The Food Lion grocery store in Oakwood is closing on or before Feb. 19, corporate spokeswoman Christy Phillips-Brown said this morning.
When a devastating earthquake ravaged Haiti last week, Hall County teachers immediately incorporated the disaster into their lessons.
JEFFERSON - They may have already graduated, but some former Jefferson High School students might have the ability to affect the lives of younger students.
Real estate executive Frank Norton Jr. will present his annual Native Intelligence business report tonight at the Georgia Mountains Center for the 23rd time.
The number of May-September, or in-season, visitors to the Lake Lanier area dropped from 5 million in 2007 to 4.2 million in 2008, according to preliminary results of a regional economic impact study.
Gainesville police are seeking a man who robbed the Quality Inn on Jesse Jewell Parkway at gunpoint on Wednesday night.
ATLANTA - Representatives from Hall County governments met Wednesday at the Capitol in a show of solidarity to fix the state's disjointed sales tax collection system.
A 2-year-old boy was airlifted to an Atlanta hospital today after being scalded at home, officials said.
One year ago today, the nation's capital was abuzz as thousands of supporters made a pilgrimage to witness the historic presidential inauguration of Barack Obama.
Hall County officials will meet at 10:30 a.m. today with the Department of Revenue to discuss sales tax collection and distribution, a heated issue among politicians this year.
A Hall County-based organization is preparing for a trip this week to Haiti, joining up with groups worldwide to help the country broken by last week's earthquake.
No one was injured when a school bus carrying 56 students was involved in a wreck this afternoon, officials said.
Groundbreaking for the Dawson County Government Center, originally set for Thursday, has been rescheduled for 2 p.m. Jan. 28 due to the threat of bad weather.
Just because the ground is near frozen doesn't mean you can't be thinking about gardening.
For some people, it may be hard to understand how ropes courses or other activities can build leadership, but some Hall County students have made the connection.
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Brenau University recently received approval to spread its reach beyond Georgia's borders.
The time to inspect your hemlock trees is now, according to the Save Georgia's Hemlocks nonprofit organization.
Not all spelling bees are created equal.
Gainesville native Benjamin Klein is about to realize the dream shared by young and old alike.
Hall County's burgeoning trail system may get a new name and logo this week, as officials hope to stir interest in area pedestrian and bicycling pathways.
With a staff of seven at her disposal, Rebecca Davidson is out meeting with families across North Georgia to see if their family tree can take one - or two - more children.
Not many American universities have pending agreements with universities in countries like Serbia and Vietnam, but the University of North Georgia does.
Though there appears to be little appetite for new programs or hiring, Hall County officials are coming to a consensus on giving employees a cost of living adjustment, merit increase or some other pay hike in the next budget.
Jaemor Farms opened its strawberry fields to the public Saturday for the second annual Strawberry Festival, and the people of Northeast Georgia met them at the gate.
The bass weren't hitting Saturday at Balus Creek Park on Lake Lanier.
A man who was jogging in his neighborhood Friday night was stabbed after two suspects approached him and asked for money, according to the Hall County Sheriff's Office.
Celebrating, remembering and fighting back are the cornerstones of Relay for Life, with this year being no exception.
What kind of gift should you buy for Mother's Day? Jewelry? Flowers? Something more specific?
The Americans with Disabilities Act Legacy Tour made a stop Friday at First Baptist Church in Gainesville to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the historic passing of the ADA on July 26, 1990.
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