With summer school under way and summer camps starting up, there's more than just education provided - there's also free food.
Some athletes aren't very vocal; they would rather let their physical abilities do their talking.
The threat of rain may have forced Relay for Life inside Dawson County High School, but little could have dampened the celebration.
From his perch on a hill at the Gainesville Marina, Rick Skoglund has a clear view of Lake Lanier.
Through their early years, the boys' world seemed bounded by small-town and rural living in North Georgia.
For 4-year-old Wilder Holland, the best part of the 10th annual JAKES Day was shooting a BB gun and a taking aim with a slingshot.
Every night they're out on the road together, Lt. Kevin Head and Sgt. Kerry Alexander are keeping recovering addicts on their toes.
Starting today, all the memories come back.
Barbecue enthusiast Bear Sloan barely slept Friday night.
It's been a long time coming, but Jefferson officials have finally gotten the green light to proceed with a project to improve the downtown corridor.
Sometimes it just feels good to win.
Everyone can do their part to prevent the spread of recreational water illnesses in public pools.
Principals now have more say in how they discipline students who bring weapons on school grounds, and Gainesville and Hall County administrators are happy about the change.
A year has passed since Dianne Satterfield's husband was killed when his car struck a horse wandering in the road, and despite all her efforts, she is no closer to getting the answers she seeks.
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Eddie Martinez of Gainesville enjoys the Gainesville Connection routes between Gainesville and Oakwood, but he would like to see Hall Area Transit extend its reach.
Justin Pressley hadn't noticed that a corner section of one basketball court at the East Hall Community Center was rotted and bowed after a ...
Everyone remembers their first time sliding behind the wheel of a car, learning the basics: blinkers, gas pedal and brakes.
In Georgia, playing a high school sport is a privilege, not a right.
With hands stuffed in her jacket pockets, Mary Mauricio stood in the parking lot of a defunct Gainesville restaurant, watching the city's homeless and ...
A Gainesville man fleeing police on Ga. 365 is still at large after sideswiping a patrol car and forcing the vehicle into a guardrail near ...
State Rep. Emory Dunahoo, R-Gainesville, has always been responsive to media inquiries.
The Internet is a dangerous place, especially for a child.
A man paroled out of prison Tuesday was transported to face a 2012 kidnapping charge in Hall County.
A White County man whose daughter died this year in a car crash has partnered with another group for free defensive driving courses this weekend.
Employees at Lanier Islands have turned the water park and surrounding beach area into a winter-themed wonderland, complete with mounds of snow and an ice ...
One person was taken to the hospital after an aircraft crash in Cleveland.
The recently selected top teacher in Gainesville City Schools is a dedicated autism teacher at Gainesville Middle School.
There are many in Gainesville who feel giving thanks means more than stuffing yourself on turkey and dressing.
A Gainesville surgeon and Syrian immigrant says the anxiety some Americans feel over the possible resettlement of refugees from his war-ravaged, native country is a ...
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