GAINESVILLE - Representatives for the owners of two Gainesville group homes have filed a federal lawsuit against the city of Gainesville, claiming the city has discriminated against the occupants by forcing them to move out of their homes in the city.
A skunk that was recently in contact with two domestic dogs in the Cleveland Highway area of North Hall has tested positive for rabies, Gainesville-Hall Animal Control reported. A door-to-door canvass has been done in the area asking residents to report any abnormal animal activity to Gainesville-Hall Animal Control at 770-531-6830 or, during nonworking hours, to Hall County Dispatch at 770-536-8812. County residents owning pets that are not ...
FLOWERY BRANCH - While some scramble to plant drought-tolerant landscapes, Aqualand Marina is building a drought-tolerant boat ramp.
The Times is planning special coverage to mark the March 20, 1998, tornado that killed several people in Hall and White counties.
Laquita Imes has some new heroes.
GAINESVILLE - How's this for the rising cost of fuel?
Tadmore Elementary School in East Hall hopes to show 12 ways busy parents can help children do well on standardized tests.
SUWANEE - At 11 a.m. Friday, coach Marci Summer knelt down by her team, the North Georgia Screamin' Eagles, to remind them to pass the ball and stay open. "Teamwork is the game," Summer said.
Ninth District Opportunity Inc. has announced that it has additional funds available for the 2007 Heating Program.
The Dawson County Board of Commissioners has named Holland J. Leger the county's new planning director.
Four people caught with fraudulent work IDs were arrested during a traffic stop Wednesday morning, authorities said Thursday.
As the spring time change approaches, local fire officials saw another reason this week to remind homeowners of the importance of having working smoke alarms.
David Beckham may be one of the best and most well-known soccer players in the world, but how well would he play if he couldn't use his legs?
The boundary lines have been redrawn for the deputies who patrol Hall County's 1,300 miles of roads.
An ordinance maintaining a 9:30 a.m. city council meeting time divided the Flowery Branch City Council on Wednesday.
A strong line of thunderstorms that moved through Northeast Georgia on Thursday evening left about 8,000 homes without power.
A teenager who jogged into the path of an automobile Thursday morning in Clermont was treated at Northeast Georgia Medical Center and released, authorities said.
Gainesville City Council members heard a presentation on the Hotel Motel Tax Fund and information on forming a nonprofit corporation at their Thursday work session.
Tonight's planned concert at the Smithgall Arts Center has been moved inside due to a forecast of rain, and the "Top Gun" movie screening has been canceled.
Local school systems were no different than many businesses during the economic sluggishness over the recession.
More than 400 people swabbed their cheeks Wednesday at East Hall High School during the Be The Match donor drive for Kelsey Bishop, 23, who has acute myeloid leukemia.
Deputies are looking for at least two people who were believed to be in a Saturn Aura that crashed on Sanders Road sometime after 6 p.m. on Wednesday.
Delegates at the Southern Baptist Convention approved a resolution Wednesday opposing a new Boy Scouts of America policy to allow gay youths to join the troops.
With temperatures climbing to the low 90s Wednesday and a heat index reaching the mid-90s, it appears it is officially that time of year again in Northeast Georgia, when sweltering heat and high humidity are the norm. Until recently, soaring temperatures have been kept at bay thanks to the area's surplus of steady rain and overcast skies.
Subsidized federal student loan rates are set to double in July, increasing monthly payments for thousands of students across the state, possibly making post-secondary education less of a reality for many.
Jaemor Farms is growing, and not just peaches.
Hall County may increase residents' property taxes to fund improvements in fire services, including a new fire station, personnel and equipment.
"At-risk" middle school students are now the targets of a program developed with tactics to increase academic performance and high school graduation rates.
Gainesville police are looking for a woman who is believed to have used stolen credit cards at Publix on Thompson Bridge Road.