A car jumped the curb and hit a brick column outside of a chiropractor's office today in Gainesville.
A new home is on the horizon for the residents of one Gainesville nursing facility.
The Georgia Board of Education will once again allow school districts to decide how large class sizes should be next school year, but Gainesville and Hall school officials believe that will have little local impact.
Legislation could bring gambling to Lake Lanier, but the idea will first face plenty of discussion.
Teachers at Friendship Elementary are replacing classroom chairs with exercise balls as part of a new wellness program.
Oakwood is moving ahead with plans to study development impact fees, which were once a popular item for governments grappling with the costs of growth.
Gainesville's public utilities staff plans to offer sewer service to two Hall County islands within city limits, pending customer interest.
The Gainesville Rotary Club honored two community giants Monday evening with its annual man and woman of the year awards.
The Hall County Sheriff's Office is investigating a late Saturday robbery at a North Hall business.
A Gainesville man was booked in the Hall County Jail Monday after law enforcement officials accused him of selling counterfeit $20 and $50 bills.
Families learned about the great outdoors Sunday, from equipment they should use while camping and hiking to critters that might roam the woods with them.
Global issues will be given local relevance this week as North Georgia College & State University begins its Great Decisions lecture series.
Hall County residents now have a chance to learn about their local government.
A funeral service is set for 2 p.m. Tuesday for Bill Evans, a former Hall County commissioner and ex-member of the Hall County Planning Commission.
Blending tradition and modernity, the Vietnamese ministry at the First Baptist Church of Gainesville celebrated the passing of another year Sunday.
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Losing custody of her 2-year-old son Lincoln is what Lindsey Elrod describes as the "worst thing I had ever experienced."
Do you have a tiny superhero or princess in your family who needs a costume for Halloween, or an empty wall in your home that ...
A referendum that would allow the state to take over failing schools doesn't get much attention in local schools, according to principals and superintendents.
It's hard to imagine living without one of our five senses to navigate the world. But for many, a life without sight or hearing ...
A showdown in the square used to mean something very specific. Typically, it involved gruff leather clad men, drawn guns and squabbles settled by a ...
An upcoming Netflix series will shoot a scene at a Flowery Branch barbecue restaurant in the coming weeks.
Leigh Corley has opened a pediatric therapy clinic in Clermont after nearly 20 years of working with children mostly in their homes.
As the local and regional real estate market continues to steady itself following the economic recession, one glaring problem remains in Hall County: the need ...
When first-grader Malone Bennett heard her friend Brecklynn Allgood was sick, she wanted to help.
Two well-known women with experience and knowledge about the impact women, minorities and young people have on American politics will speak at a program at ...
Lanier Technical College will host Career Fair 2016 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday.
Clearing will begin soon for the widening of Ga. 13 from Sawnee Avenue in Gwinnett County to Lanier Islands Parkway/Ga. 347 in Hall County.
Selfless, aspiring visionaries: this is how three Hall County men were described as they were recognized Thursday night by the North Georgia Community Foundation.
A 187-lot subdivision planned off busy Spout Springs Road in South Hall can move forward now that rezoning was approved by the Hall County Board ...
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