Georgia Department of Transportation workers may begin digging this morning at the site of a potentially deep sinkhole that opened early Monday in a Gainesville shopping center parking lot.
Legacy Link hopes to move to its new home off Mundy Mill Road in Oakwood in early September.
When Lee Lovett started his first teaching job in 1965, he couldn't have imagined the way public schools would change over the course of his career.
Former U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood told Georgia lawmakers Tuesday he believes the U.S. needs to raise the gas tax by at least 10 cents to fix America's crumbling roads and bridges.
The Georgia Department of Labor will help Home Goods recruit about 85 workers for a new home furnishings distribution center under construction in Jefferson.
The federally funded nonprofit Ninth District Opportunity is accepting applications in Hall County for the Weatherization Assistance Program.
John Bailey installs a new indoor playground set Monday afternoon at Gainesville First United Methodist Church. The playground project, which takes about 10 days to install, is one part of the church's Children and Youth First Initiative and is being installed inside the new children's wing of the church.
When Gainesville amended its alcohol ordinance a few months ago to allow the sale of growlers, a few local business owners saw an opportunity to catch the wave.
State Sen. Butch Miller, a Gainesville Republican, confirmed on his Facebook page late Monday night he will seek the Senate majority leader post for next year's General Assembly session.
Georgia Department of Transportation workers may begin digging Wednesday morning at the site of a potentially deep sinkhole that opened early Monday in a Gainesville shopping center parking lot.
Fair Street International Baccalaureate World School Principal William Campbell has a lot to be excited about this school year.
A gluten-free label regulation issued a year ago by the United States Food and Drug Administration takes effect today.
Plans to develop an 89-lot subdivision straddling the Hall County and Gwinnett County line were sidelined again Monday when the planning commission tabled the proposal until next month.
Hall County officials assured a group of South Hall residents Monday night they're working hard to speed up widening congested Spout Springs Road, but they also asked for help in the cause.
Beginning Sept. 3, traffic on U.S. 129/Ga. 11 in Cleveland will be shifted west from O'Reilly Auto Parts to the Dollar General, opening a continuous turn lane from the O'Reilly store to Hope Drive.
LAWRENCEVILLE - State Rep. Carl Rogers, R-Gainesville, spent Monday hearing from educators and members of the public on Common Core education standards, part of what he says is a long learning process on how the standards are working for Georgia schools.
One person escaped injury as a South Hall County home was seriously damaged in a fire Tuesday morning, according to Hall County Fire Services.
The first assignment for freshmen at Brenau University this year included a rare opportunity - getting to meet with former President Jimmy Carter.
There are no candidates yet for Clermont Town Council's special election set for Nov. 4.
A Gainesville man was arrested Monday in connection with manufacturing marijuana and possession of the drug with the intent to distribute.
All four men suspected of throwing rocks on cars driving on Interstate 985 last week have been arrested, according to Hall County Courthouse records.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners has canceled its 6 p.m. Thursday voting session. Its work session typically held at 3 p.m. Monday also was canceled.
Freshly painted lines and resurfaced tennis courts are now open to the public in Gainesville.
A longtime plan to build a bicycle/pedestrian path cutting through a portion of historic Chicopee Village is closer to reality.
Enrollment is up in Hall County schools, and the district is requesting funding for more classroom space to accommodate the growing number of students.
A Gainesville great, E.L. Cabbell, died Saturday at his home in Lexington, N.C.
Navigating the path to a career is a tricky process, and it's one that Georgia teenagers are being asked to start learning about early.
After a long series of tragedies and accidents, Jessica Rhodes-Touchet said she doesn't know which way to turn, but she does know whom she can lean on.