State scores on the college entrance ACT exam inched up this year, but local school officials aren't really paying attention.
DAHLONEGA - Rainy weather didn't stop blues fans from coming to Lumpkin county to enjoy a day and night of blues music.
Customers often complain that downtown Gainesville businesses close too early on the weekends, and business owners complain that there aren't enough customers to stay open later.
Heavy rains Saturday caused part of a parking lot to collapse at the Sonic restaurant in Cleveland.
Wind and rain can beat away at tombstones over the years, wiping away the history etched there. But a project at Cleveland Historic Cemetery aims to preserve that information in digital records.
High school students across the county are trying to decide what to do for the rest of their lives.
After its longtime leader left for California, the Lake Lanier Association didn't have to look long and hard for a new replacement.
Special needs students in Georgia's schools are able to attend a private school to better meet their needs, but they only have a few days left to enroll.
Although there was no relief from the heat in sight for volunteers gathered at a Gainesville church on Friday, they worked tirelessly with a goal of providing comfort to people hundreds of miles away in Haiti.
A new state law may soon have Hall County changing the way it looks at manufactured homes.
The North Georgia Community Foundation is taking nominations for its annual philanthropist of the year award, which will be presented at the annual Philanthropy Day luncheon Nov. 16.
The Georgia Department of Transportation will hold a construction information session on the Interstate 85 Express Lane Project from 4-7 p.m. Sept. 1 at the Gwinnett Civic Center in room 6ABC.
Jamey Moore knows a lot about picking yourself off the ground to move forward in life.
Stephanie McConnell will do whatever she can to prevent a child from drowning like her son did.
If you venture over to the downtown square Saturday, you may see several unusual sights.
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While the uproar over this year's holiday cups at Starbucks is a bit quieter than last year, it still exists.
A Monday night fire that destroyed the family home of a prominent local businessman has reignited a dispute between some Hall County and Gainesville officials ...
Work on a pedestrian/bicycling tunnel under Atlanta Highway/Ga. 13 near the Georgia Department of Labor could begin in early December.
Fire destroyed the expansive lakeside home of community leaders Philip and Mary Hart Wilheit.
The American flag has been flying in front of Matthew Youngelman's home since he moved to Summer Creek Estates off Lee Land Road.
Georgia Department of Transportation crews worked to repair a water main under Ga. 11/U.S. 129 near Casper Drive on Monday night, leading to ...
The holidays are a time for giving. What better way to spread holiday cheer than volunteering?
The Times is planning coverage of the 75th anniversary of Japan's Dec. 7 attack on Pearl Harbor.
The Gainesville school board has chosen a search firm to represent it in the search for a superintendent to replace Wanda Creel, who is leaving ...
A man was robbed at gunpoint early Sunday while in Gainesville, police said.
Mundy Mill Academy will be the name of the new Gainesville City Schools elementary school in the Mundy Mill subdivision. The school will be ready ...
Parent worries about the school bus not dropping off their child at the usual time may eventually become a thing of the past in Hall ...
Flags at the Georgia Capitol building and grounds will fly at half-staff today to honor a deputy U.S. marshal killed on the job.
The historic Cobb Street bridge in Lula has reopened to traffic.
Kubota Manufacturing of America announced Monday that it has begun construction on a 617,865-square-foot expansion of its national distribution center on the company's ...
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