BRASELTON - A woman driving on Ga. 211 in Braselton was killed Wednesday morning when she lost control of her car, according to emergency service officials.
A Hall County Sheriff's deputy has been released from Northeast Georgia Medical Center following a wreck this morning in which his car overturned on Interstate 985, officials said.
Flowery Branch City Council voted 3-1 this morning to pay off the $411,611 note on Main Street offices across from City Hall, using money from its 1-cent sales tax and water/sewer capital funds.
Hall County authorities are urging motorists and property owners to be on the lookout for two missing horses that are loose near Gillsville Highway and Joe Parker Road.
Flowery Branch has been turned down for a grant that would have beefed up water service for some residents, but the city is hoping is take another shot at it in 2010, this time with Hall County's help.
The Gainesville City Council gave initial approval on Tuesday to multiple changes in the city's Unified Development Code.
A man accused of trying to kidnap a 10-year-old boy he did not know will report to court this week as part of a stringent set of bond conditions.
HOSCHTON - Incoming Hoschton City Council members got a taste of what it's like to sit around the meeting room table in city hall Monday.
JEFFERSON - The onset of the holidays have brought something besides good cheer - more burglaries.
Ready or not, overnight freezing temperatures are expected to arrive by the end of the week.
Georgia State University President Mark Becker shared his fervor for football with Rotary Club members on Monday.
Friday's playoff game between local high school football rivals Gainesville and Flowery Branch is sure to draw quite a crowd.
More than 25 years ago, when AIDS became a disease on the radar of mainstream America, most people tried to relegate the condition to one segment of the population.
The Gainesville City Council will cast its final vote today on the rates customers of city water and sewer facilities will pay in 2010.
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Two Hall County churches tore down traditional racial walls and worshipped together Sunday, defying the division that has fueled racially charged shootings across the U ...
The bodies of the remaining two people missing from a boat that capsized Friday on Lake Lanier have been recovered.
From their farm in Oakwood, raising chickens and otherwise enjoying the country life, the idea of the world arriving at their backdoor seemed remote.
The Times began covering the Olympics' arrival in Hall County from the day the announcement was made. The headlines prior to the Games and during ...
From the back of his truck, Randy Askea navigates an electric, four-wheeled vehicle with an attached camera through a decades-old pipe running under an earthen ...
Perhaps nowhere is the lost history of Gainesville's African-American community more obvious than in the 1,148 unmarked graves recently identified at the Alta ...
A group of women in jewel-toned evening gowns sat on patio furniture Saturday outside Downtown Drafts in Gainesville.
Kubota Manufacturing of America is building - again - but the new building is an expansion of the company's operations in Hall County, not a new ...
Jim Mathis Jr., a Gainesville banker, was one of the key players in bringing the Olympics to Lake Lanier as chairman of the Gainesville-Hall County ...
Peter Boychuk knows about business online.
The bodies of two women were found Saturday after a boat overturned the day before on Lake Lanier, according to the Georgia Department of Natural ...
Atlanta's Olympic organizers had a bit of a problem as they identified venues for the 1996 Olympic Games they were awarded in 1990.
When Billy Payne, Atlanta's Olympic architect, looks back on his crowning achievement from 20 years ago, one of the bright spots is Gainesville's ...
The Lanier Partners of North Georgia launched their eighth annual Pirates of Lake Lanier Charity Poker Run on Saturday.
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