It may not be the Olympics, but the Get Gifted gift shop at The Oaks at Lanier Charter Career Academy has gone for gold.
The death of an Oakwood woman has been ruled a homicide following an autopsy by the DeKalb County medical examiner's office.
When snow and ice are in the forecast, more people need the services of the Good News at Noon shelter.
The baseball field at City Park in Gainesville showed the scars of three hastily made barricades, bare paths of dirt in the fresh-fallen snow.
Snow plows and power crews could be out in force this week.
A winter storm warning for Hall and 44 other counties across the state prompted Gov. Nathan Deal to declare a state of emergency Monday in anticipation of heavy snow, sleet and freezing rain.
Northeast Georgia Health System officials don't have to look at blueprints or artist renderings to know how patient rooms at the new Braselton hospital will look - and they certainly won't have to wait until they're in place.
Communities are made better when their members give to each other from their hearts.
An Alpharetta woman has been charged with running a red light on Ga. 365 at Howard Road in Gainesville, after a Sunday wreck that resulted in five people with minor injuries.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners will consider filling four full-time positions related to capital projects and development when it meets Thursday for a regularly scheduled session.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners appears ready to move forward with a vote on a proposed 476-acre mixed-use development in North Hall.
Hall County School District Superintendent Will Schofield has learned over the years how to be an early riser, especially when inclement weather threatens road conditions.
Officials released a draft list of recommended Hall County bicycle/pedestrian improvements Monday, with costs totaling an estimated $143.4 million.
Less than two weeks ago, North Georgia received a couple of inches of snow and ice. Now, the possibility of snow, sleet and freezing rain returns as early as tonight.
Edgar Duskin Kenyon practiced his Christian faith, as well as law, as a young group of attorneys observed one day in 1972.
A Gainesville man is accused of setting a series of fires on Feb. 26.
The struggle to develop one unified vision while maintaining individual campus identities was evident at a University of North Georgia strategic planning town hall meeting.
Although the inmates' emotions were sometimes imperceptible as they learned they were the inaugural class in a first-of-its-kind educational and vocational training program for Georgia prisoners, one man voiced joy at being back home.
With Crossover Day now past, state representatives from Hall County were left Tuesday counting their wins and losses in this year's session of the Georgia General Assembly.
The Gainesville Public Utilities Department reports hundreds of residents are owed refunds on their water accounts.
Work on a new bridge on Bryant Quarter Road near Gillsville could wrap up by the end of the month, weather permitting.
The Gainesville City Council met Tuesday to appoint members to several advisory committees, boards and commissions.
One of South Hall County's oldest shopping centers is about to get its first face-lift in almost 40 years and is expected to attract new businesses, including an Aldi grocery store.
A roomful of college students got a 90-minute snapshot of the last 50-plus years of world history - from the Bay of Pigs to the Vietnam War to the most recent events in Ukraine - from a man who helped shape world events.
Hall County recently got an upgrade from Standard & Poor's Ratings Services, one of the leading credit rating agencies in the country, for bonds and debts it owes.
Flowery Branch police officers responded to a call Friday about an abandoned child at the Quad Oaks Apartments, and not only found the 2-year-old alone, but an indoor marijuana-growing operation potentially worth $8,000.
For Gainesville resident Danny Tymchuk and his family, the upheaval in Ukraine gives them an eerie sense of déjà vu.
In two years, a national movement for a constitutional convention of states will be a hot issue "over and above the presidential election," the effort's Georgia state director predicted.
Gainesville City Schools students will be in class an extra day next month to replace time missed due to snow and ice.
The Hall County Planning Commission on Monday recommended approving the rezoning of two residential properties in South Hall to allow for small commercial development.