Opposition, including an online petition with hundreds of names, is growing to plans for a 21-acre South Hall County community serving developmentally disabled adults.
A digital fingerprinting unit will be available Monday through Saturday at Operation Kidsafe Safety Week in Buford.
Plans for up to 105 townhouses are proposed across from Johnson High School in Oakwood on a site considered for condominiums before a bad economy several years ago killed the project.
Haley Dunigan is trying to balance being a freshman in college and the owner of a booming business.
Colleges and universities typically have been ranked on their academic achievements, social life and postgraduate offerings.
A 2001 graduate of West Hall High School is getting national attention with her series of imaginative, illustrated children's books geared at igniting young imaginations.
A draft of the Army Corps of Engineers' long-expected water management update governing the tri-state basin including Lake Lanier is still due out this month, with public meetings planned in October and November.
In one classroom, you might find a child with dyslexia, another with autism and another with a physical disability.
Clermont celebrated its 15th annual Clermont Days Festival on Saturday, and people from north Georgia gathered for the activities throughout the day.
Three Gainesville men were arrested Friday and charged with intent to distribute more than $3,000 in synthetic marijuana as the result of a drug investigation.
Two-year-old Annabella Santa Cruz of Flowery Branch skipped around a car in downtown Gainesville on Saturday, dousing it with bright-colored paint.
Most who lined up along Green Street and E.E. Butler Parkway Saturday morning came out to watch their child - or a grandchild - twirl a baton or a march in the band.
After reading an article in The Times about Frank Chilli losing his pitbull puppy in a house fire last week, one Good Samaritan reached out and offered a new four-legged friend to help him cope.
In the center of Tadmore Elementary School is a breath of fresh air, a place where fountains splash, berries grow and hummingbirds and butterflies frequent.
A man accused of taking a PlayStation 4 from a Walmart employee's hands without paying had his charge reduced when bound over to State Court on Friday morning.
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Friends and loved ones aren't just mourning Deb Sorrow's sudden passing Friday.
Alejandro and Beth Oropeza aren't replacing just any ministry's founder.
A former Riverside Military Academy cadet filed a lawsuit in Hall County State Court claiming the school should have intervened more before he suffered a ...
The Hall County Planning Commission will meet today to review a proposal to add an assisted living/group home use, as well as permission to ...
No injuries have been reported, but many area residents are dealing with the aftermath of heavy rains that raked North Georgia this weekend.
In the early 1970s, Gus and Janelle Whalen made their first trip to Milton Martin Toyota, then located in downtown Gainesville, to buy a car.
At a Gainesville City Council meeting last month, political organizer Jerry Gonzalez ran down the racial demographics of local government personnel, comparing those figures with ...
Hall County governments have found a new, potential cash source to help fund road projects - the Georgia Transportation Infrastructure Bank.
It's not easy for parents to watch their children struggle with school work.
It's been rumored for some time that a Dunkin' Donuts would pop up on Thompson Bridge Road in Gainesville, and that speculation might soon ...
Eddie Staub couldn't fully picture it at the time, but need drives vision.
All clad in weather appropriate rain gear, Kelsey Payne, a Brenau University student from Chattanooga and several out-of-town guests left Dress Up with their hands ...
Brenau University alumnae and families of students braved wet weather Saturday to attend Homecoming and Family Weekend at the Gainesville university.
As the Petit Le Mans wraps up today and fans prepare for a rainy finish to the four-day event, officials chimed in on the economic ...
For many residential property owners, homeowners' associations are like a tetanus shot required after stepping on a nail. They serve a purpose, but can sting ...
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