In wrestling with a deficit up to $7 million, the Gainesville school board may use up every available hour in approving a 2008-09 budget by the state's June 30 deadline. That budget may include raising property taxes up to 20 percent.
Many Southerners detest kudzu as much as they detest cockroaches. But fiber artist Regina Hines demonstrated Sunday that kudzu can be used to create more than an overgrown garden.
After high-pressure competitions in Oklahoma City and Montreal, Saturday's Southern Invitational Regatta on Lake Lanier was a chance for local paddlers to loosen up and take a few victory laps.
Despite a gray and overcast sky Sunday morning, the spotlight in St. John Baptist Church shined brightly on the church's newest member and pastor elect, the Rev. Stephen Samuel. Samuel led his first official church service on Communion Sunday, the first Sunday of June.
Turning 16 years old means one thing for most teens - it's time to take that driving test in hopes of earning the freedom to drive.
To the delight of area shoppers, new retailers are popping up at the Stonebridge Village shopping center.
John Nicholson, whose Gainesville drive-in hamburger restaurant was a landmark dining spot and cruising destination in the 1950s and '60s, died Saturday at Lanier Park Hospital after a brief illness. He was 96.
In large letters along the Corner Drugs van is "Free Delivery."
The traffic is unusually light on a recent afternoon on Atlanta Highway - the center of Gainesville's sizable working-class Hispanic population.
Dorrie Pyne has played competitive tennis for 67 years, and she is not stopping any time soon.
FLOWERY BRANCH -- This year's Relay For Life at Flowery Branch High School was the biggest one yet, and on the event's 15th anniversary in Hall County, many think it's possible to reach the goal of raising $500,000 for the American Cancer Society.
A survey by North Georgia College and State University shows that the 2008 Tour de Georgia bicycle race had a direct economic impact of $38.6 million in Georgia, up from $27 million in 2007, a 40 percent increase.
When people buy a new all-terrain vehicle, they often don't consider that there's no place in Hall County, other than their own yard or a friend's property, where they can legally ride.
Taking care of a person with Alzheimer's disease often means putting your own life on hold.
The end-of-the-year party for Challenged Child and Friends promises to be a special one.
Authorities have confirmed at least one person is dead following a plane crash in Dawson County near Auraria Road off Ga. 400.
The Hall County Planning Commission approved a large planned development Monday for the Ga. 365 corridor that concerned the panel last month.
A better way to distribute tax dollars is at the top of the Gainesville City Schools wish list for the upcoming state legislative session.
The city of Gainesville may lose millions of dollars it was expecting to generate from the downtown jail it bought last year after Corrections Corp. of America announced Monday it was pulling out.
Gainesville City Council is working to update its law on guns in parks to comply with a 2010 state law allowing the carrying of a firearm as long as the person has a valid carry license.
Many people cite the pitfalls of jostling crowds as one reason to forgo a line at the door in favor of the Internet when shopping for deals after Thanksgiving.
At this time one year ago, Lake Lanier was draining fast, full pool a long-ago memory.
An expected change to the way the state funds public libraries could mean less money overall for the Hall County Library System.
Oakwood property tax bills are set to go in the mail today.
Hall County government is planning a $2.7 million rebuilding of McEver Road from Flat Creek Road in Oakwood to Ga. 347/Lanier Islands Parkway in Buford.
Thanksgiving travel was relatively quiet in Hall County, marred only by a one-vehicle wreck in East Hall.
A Baldwin man was killed in a single-vehicle accident Saturday at Joe Chandler Road and Hawkins Road in East Hall County, the Georgia State Patrol reported.
Clermont residents showed Saturday night they are ready to greet the holiday season as the city held its fourth annual parade and tree lighting ceremony at Town Hall Park.
When Gem Jewelry Co. owner Marvin Orenstein died last December, his daughters said they were unsure of the business's future, prompting many to wonder who might carry on the tradition of gifting football players at every high school in the county with a shiny new timepiece.
When Kay Lord accidently flipped her car over, it ended up saving her life.