Gainesville resident Ani Pierce thinks it's a good time to be in the alarm business.
BUFORD - A former state environmental chief intimately familiar with the tri-state water wars said Tuesday night that a group of firms - including his own - have volunteered their time toward resolving the longstanding issue.
Congressional leaders from Florida, Georgia and Alabama are scheduled to meet today to discuss what role they will play in a conflict over water rights between the three states.
An early morning fire destroyed a catering business Monday on White Sulfur Road.
Gainesville police have charged four people, including three children, in the Saturday burglary of a Laura Drive home.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plans to hold a lottery Wednesday morning to determine the order of reviewing requests for Lake Lanier dock permits.
JEFFERSON - Halloween may fall just once a year, but in Jefferson, residents have found a way to create a multi-day celebration.
One local company has proved that it doesn't matter where you are - as long as you produce good work.
There's something special about entering the Museum of Inspired Learning at the da Vinci Academy at South Hall Middle School. The air crackles with energy as seventh-graders who designed museum exhibits share their wealth of knowledge with elementary schoolers - for free.
JEFFERSON - With early voting nearly over, hundreds of Jefferson voters have already cast their ballots prior to next week's elections.
A portion of Hall County's parking deck is closed due to cracks in the top floor.
New Georgia Tech President G.P. "Bud" Peterson greeted Gainesville Rotarians on Monday at the civic club's luncheon.
As jobs become more difficult to secure, many are beginning to think outside the box.
For the third time in two years, state legislators from the Georgia's 9th Congressional District will, on Wednesday, decide who will represent the district on the state transportation board.
An early morning fire destroyed a catering business on White Sulphur Road today.
North Georgia was braced for a second winter storm Friday night, but forecasts of ice accumulation didn't materialize in most areas.
For some of the smaller cities in Hall County, sales tax revenue means assistance in routine infrastructure maintenance.
Georgia's poorest residents will pay a larger share of their income this year in state and local taxes than the wealthiest earners, according to a new study from the Institute on Taxation & Economic Policy, a nonprofit Washington think tank.
A 24-year-old Forsyth County man has been indicted on one count of unlawful handling of explosive devices for a November incident at his parents' home.
The Gainesville City Council voted Friday to allocate $50,000 from the general fund contingency budget to support continued cleanup efforts in the wake of this week's ice storm, which sent trees and limbs crashing onto homes and power lines.
A Hall County man was convicted Friday in Superior Court for firing four times at another man at City Park.
Firefighters had to clear a downed tree, shuttle water, work in frigid temperatures and beware of exploding ammunition as they battled a large house fire late Thursday night.
The case against an Oakwood man accused of firing a sawed-off shotgun in the direction of Oakwood Police moved on to Superior Court on Friday morning.
Whether you've recovered from your latest bout with winter weather or not, brace yourself: More may be on the way.
It's been a tough week for all of North Georgia.
Three local entrepreneurs were inducted into the 2015 Northeast Georgia Business Hall of Fame at a banquet Thursday at the Chattahoochee Country Club in Gainesville.
For once, it's OK to sleep in church.
South Hall residents Frank and Judy Margavio don't live on Spout Springs Road but sure drive it enough.