In a scene her students say resembled a mosh pit, Audra Whitaker floated weightlessly aboard a Boeing 727.
As racing fans pour into town this weekend for the Petit Le Mans, it's Stacey Dickson's expectation that they'll also flood local hotels, shops and restaurants.
Nathan Deal's finances have come into question once again as a federal judge re-examines his daughter and son-in-law's bankruptcy filing.
Kathy Cooper was tending to her cattle this week when she discovered another cow had been killed and mutilated - approximately one year from the first time it happened.
Oakwood is trying to knit together as much as $500,000 to complete a downtown improvement project that would feature new sidewalks, ornamental lighting, benches, brick crosswalks and landscaping.
The economy is getting better, but the rate of recovery in the Northeast Georgia area directly depends on what residents do to help, a North Georgia College & State University speaker said Wednesday.
A man drove his truck into the retention pond off Bradford Street on Wednesday evening and came out with no injuries.
The millage rate for Gainesville City Schools will be lower this year, but most homeowners still will see an increase in their property tax bill this fall because the city's overall millage rate will go up.
Flowery Branch ended qualifying Wednesday with a mayor's race and an unopposed candidate for the Post 4 City Council seat.
Check your front door. You may have an invitation to the next Gainesville City Council meeting.
Hall County waived its right to stimulus bond financing, opting instead to use the funding to help jump start the new King's Hawaiian operation in Oakwood.
David Wilder Mossman, 35, of Gainesville, was charged Monday with manufacturing marijuana and possession of marijuana.
Flowery Branch wraps up qualifying today for the Nov. 2 special election to fill the mayor and Post 4 seats.
Hall County Schools Superintendent Will Schofield is asking the business community to forge more ties with local students.
To larger audiences, retired U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Steven L. Arnold often talks about his experiences in Iraq or Afghanistan.
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A Buford man pleaded guilty last week to defrauding 11 investors of $3.2 million, according to court documents.
It doesn't seem so long ago when rain couldn't stop falling. Now, we could go days between raindrops.
The Hall County Health Department has achieved "Partner in Prevention," a nationally-recognized public standard to end child sexual abuse.
A Gainesville woman accused of being part of an armed robbery duo has new charges following an indictment last week, according to authorities.
The historic Cobb Street bridge in Lula must be repaired by July 8 or Norfolk Southern Railroad will face a fine of up to $500 ...
The Georgia Chamber of Commerce is mapping a plan of action for the next 14 years, and it came to Gainesville on Tuesday to solicit ...
A trial is set to begin Oct. 31 over allegations that Georgia residents are drinking up too much water before the resource reaches Florida.
One private hauler of recycled materials will quit accepting glass July 1 for economic reasons, but the Hall County Recycling Center continues to process glass.
Hall County is moving forward with its comprehensive plan update to guide and manage growth through 2040, and officials are encouraging residents to join the ...
Gainesville City Schools will spend about $68 million in its general fund budget for the next school year - an increase of nearly $4 million over ...
A Buford church's sign, which read in part "Satan made gays and transgender," was covered in black paint between Sunday night and Monday morning ...
A proposed 508-acre waterfront development in South Hall near the Jackson County line got the Hall County Planning Commission's approval Monday night.
The Gainesville city school board was accused Monday night of "violating our charter," of displaying "contempt" toward the community and was asked to "get back ...
The public got its first look Monday at Hall County's proposed 2017 fiscal year budget, which includes no property tax increases and earmarks money ...
Sammy Smith, member of the Gainesville City Schools Board of Education, has been named to the University of Georgia's Board of Visitors.
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