Willard Wrecker Service in Buford has yet to work any Hall County wrecks related to a state road-clearing program.
A Dawson County sheriff's employee is on unpaid administrative leave following his arrest over the weekend on suspicion of driving under the influence.
A partially opened stretch of Ga. 347/Lanier Islands Parkway in South Hall County won't fully open April 14, as hoped.
The Gainesville Administrative Services Department will get a little leaner in the 2015 fiscal year as the human resources division splits off into its own department.
Brenau University will get new residence facilities, a laboratory and field house as the result of a $62.5 million spending plan approved by its Board of Trustees.
Education collides with real-world business experience in the Chestatee Marketplace.
Gainesville City Council will meet today to hear two proposed ordinance amendments that will loosen restrictions on businesses hoping to open in the city.
More than 50 businesses and industries are expected to participate Wednesday in the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce's annual job fair.
This week's weather is predicted to be beautiful, unless you're an allergy sufferer.
The Gainesville Human Resources and Risk Management Department will go it alone in the coming fiscal year, but its mission and funding priorities won't change much.
Some ran, some walked, some got a bit winded.
Area residents have a couple of chances to hear from Hall County officials about lakefront property reassessments, which might come as sticker shock for some.
A decrease in maintenance staff and competitive pricing have led the Hall County School District to outsource a variety of services.
ATLANTA - A judge has ruled Gov. Nathan Deal doesn't have to testify in the civil case of a former state ethics commission employee who alleges retaliation for investigating complaints against the governor.
A partnership between the Gainesville Nonprofit Development Foundation and Habitat for Humanity of Hall County to build and rehabilitate homes and neighborhoods across Gainesville is beginning to pay big dividends.
U.S. Rep. Doug Collins, R-Gainesville argued Wednesday before the House Armed Service Committee for control of Camp Frank D. Merrill near Dahlonega to be transferred from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to the Department of Defense.
Aurelio Guzman has fond childhood memories of the El Sombrero Mexican Restaurant on Thompson Bridge Road in Gainesville.
Two former Hall County Sheriff's Office employees have entered into mediation with three then-inmates alleging civil rights violations in a Dec. 22, 2010, incident at the jail.
A tentative May trial date has been set for three Gainesville residents accused in a child sex trafficking case in Hall County Superior Court.
It may seem an odd pairing: College students, from the nearby University of North Georgia's Gainesville campus, showing older adults at the Senior Life Center how to bowl digitally.
Thomas Funk of Gainesville has been missing since Oct. 1, 2011, and his family and the Hall County Sheriff's Office want answers.
A mobile home was damaged by a fire early Wednesday but the residents escaped safely.
Mike Banks, a Gainesville native and banker, was honored by the University of North Georgia on Tuesday during a luncheon at the Lanier Technical College Forsyth Conference Center in Cumming.
Customized, personalized education was the common theme as parents gathered to learn more about an online learning option for their children.
The Georgia Mountains Regional Commission-Workforce Development is bringing on-the-job training to Cornelia next week.
Power was restored to thousands of customers who were left without electricity when a car hit a power pole just before 3 p.m. according to Jackson EMC.
A year later, authorities said there have been no developments in the homicide investigation of a Flowery Branch man who was killed in Griffin.