This year, holiday shoppers are starting early.
The University of Georgia Small Business Development Center in Gainesville has scheduled several upcoming workshops at its offices at 999 Chestnut St.
Halloween just passed and Thanksgiving has yet to arrive, but many people have already turned their attention toward Christmas.
U.S. Forest officials in Georgia have gone gold - er, green.
Parents and students alike will have the opportunity Monday to learn more about scholarships and grants that are available for future college students.
Let somebody take a walk in your shoes for once.
State Superintendent of Schools Kathy Cox announced Friday that West Hall High School is being honored as a 2009 Georgia School of Excellence in Student Achievement.
Local radio show host Martha Zoller will begin broadcasting on FM radio Monday.
A group of soldiers, armed and marching in uniform down the streets of Gainesville, likely raised a few eyebrows Thursday.
Employees of Gainesville will now have to take one unpaid day off each month to keep the city's expenses in line with declining sales tax revenues.
Gainesville Police Chief Frank Hooper announced Thursday that he will retire at the end of the year.
Residents of the Crestview Terrace neighborhood aren't gonna take it anymore.
A free community festival from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the Gresham Motorsports Park Grand Opening will benefit local charities and community agencies.
Tadmore Elementary students are putting their American pride on display in a big way.
The Hall County Animal Shelter has a celebration full of family fun planned for Saturday to mark the grand opening of the new facility.
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A new traffic signal in a fast-growing section of Gainesville is now operating, according to the Georgia Department of Transportation.
The gymnasium at New Holland Core Knowledge Academy roared with the sound of excited young voices.
North Hall High School student actors, musicians, singers and performers will have a state-of-the-art space to call their own next year.
One of Clermont's most prickly issues - whether to allow alcohol sales - is seemingly a non-issue as the Town Council in August basically rejected the ...
Property taxes are going up in Gainesville, even while the rate goes down.
Monitoring and enforcing Hall County codes regulating short-term vacation rentals on Lake Lanier has proved a growing challenge, according to some local officials and residents.
Hall County will raise its stop-loss threshold for workers' medical plans beginning in 2016 in the hopes of generating health care savings over the long ...
On a good day, one of the busiest intersections in Gainesville is at Jesse Jewell and E.E. Butler parkways.
Isaias Tovar-Murillo begged for mercy from the woman riding in his cab before the gun fired, Assistant District Attorney Shiv Sachdeva said in opening statements ...
The Col. William Candler Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution honored Dr. Patricia Burd at their September meeting with the Mary Smith Lockwood ...
Wednesday's ninth annual HealthSmart Interactive Health & Wellness Expo will focus on the older population of Hall County. It will include free health screenings, seminars ...
The Hall County Planning Commission has recommended denial of an application to rezone land at the intersection of Sardis Road and Ledan Road so that ...
A panel of 50 prospective jurors entered Hall County Superior Court Judge Jason Deal's courtroom Monday morning to be seated for the murder case ...
Some needed updates are coming to multiple Gainesville schools, including new bathrooms at the Gainesville Middle School baseball and softball fields.
The Affordable Care Act has reduced the number of uninsured Americans, but controlling health care costs continues to be an issue for local government.
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