Lisa Bradley didn't worry much about crime in her neighborhood until earlier this year.
It's Friday night at East Hall Stadium. The Vikings are on the field, raring to be let loose on their opponents.
Hall County officials now believe some 3,700 county business license holders won't have to appear in person for 2012 renewals.
Gainesville High School students were given an overview of the most pressing issues in public safety Thursday as part of the Georgia Board of Public Safety's monthly meeting.
More than 30 individuals met in Gainesville Wednesday morning with one goal in mind: Tackling childhood hunger.
Culinary arts students at Lanier Charter Career Academy will have different roles over the next two weeks.
Residents of South Hall's cities will have to vote at two precincts if they want to cast ballots in all the Nov. 8 elections.
Local law enforcement officials say a cut in federal funding means the Multi-Agency Narcotics Squad and Gang Task Force will focus more on local cases and not on state and federal ones.
Commissioner Scott Gibbs' former home in Lula is in foreclosure, a result of a breakdown in negotiations between the commissioner and his bank over a loan repayment plan.
Roger Walters checks another health concern off his list Wednesday as he visits interactive booths at the fifth annual HealthSmart Expo.
A museum showcasing Civil War Gen. James Longstreet, who spent much of his post-war days in Gainesville, is set to open today in the East Tennessee community of Russellville.
University System of Georgia Chancellor Hank Huckaby is hopeful that Georgia's 35 public colleges and universities will receive full funding for fiscal year 2013 regardless of talk about consolidation.
At first glance you would never know James Pass has a disability.
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Every president entering office has bumpy times getting a staff in place, "and we're seeing a little bit of that" from President Donald Trump ...
Community donations to Gainesville schools topped $53,000 during the second quarter ending Dec. 31.
The familiar NBG logo is gone from the Gainesville bank's brick exterior, but officials at the new State Bank and Trust Co. taking over ...
Christy Crumbley's company doesn't look for lonely roads to put up a storefront.
Two lanes of cars stretched bumper to bumper from the main entrance of Centennial Arts Academy as parents and other legal guardians waited in line ...
Payouts from another government employee retirement plan in Georgia are nearly triple what is received by the lead plaintiff in a $75 million class-action lawsuit ...
Never stop moving.
HELEN - When most people think of Mardi Gras, they think of New Orleans, brightly colored costumes and elaborate floats crowded with people flinging beads and ...
Imagine waking up one day and thinking you won't be able to see your loved one again.
A Braselton mother and her son have been charged with multiple gun and drug charges.
The owner of the Greek Food Mart at 5646 Price Road on the western tip of Hall County claims that at the age of 75 ...
Algae and mahogany aren't words you use every day. Certainly not words frequently used by elementary and middle schoolers.
The J.A. Walters Family YMCA in Gainesville has begun an estimated $160,000 in repairs to its aquatics center.
Georgia lawmakers are again trying to let licensed gun owners carry concealed handguns on public college campuses.
The Gainesville organization providing the "eyes and ears of the court" in foster care cases are in serious need of volunteers, executive director Janet Walden ...
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