After many area incumbents qualified to seek re-election on Monday, Tuesday was a light day for qualifying for this fall's municipal elections.
The Georgia Supreme Court will hear arguments next week about whether a Hall County judge should have allowed a jury to hear a 15-year-old's confession to fatally shooting a man.
Department of Natural Resources Commissioner Chris Clark said he is ready to step up the agency's tourism efforts in the state.
Many people associate September with Labor Day, but it is also National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month.
High school counselors spend countless hours coaching students through the college application process that hopefully transitions them from a high school classroom to a college lecture hall.
Flowery Branch's proposed tax rate, unchanged for the fourth straight year, likely will be passed today but possibly without the help of two of City Council's five members.
ATLANTA - Wayne Shackelford, who spent decades as a Gwinnett County administrator before leading the state Department of Transportation during the 1990s, has died.
Albert "A.D." Hayes' rise in the auto industry dates to 1953, when he ran a gas station/garage in Decatur.
Thanks to the federal stimulus bill, there could be a few more folks on the fire trucks in Gainesville.
As educators learn the H1N1 flu is more likely to afflict children and younger adults, schools and colleges are ramping up their preventative measures and educating students, parents and teachers on their role in keeping the community healthy.
Gainesville taxpayers between the ages of 70 and 72 won't be getting the same breaks on their tax bills as their county counterparts this year.
JEFFERSON - In order to prepare for the upcoming fiscal year, Jefferson officials had to make cuts to the proposed budgets offered by each department director.
Ninth District Opportunity Inc. has received a $1.8 million grant to help prevent homelessness in Northeast Georgia.
Since forming the Public Safety Department, Hall County has seen many code enforcement success stories.
Monday drew mostly incumbents seeking re-election as qualifying got started for this November's municipal races.
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It's one thing to legally possess cannabis oil for the treatment of eight approved medical conditions. It's another thing to acquire it in ...
Hall County Fire Services investigators spent Tuesday night and Wednesday trying to discover the cause of a fire destroying a 5,000-square-foot home on Lake ...
Summer's loosening grip and early hints of fall signal several important events: A return to routine, lengthened shadows cast by soaring Southern pines, and ...
Negotiations to sell a prized lot at the Gateway Industrial Centre off Ga. 365 are moving swiftly, with the Gainesville and Hall County Development Authority ...
Rates for the title ad valorem tax added in 2013 will remain at 7 percent through 2018.
Administrators of a Gainesville narcotic treatment program responded Wednesday to concerns that methadone was leaving the door unchecked.
Now that fireworks are legal in Georgia, Hall County is moving to prohibit shooting them off in local parks.
The Newtown Florist Club will meet with local law enforcement Thursday for a community conversation on racial profiling and interactions with police.
A blaze destroyed a large lake home Tuesday night in Hidden Harbor subdivision on Lake Lanier.
Tom Adam knows the lunch line isn't the only place kids get nourishment at school.
The Hall County Library System has been "stonewalled" by federal officials in its effort to launch a passport program.
Local investment professional Bob Willis has a message for anybody watching the stock market's steep decline over the past several weeks.
WHITESBURG - State environmental officials will vote Wednesday to allow less Chattahoochee River water, at times, to flow below Atlanta, a proposal that angers downstream communities ...
A Hall County Sheriff's Office deputy in pursuit of a suspect struck an ambulance Friday on Valley Creek in South Hall, leading to no ...
Health insurance policyholders might see premium increases as high as 38 percent next year, a Gainesville insurance executive told a Gainesville audience Tuesday.
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