The effort to combat child obesity, which has more than tripled in recent decades, became local Thursday when the first focus groups of a national pilot program met in Hall County.
Drivers passing through Gainesville this weekend should note a new route as roads close for Sunday's Christmas on Green Street event.
After Janice Bradley receives her next unemployment benefits check, she may pack up her belongings, lock the door on her Gainesville home and move north to live with her father in Illinois.
If you've got a few book lovers on your holiday shopping list, then the Hall Book Exchange may have just the thing for you.
A Lake Lanier advocacy group plans to announce the results of an economic impact study Tuesday.
A Gainesville native had a hand this week in U.S. military exercises with South Korea, as an international crisis loomed with communist North Korea.
As Karl Kiel spoke before a group of sixth-graders on Thursday, there was one word he used over and over - brainwashed.
Gainesville employees may be receiving too much when it comes to vacation and sick leave, council members said Thursday morning.
The town of Clermont has decided to withdraw its appeal of the ruling in the North Hall library lawsuit.
Gainesville's public utilities staff could take on new responsibilities in January when it comes to adding sewer and water extensions to the city's system.
Two North Georgia tourism sites will add new employees and complete much-awaited projects thanks to nearly $18,000 in state grant money they were awarded in November.
As John Barge, state school superintendent-elect, transitions to office this January, he'll have some help from Hall County.
If you haven't started your holiday decorating, you may want to make plans to attend the annual Festival of Trees on Saturday.
Thanks to some federal dollars, Gainesville's police officers will stay safe while on duty for several years to come.
The Hall County Sheriff's Office hasn't been able to speak yet to the 19-year-old victim of a shooting at his South Hall home.
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Most of Hall County is in severe drought, but that's an improvement over a few weeks ago, when parts of North Hall were in ...
Savannah King takes you to four restaurants in Hall County that specialize in making a home-cooked meal.
Oakwood refinanced its sewer debt Wednesday, a move that's expected to save taxpayers about $1.6 million over 20 years.
Inside a 178-square-foot house were wood-paneled walls, stainless steel appliances, a full-sized washer and dryer and small but comfortable furnishings.
Starting as an officer at 21, Cpl. Drew Reed said he thought everybody loved police.
Gainesville officials are looking to spend about $1.52 million to acquire a property along a central downtown corridor, with a parking lot in mind ...
The family of a Flowery Branch man killed at the front door of his home is offering a $5,000 reward for information on who ...
A Gillsville woman was arrested Wednesday in connection with a 5-month-old girl who, in the course of a month, fractured three leg bones and an ...
A man wanted on a murder warrant out of White County was captured by a SWAT team Wednesday morning.
A nearly 50-year-old organization providing education, counseling and services to young people in Hall County is finally beginning a much-needed expansion.
The University of North Georgia expects more than 18,000 students at its five campuses next week, and the increase will bring 70 new faculty ...
Big changes continue at Lee Gilmer Memorial Airport in Gainesville thanks to public and private investments in a hoped-for future that lures bigger and more ...
Pizza and beer businesses will take the place of a historic home torn down recently in downtown Flowery Branch.
A new study of the Hope Scholarships program, which is funded by the Georgia lottery, contends the program could run out of money for the ...
Complaints about long lines and poor customer service at the local Internal Revenue Service office prompted U.S. Rep. Doug Collins, R-Gainesville, to recently visit ...
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