For a small county in a struggling economy, 140 new jobs is big news.
Patients of the Northeast Georgia Medical Center now have a quiet place to escape the anxiety of the hospital.
The Gainesville City Schools Board of Education gave its first OK to the 2011-2012 budget Monday night but had to dig hard into reserves to make ends meet.
The Hall County Schools Board adopted its preliminary fiscal year 2012 budget and 2011-2012 school calendar at a called meeting Monday night.
Hall County Master Gardeners hosted "In Our Own Back Yards" garden tour Saturday, a fundraiser for the volunteer program aimed at educating the community in horticultural practices.
Walking onto the field at the Buzz in the Blue Ridge Chainsaw Carving Extravaganza is like stepping into a giant bee hive.
In the face of mounting concern and confusion, Forsyth County's school board may discuss the school system's millage rate at a meeting next week.
Grin and sweat it - that's about all we can do.
SAUTEE-NACOOCHEE - A trip to the Georgia Capitol about 10 years ago started a hobby for Robert Banks that has put him in demand, especially with 150th anniversary observations of the Civil War.
Hall County has 24 projects vying for the final regional transportation list going to voters next summer.
The Hall County Schools Board is holding a public meeting tonight to present its tentative fiscal year 2012 budget, which will go up for adoption on June 23.
Jackson County boasts the highest teen birth rate in the region, a statistic Kendra Hibler hopes to curb through the Teen Matters Jackson County health clinic.
Some things should go without saying. But to the daredevils who missed the memo, local law enforcement are sending the message loud and clear: Stop jumping from bridges.
The Gainesville Public Safety Complex opened its doors in November 2010, and Saturday shared its new facilities with residents at the Public Safety Open House.
CUMMING - A north Forsyth farm will soon receive some national exposure thanks to an unexpected visit from the Cooking Channel.
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Tuesday is the voter registration deadline for this November's elections.
Previously postponed work on Ga. 53 has been scheduled for this week in downtown Braselton.
Daliyah Marie Arana's face breaks into a smile when asked why she loves to read.
With funding from area governments in the bag, all eyes are now on getting a key east-west connector between Gainesville and Oakwood designed and built.
A "poor man's" car once found on every street in America was among good company Saturday at the inaugural Atlanta Concours d'Elegance at ...
Taylor DeLaPerriere loves to shop and loves to find a good deal.
Across the board, fourth-graders scored lower than third-graders in reading, according to 2016 Milestones results for Hall and Gainesville students.
Jumping down into the creek near Industrial Boulevard in Gainesville, A.J. Allen shouted at a fleeing suspect to stop before using his Taser twice.
Willie Mitchell has made educating children his life's mission, but he laments failings that he believes contributed to the breakdown of social bonds at ...
Pungent or pleasant, it's a smell in automobile exhaust, copier machines and yes, even brand new cars.
Ten weeks and at least 25 hours worth of training led up to the moment when Dustin Thomas entered the dust-floored ring of the Chicopee ...
A Gainesville man is accused of backing a pickup truck Wednesday over a Gainesville woman, according to authorities. The woman died later at the hospital.
From a crystal cave filmed for the original "Journey to the Center of the Earth" to seven weeks in Antarctica, Linda Welzenbach, senior research associate ...
Breaking out from his day job, Lloyd Hendricks forged a new passion in a bygone profession.
No injuries were reported in a school bus wreck Friday afternoon in front of Poor Richards' restaurant in Gainesville.
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