A hearing Tuesday night on Hall County's proposed 2040 Metropolitan Transportation Plan quickly intersected with another major roads issue - a planned statewide vote in August 2012 on a 1-cent tax for transportation.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners may have found a source of untapped revenue.
When it comes to weather forecasting, the more data, the better.
Gov. Nathan Deal says he won't cut the state's prekindergarten program to a half-day after an outcry from parents and teachers.
Heritage Academy in Braselton will host a community open house from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday.
While the 2010 census numbers for Georgia have yet to be released, estimates issued Monday by the U.S. Census Bureau gave a sneak peak of what Hall County could expect.
More than half of Lyman Hall Elementary School's third-graders say they eat an apple each day to keep the doctor away.
An overhaul of the Gainesville City School's data management systems could happen in the near future, Gainesville Superintendent Merrianne Dyer said Monday.
As part of a nearly $5 million overhaul, new traffic signs are on the way for Interstate 985, Interstate 85 and Ga. 365 in Hall and surrounding counties.
Flowery Branch employees have a new health insurance policy.
The Gainesville Kiwanis Club is accepting nominations for its Youth Service Award, which recognizes someone who provides dedicated, outstanding service to local youth.
A funeral service is set today for Cornelia Municipal Court Judge Steven Adams, who died Friday in an accident involving an all-terrain vehicle.
Residents in two Barrow County cities are asking for chickens in their backyard, but Gainesville officials don't see any change in their pet ordinance any time soon.
As part of an overall effort to improve trail quality, the U.S. Forest Service will hold a public meeting Tuesday to seek comment on management of the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest.
More than 1,300 runners and walkers from across North Georgia ran a race Sunday at Riverside Military Academy to raise money for a local nonprofit organization.
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Jacob Greer has at least one very good reason to be thankful on Father's Day.
A junior at Flowery Branch High School will be the first student from her school to compete at the national conference of the Technology Student ...
Gainesville recovered nearly 59 million gallons of water in the first five years of a leak detection program, saving an estimated $126,000 in the ...
A federal magistrate judge recommended this month the dismissal of a lawsuit challenging the immigration program in place at the Hall County Jail, according to ...
Whether it's a piece of art, a limited edition print or a family heirloom, preserving it properly is important to those who own it.
The classic R&B group The Four Tops performed Saturday night at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, A Smithgall Woodland Legacy in Gainesville, giving concertgoers musical ...
The Arts Council and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra celebrated its 40th annual Gainesville show Saturday with a night of light orchestral pieces under the stars ...
A legislative working group, perhaps hoping to spawn the next Allman Brothers Band, REM or Outkast, will review possible tax incentives for the Georgia music ...
A Braselton woman is collecting "love notes" to send to the families and friends of the victims of Sunday's fatal attack at a gay ...
A Hall County native was named a "Daisy" award winner earlier this month at Emory Hospital.
Lanier Technical College held its 2016 commencement Friday night at Free Chapel, awarding 235 degrees, 394 diplomas and 631 certificates.
All the kids are doing it.
A former Hall County Fire Services battalion chief denied any sort of intimidation or threats of county employees, his attorney said Friday.
A 61-year-old man was indicted this month on a charge of rape from 2013, according to authorities.
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