Nearly eight years ago, Gainesville's Jeff Davis strongly advocated letting voters decide whether they wanted to keep the contentious 1956 Georgia flag, which featured the rebel emblem.
Hall County's new attorney has some big shoes to fill - his own.
Citing an example from a former colleague, Forsyth County's Chief Superior Court judge likened the criminal legal process to a funnel.
When it comes to moving kids from place to place, the Hall County Schools System may be treading on new ground compared to other systems around the state.
London may be 4,000 miles away but that didn't stop Jan Hensley and Evelyn Stafford from throwing their own party Friday alongside England's royal wedding ceremony.
From his desk at the Action Ministries-Gainesville office, Steve Napier sees the perils of poverty first hand as clients come in struggling to pay their rent or keep the electricity on.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners decided Thursday to defer impact fee collection until a certificate of occupancy is issued for a building.
Gainesville city staff is planning for the next round of Community Development Block Grant funds, but they are expecting fewer dollars than ever before.
Gainesville and Hall County firefighters know the secret behind building the pyramids in Egypt.
Interim Jackson County Manager Leonard Myers is evaluating money spent on the former I.W. Davis Correctional Institute's transformation into the Jackson County Correctional Institute.
A burn ban goes into effect Sunday as a precautionary measure to reduce ozone pollutants.
More than a month remains before Dawson County property tax assessments go out, but local officials are bracing for at least a 10 percent drop in collections.
A lot of kids in Hall County have a reason to smile today, thanks in part to Gov. Nathan Deal.
To help their peers get the inside track on how to succeed as professional women, Tiffani Poole and Tatiana Madera organized a Secrets of Successful Women Seminar.
Gainesville's ZF Group was honored Thursday as one of Georgia's manufacturers of the year for what many say is the company's spirit of continual innovation.
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Update: The tornado warning has expired.
The Hall County Sheriff's Office is accepting donations for those affected by the Tennessee wildfires that killed three, destroyed countless homes and businesses and ...
A skunk was found to be rabid after contact with a dog in North Hall, Hall County Animal Control learned on Monday.
Lula officials are working to figure out what the rules will be for restaurants selling liquor, beer and wine after the city's voters approved ...
A former Lanier Charter Career Academy student accused of threatening to get "the chopper out and make Columbine look childish" will take his case to ...
Heather Feldman has been named executive director of the Georgia Mountains Regional Commission. She had served as the interim executive director since August before being ...
The University System of Georgia's African-American Male Initiative will fund a course this spring at the University of North Georgia aimed at helping African-American ...
While the uproar over this year's holiday cups at Starbucks is a bit quieter than last year, it still exists.
A Monday night fire that destroyed the family home of a prominent local businessman has reignited a dispute between some Hall County and Gainesville officials ...
Work on a pedestrian/bicycling tunnel under Atlanta Highway/Ga. 13 near the Georgia Department of Labor could begin in early December.
Fire destroyed the expansive lakeside home of community leaders Philip and Mary Hart Wilheit.
The American flag has been flying in front of Matthew Youngelman's home since he moved to Summer Creek Estates off Lee Land Road.
Georgia Department of Transportation crews worked to repair a water main under Ga. 11/U.S. 129 near Casper Drive on Monday night, leading to ...
The holidays are a time for giving. What better way to spread holiday cheer than volunteering?
The Times is planning coverage of the 75th anniversary of Japan's Dec. 7 attack on Pearl Harbor.
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