LAWRENCEVILLE - The crowd applauded politely when Lefty pitched on Monday. It was a far cry from the heat he threw as a member of the 1943 Atlanta Crackers.
Nurses and school resource officers will remain in the infirmaries and hallways of Hall County schools next school year.
Maranatha Christian Academy was burglarized of nearly $12,000 this weekend.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - A federal judge on Monday complained that a protracted battle over three states' claim to water flowing from a reservoir near Atlanta has been taking place in "never-never land."
Hall County Commissioner Ashley Bell received a very unusual phone call Friday - it was a White House secretary, asking if he could make it for a poetry slam Tuesday.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners discussed increasing code enforcement efforts in a number of areas at Monday morning's work session.
Higher fuel prices may be a harbinger of a recovering economy.
FLOWERY BRANCH - Flowery Branch's Better Hometown program could have used a bigger train depot Monday night.
Superior Court Judge Kathlene F. Gosselin, Northeastern Judicial Circuit, Gainesville, has been named the president-elect of the Council of Superior Court Judges.
Proposed changes to the Jefferson noise ordinance were met with little public comment during the City Council meeting on Monday.
Rezoning and annexation hearings are set for Thursday for five properties clustered around the busy intersection of Hog Mountain Road and Spout Springs Road in South Hall.
JEFFERSON - The Jackson County airport will be getting new hangars thanks to a loan from the Jackson County Commission.
When it comes to cooking, in most households that responsibility typically falls on the matriarch's shoulders.
Unless you bought the "forever" stamps, you may need some 1 cent stamps. Starting today, the cost of a first-class stamp increases to 44 cents.
As the associate superintendent of Jefferson City Schools, Sherri Gibney-Sherman knows that she has to be prepared to handle the unknown.
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United States labeling requirements that force meatpackers to list where animals were born, raised and slaughtered have stirred ire among countries that feel the mandates are discriminatory.
Residents around Riverside Drive and Island Drive in Gainesville have reported sightings of a possible rabid coyote, an animal whose population is on the rise in North Georgia.
A large, unoccupied houseboat in Buford caught fire Friday morning after suspected electrical malfunctions, authorities said.
Braselton residents don't have to wait until opening day to get their first taste from the city's new Bojangles'.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners on Thursday approved a mixed-use development in South Hall near the new Northeast Georgia Medical Center in Braselton, as well as disbanding the Civil Service Board and changing business licensing fees.
Clermont Town Council voted Thursday to OK a law regulating the sale and use of consumer fireworks, acting under a state law taking effect Wednesday that expands their sale and use.
Citing an unfavorable market, an Oakwood-based poultry producer has withdrawn its planned initial stock offering.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners voted 3-2 on Thursday night to approve a $93.6 million general fund budget for the 2016 fiscal year with no tax increase.
A widespread search for the new president and chief executive officer of North Georgia Community Foundation has begun.
A Cleveland man was arrested following a two-week undercover investigation for electronic enticement of a child, authorities said.
Latino and African-American political organizers will meet Monday afternoon for what is being called a historic alliance to protest Gainesville's at-large voting system.
Plans are moving forward for a large development on Dawsonville Highway, where Hobby Lobby, Chipotle and Academy Sports + Outdoors are all slated to open this fall or winter.
More than 412,000 Georgians can receive federal tax subsidies designed to make health insurance affordable after the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the nationwide assistance in a ruling Thursday.
Pauline Ivey couldn't afford to get a higher education, but she wanted to make sure others could.
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