friday.

They'd just eaten a late pizza dinner and planned to suffer through Maria Louisa Zuniga's initial labor contractions at home as long as possible.

January 01, 2011 | Erin Rossiter | Local


New year gets off to soggy start in North Ga.

More than an inch of rain fell in the Gainesville area Saturday as the vertical line of storms stretching throughout the U.S. cut its way to the East Coast.

January 01, 2011 | From staff reports | Local


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Gainesville senior chases passion for Chinese

Ivy Gerrell found her passion by accident.

May 21, 2017 | Hailey Van Parys | Local


An Odyssey of imagination: Hall students bring creativity, science and drama to world competition

With their a team of gypsies, a smart house trying to communicate with Martians, a balsa wood structure that can hold nearly 1,100 pounds ...

May 21, 2017 | Norm Cannada | Local


Developer turns attention to Gainesville square project

Gazing from the top level of the downtown parking deck, developer Tim Knight had a clear view of the Gainesville square and his ambitious plans ...

May 21, 2017 | Jeff Gill | Local


Gainesville cracks down on shoddy housing

A crackdown on poor living conditions by the city of Gainesville has an untold number of tenants scrambling to find another affordable place to live.

May 21, 2017 | Carlos Galarza | Local


GOP chairman hopefuls make their pitch

The Georgia Republican Party took a beating on Saturday from the men running to lead it.

May 20, 2017 | Nick Bowman | Local


Child hospitalized after near drowning in North Forsyth pool

May 20, 2017 | By Isabel Hughes Isabel Hughes@ForsythNews | Local


Healan's/Head's Mill backers celebrate first phase of restoration

Friends and family of historic Healan's/Head's Mill gathered at the mill Saturday night as part of their Bows and Boots fundraiser to ...

May 20, 2017 | Katie Tiller | Local


Lakeview Academy celebrates Class of 2017

Lakeview Academy graduating class of 2017 was all smiles as they got their diplomas Saturday afternoon at First Baptist Church in Gainesville.

May 20, 2017 | Times staff reports | Local


No injuries reported from morning house fire in Gainesville

No one was hurt in a fire that destroyed a home Saturday morning in Gainesville.

May 20, 2017 | Times staff reports | Local


Architect Jacobs, designer of familiar Gainesville buildings, dies at age 93

Prominent Gainesville architect N.A. Jacobs Jr. died Saturday at age 93.

May 20, 2017 | Times staff reports | Local


South Hall mobile home burns; no one injured

Firefighters responded to a residential fire in the 5100 block of Woodmont Place off Stoneridge Drive in south Hall County late Friday night.

May 20, 2017 | Times Staff Reports | Local


City employees grow scholarship program

A small idea is reaping big rewards for city of Gainesville employees and their children.

May 20, 2017 | Carlos Galarza | Local


Marine graduates from Gainesville High — 40 years later

While his friends and classmates were wearing caps and gowns and receiving high school diplomas on graduation day 1977 at Gainesville High School, David Dukes ...

May 20, 2017 | Norm Cannada | Local


Latino conservative finds home in local GOP

Republican leaders in Hall County have opened their doors to a 43-year-old Latino they hope will help attract area Hispanics to the Grand Old Party.

May 20, 2017 | Carlos Galarza | Local


South Hall school redistricting to be hot topic at Tuesday public hearing

Residents will have a chance to voice their opinions on a school redistricting proposal in South Hall directly to officials and the school board at ...

May 20, 2017 | Norm Cannada | Local


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