Saturday was a calm day for law enforcement in the midst of the July Fourth holiday weekend.
Government offices in Gainesville and Hall County will be closed Monday to observe the Independence Day holiday.
For many residents, Fourth of July celebrations aren't complete without throwing some meat on the grill.
One of the mostly highly celebrated days in history was Aug. 15, 1945, when the Allies announced the surrender of Japanese forces during World War II.
As the summer heat filled downtown Lula on Saturday night, people gathered around the fountain and brick wall in Lula's Veterans Park for a candlelight service and dedication of 204 new bricks inscribed with the names of war veterans.
It's not down in the history books yet, but you might be surprised to know that John Kennedy sat next to Richard Nixon in the sixth grade.
Patriotism brings the Gainesville community together.
Calvin Allen, the first anesthesiologist in Gainesville, died at his home Friday night after a long illness.
Mount Vernon Elementary School may be on its way to charter school status.
Kasia Stanfill looks back fondly on the summers she spent at Gainesville's Green Street pool. She remembers standing on the water's edge, waiting to jump into the cool water for the first time.
Gainesville City Schools parents can now find information with more ease.
Forsyth County's next move in the ongoing saga surrounding Lanier Golf Course remains uncertain.
The Fourth of July holiday travel period began Thursday evening, and officials predict higher crash rates as the weekend persists.
Each year, it goes off with a bang.
For John Ergovich, getting arrested for driving under the influence was a bigger inconvenience than it ever would have been to get a sober person to drive him home.
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ATLANTA - The Georgia House has approved a bill giving Hope Scholarship recipients more credit for science, technology, engineering and math courses.
Whether you're a fan of the Carolina Panthers or the Denver Broncos or you just love those quirky commercials, there are a number of ...
Piece by piece, officials with Hall County Parks and Leisure are rebuilding a historic log cabin home dating back to the 1840s as an educational ...
A College Park woman working in a Buford prison was the first of more than 80 defendants Wednesday to plead guilty to smuggling drugs into ...
Jack Elrod Jr., a Gainesville native who spent 64 years working on the nationally syndicated outdoor comic "Mark Trail," died Wednesday. He was 91.
Georgia no longer requires the proposed Glades Reservoir in North Hall County to meet the state's water supply needs through 2050, according to the ...
Gainesville and Hall County residents interested in learning more about the inner workings of local government have a chance to do so this spring.
Shots were fired by law enforcement personnel during a traffic stop Tuesday night in north Forsyth that resulted in the man's arrest and the ...
United Community Bank has announced longtime Gainesville banker Will White will succeed veteran banking leader Dick Valentine when he retires from his role as regional ...
Steel is up at The Venue at Friendship Springs after the project got behind in October when a record 20 inches of rain fell in ...
A day care worker from a now closed Clermont center was sentenced Tuesday to eight years in prison for scalding a 16-month-old child with hot ...
Gainesville Police are investigating after a man was robbed at gunpoint Tuesday afternoon around Ralston Street.
A Gainesville man allegedly broke a former co-worker's arms with a baseball bat and took the victim's cellphone and wallet, according to authorities.
Gainesville City Council on Tuesday approved contributing $200,000 to build a bridge along Tumbling Creek Road that would span railroad tracks.
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