For busy parents, carving out a few memory-making moments with their children can sometimes be difficult.
You may wake up to a wintry mix of rain, snow and sleet this morning, but the morning commute shouldn't be a problem as temperatures are expected to remain well above freezing throughout Northeast Georgia.
JEFFERSON - While waiting to hear from the Georgia Department of Transportation, the City of Jefferson has closed a portion of Martin Luther King Jr. Drive.
Laurel Park's first major fishing tournament is coming soon.
A Dawson County man was among 10 World War II veterans from the Southeastern United States honored recently in Atlanta.
With a couple of anniversaries to celebrate, Boy Scouts served up dishes of peach cobbler cooked in kettles over a fire and showcased other skills Sunday at First Baptist Church on Green Street.
A rainy winter, with more wetness on the way in Northeast Georgia, has been a good thing for Hall County firefighters.
HOSCHTON - Fresh produce, local art and other handmade goods are among the items people can find inside the recently revamped Hoschton Farmers Market.
Everyone wants to be an energy star.
Want to take a virtual stroll down memory lane? Get nosy in a new neighborhood? Walk along a street 2,000 miles away without leaving your computer?
Today is a special day for Ken Hale, Brittany Goss, Charles Joseph and all the other long-suffering members of Who Dat Nation.
JEFFERSON - Becky Davis has spent the better part of the last year and a half working to enact legislation to prevent what happened to her dogs from happening to anyone else.
Bowling champions, basketball stars and many other athletes reunited Saturday at the Chicopee Woods Agricultural Center for Special Olympics Day in Gainesville and Hall County.
The owner of a local home for men seeking treatment for drug and alcohol addictions is making what may be his third unsuccessful attempt to operate legally in the city.
JEFFERSON - Dave Cuddy spent years in the business world, but in 2002, he decided to abandon that life for one in the classroom.
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The first phase of Brenau University's athletic complex is finished.
Days after his trip, Bryan Herrera can still remember the Stewart Detention Center detainee's name and identification number.
The wildfires and accompanying smoke in the Southeast have led to phones ringing all over Northeast Georgia.
There's nothing quite like seeing a project come to fruition.
With the stress of travel and spectacle of parades and super-sales, it can be easy to forget the true spirit of Thanksgiving - giving thanks and ...
A brush fire on the outskirts of Hoschton temporarily closed Braselton Highway as firefighters worked to put out the flames.
The city of Gainesville is teaming up with the Georgia Municipal Association for the 57th annual Mayors' Motorcade.
Gainesville's unemployment rate in October stayed the same as September at 4.4 percent, according to the Georgia Department of Labor.
When Gainesville Police Officer Jeremy Edge and his partner Alex head out to track a potentially armed and dangerous suspect, the two will be wearing ...
Riverside Military Academy President Col. William Gallagher will visit one alumnus who suffered serious injuries in a bombing this month in Afghanistan.
Some local charities did better than others for Georgia Gives Day, but all benefited from the Nov. 17 event that raised more than $4 million ...
A Gainesville man was killed after failing to yield the right of way on his bike when turning onto Harmony Church Road on Friday morning ...
Employers no longer have to worry about how to pay some salaried employees overtime, which may not be well-received by some employees.
When Thanksgiving leftovers are safely tucked away in the fridge, some choose to head out into the November chill for doorbusters and deals.
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