What do we do when the state runs short of electrical employees in the next few years?
State Rep. Doug Collins, R-Gainesville, has been named one of the most influential Georgians by a statewide political magazine.
Hall County District Attorney Lee Darragh said this week he is "seriously considering" pursuing the death penalty against two teenage gang members charged in a fatal drive-by shooting last summer.
Hall County residents who need a ride but can't afford it soon may board the bus for free.
A group of students piled into a Hall County SWAT vehicle and another crowded around the Gainesville K-9 car.
Things are off to a promising start for the 2010 Relay for Life, which begins at 7 tonight and runs through 7 a.m. Saturday.
More than three-quarters of Hall County's registered sex offenders can now live and work wherever they want, after a recently passed state law lifted residency and employment restrictions for the majority of men and women on the registry.
The Georgia Supreme Court on Wednesday responded to a dramatic increase in fees for filing a court appeal by allowing appellants to bypass the local clerk of courts office.
As applicants of all ages look for jobs this summer, many are coming up empty-handed.
What is Gov. Sonny Perdue's solution to the economic crisis? Education.
With no negotiation at hand over the future of Hall County's water supply, Gainesville officials have applied for a permit that would give them rights to withdraw water from Cedar Creek Reservoir.
A boil water advisory issued for one subdivision's residents in Hoschton following a water main break has been lifted.
The Georgia Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld the murder conviction of a Winder woman who killed her husband five years ago.
Heavy rains that caused flooding throughout Northeast Georgia in September may be a distant memory for some, but for others the effects have been lingering.
Local census workers have almost reached their goal of counting Northeast Georgians and have a few more weeks in the field.
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When Janice Bryans leaves work at the Wrigley factory in the late evenings, she often sees a family of deer grazing on the lawn.
While many are students were excited to finish the school year, a group of students from World Language Academy had an exciting weekend for a ...
Cailen Rundles had regular headaches, leg and back pains and vision problems as a second-grader. He "threw up all the time for no reason," his ...
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African-American residents of the Newtown and Fair Street neighborhoods on Gainesville's south side have long felt left out of the economic fortunes of the ...
Clay Stover's dedication to a healthy lifestyle may be exceeded on by the enthusiasm that Debbie Wiley, North Hall Middle School physical education and ...
Georgia is expanding its nurse aide registry, which catalogues incidents of abuse and neglect of elderly patients, to include home health care providers.
Inclement weather caused law enforcement to suspend a search Friday for a missing woman last seen Wednesday at Lanier Point Park off Dawsonville Highway.
Teachers and students lined the halls of Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy Friday morning to say goodbye to their friends.
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