Normally, people only go to the hospital if they have to.
The influence of local political parties tends to ebb and flow with the election cycles.
About 60 employers will be hiring and hundreds of job seekers are expected to attend an annual job fair and career expo Thursday at the Gainesville Civic Center.
In time for Memorial Day, Hall County Fire Services will have a new 23-foot rescue boat.
Gainesville High School's yearbook, "The Radiator," recently received national recognition for excellence in design.
ATLANTA - Georgia lawmakers are set to adjourn the 2015 session at midnight on Thursday, leaving only two working days left for the year and plenty to accomplish.
Educators from around North Georgia met Saturday for the Georgia Science Teachers Association District II ELIPSE (Experiential Learning and Inquiry for Physical Science Educators) Conference held on the University of North Georgia Gainesville campus.
Northeast Georgia Medical Center Braselton is making an economic impression on its surrounding area, even before it opens Wednesday.
For fans of the TV crime procedural, each episode's case is wrapped up with a neat bow in 60 minutes.
The owner, site director and an employee at a former Clermont day care were indicted Thursday on charges connected to a toddler who was burned on the premises last summer.
Gainesville Public Utilities Director Kelly Randall is recommending no increase in water and sewer rates next year as sales and revenues outperform expectations.
Though the weather was a bit cool even for late March, local residents found plenty of ways to enjoy a spring Saturday in the area.
Put simply, Byronica Banks is a remarkable college student.
It still doesn't seem real to Erbey Rebollar and the family business at Taxi El Palmar.
The inaugural Glow In The Dark Easter egg hunt took place Friday at Laurel Park.
The Gainesville City School Board meeting Monday had a larger-than-average crowd, when a number of residents came to express support for Wayne Vickery.
The University of North Georgia plans to open an instructional site in Blue Ridge this fall.
A North Carolina man was arrested Sunday on suspicion of driving under the influence after a hit-and-run collision with a Banks County Sheriff's Office patrol car on Interstate 85 near Homer.
To University of North Georgia students at the Dahlonega campus, fear not: Someone in a Ronald Reagan mask lurking in the bushes is simply a professor doing research about birds.
Hall County and much of Northeast Georgia is under a tornado watch until 8 p.m.
The North Georgia Veteran's Outreach Center will host a rally Wednesday afternoon in the downtown Gainesville square to raise awareness about suicide among military veterans.
All of the Georgia Supreme Court justices ruled to uphold a Hall County man's murder conviction and life sentence, which stem from a 2008 shooting.
Hall County has now mailed residential, commercial, industrial and agriculture property tax assessments, but most land and building owners will not see any change in valuation this year.
With restaurants, auto mechanics and small retail shops - among many others - already operating along Atlanta Highway in Gainesville, the busy thoroughfare crossing between predominantly Latino neighborhoods is one of the most diverse business districts in all of Hall County.
A bill requiring boat titles never left the Georgia House in the recently ended legislative session, but the issue won't drop off the radar for lake advocates.
The Georgia Department of Labor is holding a resource and career expo for veterans and other job seekers this Thursday in Cornelia.
For the past 10 years Jeff McWaters has attended the annual Bear on the Square Mountain Festival, which was held on the historic Dahlonega square over the weekend. The two-day festival was rain-or-shine, and this year vendors and visitors had the chance to experience both.
Gainesville City Schools Superintendent Wanda Creel will be working with Chris Griner again.
Area churches gathered Sunday to put their faith into action by pouring out and packaging some 30,000 meals as part of a global feeding ministry.
The North Georgia Community Foundation is accepting applications for its 2015 Community Impact Grants.