High school standards and expectations after high school are among the top education issues Georgians can expect to see addressed by state leaders in 2015.
Hall County firefighters put out a mobile home fire Thursday that damaged the residence and left it uninhabitable.
Oakwood police have identified a suspect in a Jan. 3 robbery by sudden snatching at Wal-Mart, with the suspect allegedly entering the store with a "Jesus Loves You" T-shirt.
The cold weather Friday morning could not chill the warm spirits of those attending the dedication ceremony and official ribbon cutting marking the opening of the new Georgia Poultry Laboratory in Gainesville.
David Ruckstaetter will saddle up next month on his way to Mississippi, just as they do in the cowboy Westerns he used to watch with his grandfather.
The Lula City Council will consider scrapping an administrative fee on some water accounts, in addition to other policy changes regarding its enterprise funds, after residents recently raised concerns.
Gov. Nathan Deal today will discuss the final recommendations of the Child Welfare Reform Council, which could possibly include more public-private partnerships with state agencies.
Remember those "mad wet hens" protesting Hall County's property tax reassessments on their lakefront homes last year?
Flowery Branch leaders have moved forward on increasing sewer capacity, and increasing the city's chances for future development and growth.
Lula homeowners Andrew and Brittney Deaton heard smoke alarms at about 4:30 a.m. Thursday. But when they came downstairs they didn't see any smoke or fire, said Andrew Deaton's brother, Nicholas Deaton.
Temperatures climbed out of the teens across Northeast Georgia on Thursday afternoon, but they won't make it above freezing for another day or so.
Oakwood Police are seeking two suspects in a robbery investigation at Wal-Mart, who are believed to have taken a camouflage jacket, a package of T-shirts and a Sony PlayStation 4 just after midnight Saturday.
A variety of drugs worth more than $13,000 were found Tuesday at a Gainesville home, along with scales and $3,000 in cash, according to authorities.
Traffic is now clear on Interstate 985 below exit 22, U.S. 129, after a four-vehicle accident backed up traffic headed southbound.
Hundreds of students missed school in December because of the flu, and the illness' season isn't over yet.
Authorities said a 62-year-old man has allegedly distributed 2 pounds of illegal narcotics a week in Hall County and three neighboring counties.
Hall County parents who are unsure how to help their children with math homework will soon have a tool to make it easier.
Gov. Nathan Deal has named 33 state education experts, including Hall County Schools Superintendent Will Schofield and columnist Dick Yarbrough, to the state Education Reform Commission.
A Flowery Branch woman was charged Tuesday with first-degree arson and insurance fraud in connection with allegedly setting a fire at her home.
Criticisms are growing as Hall County and area city officials prepare to sign off on an agreement about what projects to fund if voters approve a special purpose local option sales tax in March.
Longtime Georgia Department of Transportation executive Russell McMurry was elected Tuesday to be its new commissioner, effective immediately.
The Gainesville City Board of Education on Tuesday night recognized students for their presentations during the Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration.
Lula City Council has put off a Jan. 28 planning session until Councilwoman Vicky Chambers, who was seriously injured in a Jan. 10 wreck, can participate.
The consultant helping the Gainesville-Hall Metropolitan Planning Organization, the Hall County area's lead transportation planning agency, is set to give an MPO committee a status report this morning on the 2040 plan update.
For an underserved youth, practicing mathematics or reading skills outside the classroom can be difficult.
The Workforce Development Career Coach plans visits within the next week to two sites in Hall County.
After serving his country as a Marine in Korea, Harold G. Black came back to Gainesville and served the community for 32 years.
A Gainesville woman was ejected from her vehicle and killed Tuesday afternoon after a wreck on Sardis Road.
The Hall County Board of Education approved $70,000 Tuesday at its regular meeting for the purchase of classroom calculators.
Gainesville City Council approved three requests Tuesday for tax allocation district funding.