A Flowery Branch woman has organized a motorcycle run to help raise money so those deployed in the military - such as her son Joel - can sleep with a pillow under their heads.
BLAIRSVILLE - Nearly a year has passed since Jo Ann Cornwell's daughter Kristi walked out the door of their Union County home for what was supposed to be a 30-minute walk.
Three North Hall High School alums have taken an unusual path after college, devoting their time to telling the stories of displaced Colombians.
School starts Monday, and students will be climbing onto buses during the hottest days of the summer.
A private campaign event for 9th District U.S. Rep. Tom Graves in a Gainesville subdivision was marred by a golf cart accident that left a woman in critical condition Friday night.
David White squats down next to his wife, Anita, as he drops a tiny seed into the moist soil on his farm in Lula one hot summer afternoon.
The Next Chapter Bookstore at the Main Street Market in downtown Gainesville was full of chatting and laughter Friday as Gainesville residents picked out books to add to their home collections.
More than 800 GED students graduated from Lanier Technical College's Adult Education Program on Friday night, the school's largest number yet.
While most think of fishing as a leisurely weekend activity, for some it is an exciting competitive sport.
The wreckage of a helicopter carrying two occupants that was missing since Monday night was found Friday in a heavily wooded area of Lumpkin County. There were no survivors.
An announcement Friday morning signaled a new beginning for Army Spc. Michael Walker, who came home from a deployment in Afghanistan only to find his family's East Hall home burned to the ground.
On Christmas Eve 1987, an uprising at the Hall County jail brought out every available officer to quell the rioting and put out the fires, literally, as 30 agitated inmates took over a cell block.
Everything fell into place for this weekend's FLW Outdoors' Forrest Wood Cup.
If there is one thing Hall County has learned from the recession, it's that the unexpected will happen.
Bullets flew by overhead just before 24-year-old Josh De Avila felt the impact in his back.
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Clermont may have little wiggle room to conduct town business between Jan. 1 and March 1, when the North Hall County town holds a special ...
The French flag, alongside the American flag, hung against the front glass doors at West Hall High School, illuminated by flickering candlelight.
The following are a few ways to help your neighbor this holiday season. If you have information about such an effort, email the details to ...
The U.S. House of Representatives will vote this week on whether to halt the resettlement of 10,000 Syrian refugees in the country over ...
Video evidence and a trial attorney's effectiveness were at the center of testimony Tuesday in a motion for a new trial for a man ...
A kindergarten teacher at Chicopee Woods Elementary School is the top educator this year in the Hall County School District.
Whether the industry is big or small, many company leaders feel there's one common denominator that makes a business successful: having good people.
The homeless living beneath the Queen City Bridge in Gainesville are finally drying out after floodwaters swamped their encampment following recent heavy rains. Now the ...
No injuries were reported as a 4,100-square-foot house in the 5000 block of Latty Road in Lula was 75-percent damaged in a fire Monday ...
Montine Whelchel Smith, who has a trip to Paris written on her bucket list, said the feelings of love will overpower hatred after attacks Friday ...
Lula's new state designation as a "PlanFirst" community could help the northeast Hall County city save some money as it pushes ahead with planning ...
Facing the first fire of his career, Sean Robertson walked hand in hand Monday with Hall County Fire Services Battalion Chief Tyler Dorsey.
Full results of the Georgia Milestones are in, and scores across the board are lower than those of previous assessments.
Chickens slowed traffic in the heart of Gainesville, the poultry capital of the world, Monday night.
When protesters at the University of Missouri forced the school's president to resign last week after his perceived mishandling of racist incidents on campus ...
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