Hall County is reviewing a number of proposed changes to its business license code to streamline the collection of fees and have its budget better reflect the revenues due.
University of North Georgia President Bonita. C. Jacobs has announced the school will extend the spring semester calendar by four days to May 1 to make up for days lost to winter weather.
Even 200 yards away, Eric Isom said he knew immediately that the Lake Lanier collision was dire.
As snow and freezing rain pelted Hall County early in the week, some students grabbed their laptops instead of grabbing their homemade sleds.
After three days of closures, local government reopened Friday to begin assessing the full impact of the snow and ice storm on operations, all while handling a backlog of administrative work and requests for services from residents.
Valentine's Day was a special occasion for the ladies at Performance Foodservice Milton's in Oakwood. While some companies may have treated the holiday like any other workday, men at the food distribution company went all out to ensure female employees were treated like queens.
The Gainesville City Schools system has received an award based on its work through a collaborative learning template from the University of California-Los Angeles.
A moderate earthquake struck after 10 p.m. Friday, shaking homes throughout northern and eastern Georgia.
The Shanghai Circus performance that was postponed Thursday by the winter storm and rescheduled for Sunday now has been canceled.
Winter-weary North Georgians may not welcome yet another sight of snowflakes after this week's winter storm, but the forecast calls for flurries in the area overnight.
Events slated for Thursday night in Gainesville were canceled because of poor road conditions.
With temperatures hitting upper 40s and rain on the way, the ground may turn from white to wet. But area residents who venture out early Friday might take extra care.
Hall County firefighters battled a couple of house fires Thursday afternoon.
Local nonprofits and community groups spent Thursday rebooting services for those in need as the storm lifted and the big thaw set in.
A man suffered smoke inhalation Wednesday after going back inside a burning shop to help a family member who was on his way out, Hall County firefighters said.
Kya Nicholson wasn't shy about showing off some of her new dance moves.
Championing fiscal responsibility, personal accountability and government transparency, South Hall farmer and businesswoman Kathy Cooper announced Thursday her candidacy for the District 1 seat on the Hall County Board of Commissioners.
HELEN - There's environmental green and dollar green, and both got heavy chatter at Thursday's Lake Lanier Stakeholders meeting.
Gainesville is retiring the Red Rabbit name for its transit line and rolling out new buses with a rebranded design that officials say gives the public transportation service a more modern look.
Residents expressed a wide range of opinions on widening U.S. 129 in North Hall - often depending on how they were affected - at a Thursday night meeting, but comments were commonly followed by "if the road ever gets built."
Despite emotional pleas from residents concerned about impact on traffic and schools, the Hall County Board of Commissioners on Thursday unanimously approved rezoning land along Spout Springs Road in South Hall to allow for the development of a 352-unit apartment complex and limited commercial use.
The Gainesville Jaycees make a special effort to keep under wraps the identities of the Young Man and Young Woman of the Year recipients.
Local personal care home Summer's Landing at Limestone held Olympics this week at its Windward Lane facility.
Attorneys for a man accused of malice murder in the death of a young child have filed a motion in Hall County Superior Court saying the charges violate their client's right to not be subject to double jeopardy.
Chestatee High School senior Dennis Head already has a clear plan for the next eight years of his life.
As a double-decker tour bus pulled up to the Senior Life Center in Gainesville at dawn Wednesday, the promise of a trip to the state Capitol in Atlanta and an opportunity to address lawmakers energized two dozen senior citizens who were gathering.
The temperature was cool outside, but it was hot, hot, hot inside Wednesday evening at the University of North Georgia men's basketball game.