In 1908, Theodore Roosevelt was president, World War I hadn't yet begun, airplanes and cars had just recently been invented and the Chicago Cubs won their last World Series.
Theresa Panter was a regular runner in the Boston Marathon. Her husband, Allan, was in town to support her. As she neared the end of the race, Allan took his place near the finish line, ready to cheer her on.
The "See Rock City" barn sign in north Forsyth County will remain after the county dropped its case over the alleged infraction.
The occupants of a burning home on Hancock Avenue in Gainesville escaped unhurt Friday afternoon.
After rejecting $400,000 in annual federal grant money last week to help operate the area's Red Rabbit fixed bus service, the Hall County Board of Commissioners will take another look at accepting the grant money at its work session Monday.
The Hall County Sheriff's Office is making it easier for hearing-impaired inmates to communicate with visitors.
The driver of a Corvette and three students were injured Friday when the car collided with a Hall County school bus on Thompson Bridge Road.
The state board of elections will meet next month to decide what action, if any, to take after a preliminary investigation by the Secretary of State's office found 14 potential violations of election law in connection with last July's general primary in Hall County.
A tornado touched down Friday in Newton County, leaving several homes and businesses damaged and one person injured.
More than 200 students from Hall County high schools competed in the kick beep ball games at the Mulberry Park Community Center. The game consisted of kicking a ball while blindfolded to an opposing team that was also blindfolded. The runner then goes toward a beeping target after kicking the ball while the other team tries to pick up the beeping ball and turn it off before the runner gets to the target. The event ...
The giant bump in the gym floor at Centennial Arts Academy in Gainesville is no more. Repairs on the floor damaged by flooding on Jan. 1 have been completed, and students are again able to use the school gym. A leak in the roof over the winter holidays led to buckling of the wooden floorboards in the building. The Gainesville City Board of Education approved repairs to the gym's roof and floor at a February ...
Theresa Panter was a regular runner in the Boston Marathon. Her husband, Allan, was in town to support her. As she near the end of the race, Allan took his place near the finish line.
The Hall County elections office committed 14 violation of state election law during last year's July primary, a preliminary investigation by the Georgia Secretary of State's office has concluded.
Four Democratic and four Republican senators formally unveiled a sweeping immigration bill Thursday at a news conference attended by traditional opponents from big business and labor, and conservative and liberal groups.
All of Gainesville's roads seemed to lead back to Green Street during a two-hour public discussion Thursday night of the city's traffic trouble spots.
On the surface, it seems like an obscure water project in a far corner of the state with no impact on the Hall County area.
Students at UNG's Dahlonega campus graduated this weekend, with colleges holding separate ceremonies between Friday and today. The College of Arts and Letters ceremony was held Friday night, the College of Science and Mathematics and the Mike Cottrell College of Business held ceremonies separately Saturday. Today, the College of Health Professions and College of Education students will earn their diplomas.
LULA - Four years ago, Shannon Jenrette wanted to do something to give back to those in the military and honor the memory of her late husband, Maj. Kevin M. Jenrette, who was killed in action June 4, 2009, while serving in Afghanistan.
Nine AmeriCorps volunteers were honored Saturday afternoon by grateful city groups and environmental conservationists at Linwood Nature Preserve in Gainesville.
Savannah Schneider, a senior at West Hall High School, has already taken a class to start college life at Georgia Tech.
When Marett Peets first heard about Scotland's University of St. Andrews at a seventh-grade college fair, she thought it would be an interesting place to study but an unlikely place for her to land.
Most mornings Aaron Mullican is on the lake before sunrise and returns as the day is ending.
After two years of taking college-level, International Baccalaureate courses in high school, Ariana Cervantes is looking forward to spending a little time outside of the classroom.
The idea of pursuing a degree in mathematics at a school like Columbia University in New York is a big step for anyone.
If there's a criminal case to be solved, Cassidy Webber hopes to be the brains behind it.
For a senior at Riverside Military Academy who enjoys history, there is no better place than the U.S. Military Academy.
At the beginning of his high school career, Alex Hall switched from a focus on sports to a focus on learning guitar. Ever since he picked it up, the music has taken him places he never imagined he would be at graduation time.
Li Cohen used to hate science.
For 12 years, Robert Bland, a senior at Flowery Branch High School, has made a mission trip to Nicaragua.
Jeremiah Castleberry is planning to give every aspect of the engineering field a try.