Drivers passing through Gainesville this weekend should note a new route as roads close for Sunday's Christmas on Green Street event.
After Janice Bradley receives her next unemployment benefits check, she may pack up her belongings, lock the door on her Gainesville home and move north to live with her father in Illinois.
If you've got a few book lovers on your holiday shopping list, then the Hall Book Exchange may have just the thing for you.
A Lake Lanier advocacy group plans to announce the results of an economic impact study Tuesday.
A Gainesville native had a hand this week in U.S. military exercises with South Korea, as an international crisis loomed with communist North Korea.
As Karl Kiel spoke before a group of sixth-graders on Thursday, there was one word he used over and over - brainwashed.
Gainesville employees may be receiving too much when it comes to vacation and sick leave, council members said Thursday morning.
The town of Clermont has decided to withdraw its appeal of the ruling in the North Hall library lawsuit.
Gainesville's public utilities staff could take on new responsibilities in January when it comes to adding sewer and water extensions to the city's system.
Two North Georgia tourism sites will add new employees and complete much-awaited projects thanks to nearly $18,000 in state grant money they were awarded in November.
As John Barge, state school superintendent-elect, transitions to office this January, he'll have some help from Hall County.
If you haven't started your holiday decorating, you may want to make plans to attend the annual Festival of Trees on Saturday.
Thanks to some federal dollars, Gainesville's police officers will stay safe while on duty for several years to come.
The Hall County Sheriff's Office hasn't been able to speak yet to the 19-year-old victim of a shooting at his South Hall home.
With a new legislative session on the horizon, county governments are preparing their wish lists.
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A little boy looked up at a towering, blow-up water slide. His friend was afraid to climb it, but the boy had words of advice.
Up to five craftsman-style cottages are planned along Mulberry Street, a largely undeveloped and heavily wooded area off Atlanta Highway in Flowery Branch.
The Dunkin' Donuts on Thompson Bridge Road opened for the first time Tuesday.
A 110-unit active adult community off Spring Road and McEver Road in Gainesville is a step closer to development.
Despite protests from neighboring businesses, the Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board gave its OK Tuesday night to a Golden Corral restaurant off Browns Bridge Road ...
A new hotel can build closer to Flat Creek in Gainesville than normally allowed but not to the extent that was first planned.
The fate of the historic Jeremiah Payne House, also known as the Parks Clothing building, in downtown Dahlonega is slowly getting etched in stone.
Teresa Arriaga will remember the way her 16-year-old cousin Luis Carmona-Zepeda got $80 for his birthday and didn't use it for himself. He spent ...
A Winder man is accused of impersonating an Atlanta police officer in May when pulled over in Oakwood, according to police.
Gainesville's Board of Education discussed the Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy building project at a June 2 called meeting because "new information from the faculty ...
Lake Lanier is the biggest tourist attraction for Hall County and much of North Georgia, and it takes a team to manage visitors to it ...
Camaraderie and pulling together as a unit to get the job done were cited by veterans as dominant experiences of their time in the military.
Georgia Department of Natural Resources officials identified a Maryland man killed in a boating incident Sunday evening on Lake Lanier.
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