Northeast Georgia Health System officials began work last week to develop a checklist of traits they're looking for in a new CEO.
Call taker John Hanes recognized the sounds on the other end of his telephone line, even if he didn't know the words being spoken.
Lake Lanier Association, formed to help protect and advocate for the North Georgia reservoir, has March 9 circled in red on its calendar.
Lenny was raised in a 10-foot by 6-foot pen, with little or no food or water.
Banks County fire officials are investigating a Sunday afternoon grass fire that resulted in one firefighter being taken to the Northeast Georgia Medical Center in Gainesville.
Gainesville Christian musician Joey Nicholson jumped on the chance two years ago to send a patriotic song he had written to American troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.
In a bamboo hut by the sea, Graham Gaines listens as villagers walk by. "Bula" they yell, the Fijian greeting and wish for good health. They invite him to share a meal, but it's a customary invitation Gaines politely declines.
After 10 years of planning and designing, Gainesville's greenway is close to fruition.
Like all kindergarten students, kids in Carolina Chacon's class are learning the alphabet, numbers and simple words. But this isn't your average classroom.
Raven Lingerfelt doesn't bother running a special pen across cash. She can see fake money and feel it, too.
The recent removal of three top Hall County officials will cost the county more than $146,000 over the next six months.
Hall County Fire Services with support from the Georgia Forestry Commission are battling several open air fires, said Chief David Kimbrell.
Brenau University celebrated the opening of its new occupational therapy facility on the "Brenau East" campus Friday.
A project that once elicited contentious debate is now under way at the corner of Browns Bridge and McEver roads.
A state Senate immigration committee will be in Gainesville on Tuesday to get an idea of how people in the business community feel about immigration bills currently in the legislature.
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Hall County filed a response Wednesday to the estimated $75 million class action pension lawsuit, claiming in its motion to dismiss that it had the ...
A woman is accused of molesting a 13-year-old boy, police said.
A private development company is partnering with the city of Gainesville to raze vacant, dilapidated homes in midtown and build townhouse-style rental properties.
International economic representatives from 11 countries toured Hall County on Thursday to help them better be able to go back to their home countries and ...
When World Language Academy Co-Principal Brittney Bennett got an email about a local business possibly donating some supplies, she didn't know who, what or ...
A Flowery Branch man accused of accepting payment for tree removal work without finishing the job has been arrested in Hall County.
Metro Gainesville's unemployment rate in January ticked up to 4.8 percent, six-tenths of a percentage point higher than in December. In January 2016 ...
A Hall County Sheriff's Office car carrying a suspect to jail crashed into a van late Wednesday night when the van was turning left ...
Three people have been arrested in the shooting death of a U.S. marshal from Flowery Branch late last year.
Interstate 985 north of Queen City Parkway/Ga. 60 will be partially closed this weekend as crews resurface a bridge that crosses over CSX railroad ...
It was business as usual for music teacher Daniel Merck and his students on Wednesday as they put in a full day's work at ...
Gainesville School Board members will hold a closed-door meeting Saturday - their fourth in two weeks - as they continue their search for a new school superintendent.
Some early work has started on the new Mincey Marble site in the Gainesville Business Park off Calvary Church Road.
Authorities are warning of an entering auto spree in North Hall happening overnight along the U.S. 129/Cleveland Highway corridor.
A Flowery Branch man is accused of accepting payment for tree removal work but not finishing the job.
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