A proposed youth community center in a northeast Forsyth neighborhood sparked tense discussion before clearing the Forsyth County planning board last week.
More than 500 local families will be getting supplementary food this summer, thanks to the new Summer Kids Feeding Project.
Women in the United States received the right to vote when the 19th Amendment was passed in 1920. But in the 91 years since, they have made relatively small strides into entering public service.
The U.S. Supreme Court has broadened rules allowing officers to break into residences without warrants, but it's a ruling Gainesville police say likely won't change the way they operate.
Juanita Nicely craved cocaine four years ago. Now she leads support groups and helps others with their addictions.
Like a college sports team that always draws the big recruits, it seems Lake Lanier can always be counted on to attract large summer crowds.
The first big holiday weekend of the summer season at Lake Lanier produced the first tragedy when a teenager drowned Saturday at Burton Mill Park in South Hall County.
Monday brings the annual Memorial Day parade that is a delight for spectators but can cause headaches for motorists.
Today's kids may use their thumbs more than their arms and legs, but that doesn't mean they wouldn't put down the controller for a real bow and arrow or fishing pole.
Amid poolside barbecues, family vacations and day trips, officials are reminding residents to stay safe on the roads.
As the mercury on the thermometers stretches higher, it can mean only one thing for Lake Lanier law enforcement - time to scrape the cobwebs off the citation books.
Once Hall County commissioners vote on a final budget in upcoming weeks, they'll turn their eyes to the county's landfill fund.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners now has three choices to consider for the 2012 fiscal year: drastically cut expenses, raises taxes or fall somewhere in the middle.
Ava White knows how to teach slow readers, and she wants to help Hall County's students on a large scale.
Storms whipped through the region Thursday night bringing some much needed rain but also some damage and power outages.
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The first phase of Brenau University's athletic complex is finished.
Days after his trip, Bryan Herrera can still remember the Stewart Detention Center detainee's name and identification number.
The wildfires and accompanying smoke in the Southeast have led to phones ringing all over Northeast Georgia.
There's nothing quite like seeing a project come to fruition.
With the stress of travel and spectacle of parades and super-sales, it can be easy to forget the true spirit of Thanksgiving - giving thanks and ...
A brush fire on the outskirts of Hoschton temporarily closed Braselton Highway as firefighters worked to put out the flames.
The city of Gainesville is teaming up with the Georgia Municipal Association for the 57th annual Mayors' Motorcade.
Gainesville's unemployment rate in October stayed the same as September at 4.4 percent, according to the Georgia Department of Labor.
When Gainesville Police Officer Jeremy Edge and his partner Alex head out to track a potentially armed and dangerous suspect, the two will be wearing ...
Riverside Military Academy President Col. William Gallagher will visit one alumnus who suffered serious injuries in a bombing this month in Afghanistan.
Some local charities did better than others for Georgia Gives Day, but all benefited from the Nov. 17 event that raised more than $4 million ...
A Gainesville man was killed after failing to yield the right of way on his bike when turning onto Harmony Church Road on Friday morning ...
Employers no longer have to worry about how to pay some salaried employees overtime, which may not be well-received by some employees.
When Thanksgiving leftovers are safely tucked away in the fridge, some choose to head out into the November chill for doorbusters and deals.
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