The Hall County Board of Commissioners must decide today whether to upgrade a dirt road in North Hall that was meant to be abandoned years ago.
Annie Clara Martin, 85, gets misty eyed when she speaks of the way her garden once looked.
One in five people with HIV does not know it.
OAKWOOD - Think you're burning up just walking from the air-conditioned office to your car?
Work is done Wednesday on a portion of railroad track in southern Hall County where a Norfolk Southern train collided with a pickup truck stuck on the tracks.
The Hall County Library Board adopted a shrinking budget Tuesday, including 27 furloughed closings and $300,000 less for books.
The struggling Banks Jackson Commerce Medical Center may have found a buyer to help alleviate some of its debts.
A letter that told local government officials earlier this month that sales tax payments would arrive later than usual was poorly worded, a Department of Revenue spokesman said Tuesday.
A man whose helicopter flights over Helen have drawn the ire of some residents said he's not backing down after a judge ruled against him.
"Handcuff me!" five children shout as Gainesville community police officer Melissa Begley holds up her pink handcuffs.
A special session of the Georgia General Assembly to discuss further state budget cuts is likely, according to a local state representative.
The Gainesville school board approved a $53.4 million budget Tuesday that includes pay cuts for all system employees including the superintendent, board members, teachers and bus drivers.
Lawyers for the city of Gainesville want a lawsuit filed against the city by The Times to be decided without a trial.
FLOWERY BRANCH - Down to a final "punch list" of construction details, South Hall's new Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is getting ready to open.
State Rep. Doug Collins, who in January returned from a tour in Iraq, told Kiwanis International members on Tuesday that governments will have to start preparing now to support veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Page 1286 of 1680
A Gainesville man allegedly conspired with a Georgia Department of Corrections inmate and others to traffic drugs, according to indictments unsealed last week.
On the verge of finishing a long-awaited sewer project, Flowery Branch is looking to what a more developed sewer system could mean for the South ...
There's no denying South Hall County is booming with room to grow.
Returning home Saturday afternoon from a trip to New York for Pope Francis' U.S. visit, Carmen Luisa Coya-van Duijn was happy beyond words.
Hall County officials will implement about $1.9 million in raises and bonuses for workers in November.
Rozzetta King traces the picture frames holding her children frozen in time, a collection of graduations, births and school pictures.
You've probably heard of DragonCon. Well, how about D-Con?
The sound of the lake mixed with the buzz of the crowd, the smell of food and music coming from the boat house Saturday night ...
Ten-year-old Austin Turner and 8-year-old Aleigha Sorrows, both of Buford, used stepladders to reach the top corners as they helped paint one of two panels ...
Does sauntering along the shores of Lake Lanier sound nice?
A case of a stolen transport truck and damaged mailboxes Saturday in Hall County could be connected, according to the Sheriff's Office.
The first official weekend of autumn has been a gloomy one so far in North Georgia, and don't look for the sun to show ...
Law enforcement authorities have intercepted a package containing 4 kilograms of liquid methamphetamine on its way from Mexico to Cornelia.
John Rosemond, a parenting columnist published weekly in The Times, will be speaking at a free event Tuesday at the First Baptist Church in Gainesville.
Debbie Clark perused the Rahab's Rope booth Friday, landing on the last Persian-rug-themed bookmark.
Page 5 of 10