After taking a 20-foot jump from a helicopter when it was hit by enemy fire in Vietnam, Ralph Souther of Gainesville was flown to a hospital in Saigon.
Gainesville and Hall County employees are starting a program that will help babies as soon as they enter the world.
Commissioner Ashley Bell and Commissioners-elect Scott Gibbs and Craig Lutz announced late Thursday they will vote in January to give the North Hall library back to the town of Clermont.
Although the clothes were beautiful and the women were stunning, it was the smallest models who stole the show in the Challenged Child and Friends' Fashion Show.
If it's time for you to start going for an annual mammogram, you should know that it's not the same exam you grew up hearing your mother and grandmother complain about.
Visitors from a national convention in Atlanta sat in classrooms across Hall County Thursday to see ways the school system is prepping kids for the 21st century.
Elborio Andrade, one of 11 defendants in an alleged gang fight that turned deadly, has been sentenced to five years in prison.
Flowery Branch of the future could feature intense development, including a multiscreen theater, more big-box stores and shopping centers, walking trails and downtown roads that provide easy access to Lake Lanier.
When seeing each other, veterans often snap to attention, swinging up an arm and thrusting their hand in a sharp angle to their foreheads.
City workers will start preliminary repairs to water lines for the Cedar Creek water treatment plant after council members approved the idea this morning.
Attorneys representing Community Auto Center owner Quirino Garcia-Cosino and his employee Diana Peralta-Trujillo have filed motions to suppress evidence in a money laundering case against the two.
Some of the world's greatest inventors think outside of the box, Carl Engel told a group of students at Da Vinci Academy Wednesday.
Keep Hall Beautiful's Cindy Reed was awarded the Barbara Mason Award for Executive Director of the Year at the Keep Georgia Beautiful Awards Luncheon on Wednesday in Atlanta.
With the economy hurting his business, Brett Bentley found he could no longer afford health insurance.
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Black Friday is either an exhilarating way to score a deal or an overwhelming disaster of traffic and digging through bargain bins, depending whom you ...
Four people, including a child, were injured this morning when an SUV crossed the centerline of Ga. 11 and struck an ambulance, causing both vehicles ...
The first phase of Brenau University's athletic complex is finished.
Days after his trip, Bryan Herrera can still remember the Stewart Detention Center detainee's name and identification number.
The wildfires and accompanying smoke in the Southeast have led to phones ringing all over Northeast Georgia.
There's nothing quite like seeing a project come to fruition.
With the stress of travel and spectacle of parades and super-sales, it can be easy to forget the true spirit of Thanksgiving - giving thanks and ...
A brush fire on the outskirts of Hoschton temporarily closed Braselton Highway as firefighters worked to put out the flames.
The city of Gainesville is teaming up with the Georgia Municipal Association for the 57th annual Mayors' Motorcade.
Gainesville's unemployment rate in October stayed the same as September at 4.4 percent, according to the Georgia Department of Labor.
When Gainesville Police Officer Jeremy Edge and his partner Alex head out to track a potentially armed and dangerous suspect, the two will be wearing ...
Riverside Military Academy President Col. William Gallagher will visit one alumnus who suffered serious injuries in a bombing this month in Afghanistan.
Some local charities did better than others for Georgia Gives Day, but all benefited from the Nov. 17 event that raised more than $4 million ...
A Gainesville man was killed after failing to yield the right of way on his bike when turning onto Harmony Church Road on Friday morning ...
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