A White County home was destroyed by fire early today but its residents were able to escape to safety and there were no injuries.
Authorities on Wednesday seized more than $9,000 in cash and cocaine during a raid on a home on Hancock Avenue Extension, officials said Thursday.
Hall County has been given an additional 120 days to supplement its permit application for the proposed Glades Reservoir project.
Four teenage girls were charged as juveniles with committing gang activity after they were caught beating another girl in a bathroom at West Hall High School as part of a gang initiation, officials said.
Nearly 40 people drowned in Georgia waters so far this year, but new swim classes at Gainesville Middle School aim to teach students skills that some day could save their lives.
Truett-McConnell College in Cleveland may not exactly be known for rock 'n' roll, but that's exactly what it will get next week.
Trade tensions with China and threats of tariffs on U.S. poultry imports into China threaten consequences for the state's poultry industry.
A downtown clothing store celebrates decades in business this year by continuing its family tradition of customer service.
Two Hall County schools are among five schools statewide being recognized today for excellence in international education.
JEFFERSON - In June, when the state Environmental Protection Division lifted the two-year outdoor watering ban, most Georgia residents rejoiced.
Hall County is hoping to work with Gainesville officials to build a water treatment plant to serve the Glades and Cedar Creek reservoirs.
This year, Shore Sweep volunteers won't have to stray as far off Lake Lanier's shoreline to pick up trash and other debris.
ATLANTA - Georgia officials have filed a formal notice indicating they will appeal a federal ruling that could restrict Atlanta from its main water supply.
A drainage pipe under Ga. 13/Atlanta Highway at Hilton Drive in Gainesville collapsed Wednesday, likely brought on by rainy weather this week.
HOSCHTON - Hoschton has escaped another year without having to enact costly methods on residents to help deal with the city's increasing debt.
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United Community Bank has announced longtime Gainesville banker Will White will succeed veteran banking leader Dick Valentine when he retires from his role as regional ...
Steel is up at The Venue at Friendship Springs after the project got behind in October when a record 20 inches of rain fell in ...
A day care worker from a now closed Clermont center was sentenced Tuesday to eight years in prison for scalding a 16-month-old child with hot ...
Gainesville Police are investigating after a man was robbed at gunpoint Tuesday afternoon around Ralston Street.
A Gainesville man allegedly broke a former co-worker's arms with a baseball bat and took the victim's cellphone and wallet, according to authorities.
Gainesville City Council on Tuesday approved contributing $200,000 to build a bridge along Tumbling Creek Road that would span railroad tracks.
More teenagers were charged in an incident Saturday night involving a teenager shot in the back, according to authorities.
Parks, commercial development and safe streets have long been needs for Gainesville's poorest neighborhoods, where residents often feel underserved by government and community services.
A Buford man is charged with stealing more than $12,000 worth of property in incidents on Lakeshore Road.
Two subdivision plans featuring more than 150 lots each ran into opposition from neighbors and questions from the Hall County Planning Commission on Monday night.
The move of Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy students during construction of a new school has a number of factors that remain uncertain. As a result ...
Plans to demolish a historic building in downtown Dahlonega and build an upscale, boutique hotel in its place can now move forward after the City ...
Across Georgia, blood banks are in dire need of the blood donations that save lives on a daily basis. Due to the recent weather the ...
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