Editor's note: Brandee Thomas is a reporter for The Times who for many years has been one of the enthusiastic shoppers out early on Black Friday mornings. This year was no different, and here she shares her love for great deals.
Greg Cochran says in his workout routines he prefers lifting objects such as tires and sledgehammers to the usual dumbbells. And the 40-year-old recently proved to be pretty good at it.
The Georgia State Patrol has stepped up patrols this weekend for the busiest travel period of the year.
The "Dirty Dozen" sat down to eat Thursday, fitting in a bite of Thanksgiving between medical and fire calls.
While Gene Beckstein recovered from surgery, volunteers carried out his Thanksgiving Day tradition of feeding hundreds of hungry mouths.
Northeast Georgia will need some healthy rainfall within the next few weeks, state climatologist David Stooksbury said.
Nothing settled in court is cheap.
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Big-box retailers may have their annual Black Friday deals, but smaller businesses have their day in the sun, too.
Each year, the Christmas Is One Language concert draws quite a crowd, between 700 and 900 people, organizers say.
The last group left to move into Gainesville's new public safety complex, Municipal Court, is settling in before holding the first court date next week.
For more than a decade, 83-year-old Ellen Rogers has helped the less fortunate have a traditional Thanksgiving meal to eat.
As others slow down for the holiday season, Congress is taking one last shot at tackling some big issues during its final session of the year.
Hundreds of cheers and hands went into the air when Jeff Underwood drove the U.S. Capitol Christmas tree into the downtown Dahlonega square Wednesday night.
In the spirit of Black Friday, the Humane Society of Northeast Georgia will be cutting 50 percent off of the adoption fee for all pets at the shelter.
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State labor numbers show Hall County's jobless number ticked up a bit in January, but that increase has officials far from worried.
The Humane Society of Northeast Georgia is closing in on its fundraising goal for the Howard-Oliver Bark Park, which will expand and improve the play ...
Dismantling the Affordable Care Act has become like political sport in Washington, with Republicans and Democrats duking it out and pundits also in the fray.
S&H Uniform Service owner Ricky Stone has been running the family business for more than 35 years.
This summer, Brenau University student Razia Hussaini plans to fly home to Afghanistan. But she is unsure about making the return trip.
Sixteen young people were recognized Saturday evening by the Grady Young Foundation, Inc. for their hard work, good academic standing, positive attitudes and commitments to ...
In a few months, Cecelia Tatro will be heading to Washington, D.C. for the first time and she can hardly wait.
Buster Brown is addicted to falconry. To him, the sport is more than just hunting with a bird; it's about the care of the ...
Saturday morning began with a bang at Chicopee Woods Agricultural Center as children and law enforcement officials lined up with BB guns in a friendly ...
NEW YORK - Five stores in Georgia, but none in North Georgia, among the 138 locations J.C. Penney announced Friday it will shutter in the ...
A Dahlonega man has been charged with DUI following a single-vehicle crash Friday night on Ga. 60/Thompson Bridge Road in Gainesville that injured all ...
Darla Gibson hugged more than a dozen high school students who showed up Friday to dedicate her dream house at the Habitat for Humanity subdivision.
A grand jury returned a more serious charge of attempted murder for a Gainesville man accused of shooting an acquaintance multiple times.
A Flowery Branch man is accused of stabbing an acquaintance in the chest, leg and face, according to authorities.
Excelling and making a difference was a common theme among the five women who shared their stories with attendees of Brenau University's fourth annual ...
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