Savia Walker is in a bind.
A medical mission trip to Uganda changed the course of Michelle Prater's career.
As the Lake Lanier Association approaches its 27th annual Shore Sweep on Sept. 26, the group has a new tool in its arsenal for ridding the lake's shores of trash: a cellphone app.
A jury heard Tuesday morning two versions of a West Avenue drug deal turned deadly as attorneys delivered opening statements in Superior Court.
Seventh-graders from North Hall Middle School spent their Tuesday morning asking questions and taking notes alongside tigers, bears and cockatoos.
Dual enrollment isn't always an option for those high school students who don't have access to a car.
Gainesville City Council voted 4-2 Tuesday to approve a property tax increase to pay off debt and support local parks.
Oakwood is proposing to keep its 2016 tax rate the same as it is this year, but that still means higher taxes for those who have seen property values rise through reassessment.
FBI agents believe a suspect from a Dawsonville jewelry store robbery in August are connected to similar robberies in Panama City Beach, Fla., and Bluffton, S.C.
A Gainesville man is accused of walking around Raven Street on Friday while carrying a revolver and a gold badge, according to authorities.
A Gainesville man will begin his trial today in Superior Court regarding the 2014 death of a man on West Avenue.
Kathryn Stockett, author of "The Help," will speak and hold a book signing at 7 p.m. today in the Lanier Technical College Forsyth Conference Center, 3410 Ronald Reagan Blvd., Cumming.
A Decatur man's committal hearing regarding accusations by Hall County authorities about a shooting at Lake Lanier was postponed Monday.
A Lego exhibit will open Saturday at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, A Smithgall Woodland Legacy, in Gainesville and run through Jan. 3.
Oakwood became the second South Hall County city this month to pass an ordinance cracking down on "aggressive" panhandling and people regularly camping out in public places, such as streets and sidewalks.
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No injuries have been reported, but many area residents are dealing with the aftermath of heavy rains that raked North Georgia this weekend.
In the early 1970s, Gus and Janelle Whalen made their first trip to Milton Martin Toyota, then located in downtown Gainesville, to buy a car.
At a Gainesville City Council meeting last month, political organizer Jerry Gonzalez ran down the racial demographics of local government personnel, comparing those figures with ...
Hall County governments have found a new, potential cash source to help fund road projects - the Georgia Transportation Infrastructure Bank.
It's not easy for parents to watch their children struggle with school work.
It's been rumored for some time that a Dunkin' Donuts would pop up on Thompson Bridge Road in Gainesville, and that speculation might soon ...
Eddie Staub couldn't fully picture it at the time, but need drives vision.
All clad in weather appropriate rain gear, Kelsey Payne, a Brenau University student from Chattanooga and several out-of-town guests left Dress Up with their hands ...
Brenau University alumnae and families of students braved wet weather Saturday to attend Homecoming and Family Weekend at the Gainesville university.
As the Petit Le Mans wraps up today and fans prepare for a rainy finish to the four-day event, officials chimed in on the economic ...
For many residential property owners, homeowners' associations are like a tetanus shot required after stepping on a nail. They serve a purpose, but can sting ...
Hall County Commissioner Billy Powell had a near brush with death when he stepped on top of a coiled red diamond rattlesnake while on an ...
Many children don't have access to quality swimming lessons. Fewer get a chance to take Taekwondo.
A woman transported to the hospital from a car wreck Friday died from a heart attack at the hospital, authorities said.
Part of Sardis Road closed Friday afternoon after it was washed out during heavy rains.
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