Today is the deadline to register if you want to vote in the March 1 presidential primary.
The following organizations have reported they are closing or altering their schedules due to the forecast of winter weather (updated items in italics):
Gabriel Copeland, an 18-year-old student at Gainesville High School, grew up without a father.
Eight days after reaching a settlement in a packaging dispute, King's Hawaiian filed another lawsuit against a different baking company.
Flowery Branch residents can have their say Tuesday on what they see the South Hall County town looking like in upcoming years.
A Gainesville woman was indicted on a malice murder charge relating to a 2014 stabbing death.
Calls for Hall County to provide Spanish-language ballots for voters in the next election cycle have been rebuked by local officials despite threats to take the issue to court.
A Gainesville woman is among a group accused of participating in financial fraud schemes in and out of Georgia prisons, federal prosecutors in Atlanta say.
The forecast of freezing rain, sleet and snow has closed all area schools Friday and sent power companies into preparation for possible outages.
A man was found dead Thursday in the Oakwood Wal-Mart parking lot, but no suspicious activity is suspected, according to police.
The battle over the fate of a historic building in downtown Dahlonega will have to wait another day, thanks to wintry weather that blew through town Wednesday.
The president of the University of Georgia has plans to bestow one of the institution's highest honors upon one of Hall County's own.
Lake Lanier property owners upset over an Army Corps of Engineers decision to ban pulling water from the lake for irrigation of lawns now have reason to celebrate.
The Gainesville school district announced plans Wednesday to relocate Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy students for about a year while a new school building is built for the decades-old elementary school.
Two kids played with a gun until one took a bullet to the hip Wednesday afternoon, according to officials.
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ATLANTA - Elton Maddox, president and CEO of Oakwood-based Wayne Farms and a past U.S. Poultry & Egg Association chairman, was named USPOULTRY's Workhorse of ...
A Gainesville man is accused of sexually assaulting a woman at a Gainesville motel.
Three men are accused of entering cars around the Chestatee area, according to authorities.
Work on the new performing arts center at North High School remains on schedule for the facility to open in time for next school year.
Affordable housing will be a major consideration when Hall County and other local cities begin the arduous process this year of updating their comprehensive plans ...
Jayla Williams was born with drive.
Gainesville has named a new director of the Department of Water Resources.
A bill before the state legislature that would enact bans on assault rifles if passed has generated lots of buzz and controversy in recent weeks.
As rental rates climb, two Flowery Branch families feel stuck in the middle.
A Gainesville woman convicted last year of child sex trafficking and other charges was denied a new trial, according to court documents.
In real estate, "location, location, location" is the old adage that wins the day.
The first storm of winter left North Georgia coated with a layer of snow and ice overnight Friday into Saturday.
An Army Corps of Engineers move this past week to reverse an irrigation ban stunned but pleased Lake Lanier homeowners.
A time for action.
After all the surgeries and waiting in a lengthy legal process, Megan Seabolt watches over healthy toddler Damon Gaddis running around.
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