A tractor-trailer caught fire and exploded this afternoon on Ga. 53 near Tinsley Chapel Road west of downtown Dawsonville, Lt. Tony Wooten of the Dawson County Sheriff's department said.
Leave it to a beaver to turn a happy excursion into a harrowing experience.
Being an artist doesn't mean you have to be perfect.
After all, sometimes it is when you choose to draw outside the lines that you create something amazing.
The man friends called "Amigo" was found dead in his boarding room by housemates on Aug. 20, 1991, though police weren't called until the next day.
At Gainesville's Chattahoochee Golf Course, intense summer heat brings new challenges when it comes to preserving the greens.
Hall County School officials saw the value of teaching Chinese to pre-kindergarten students, and now four elementary schools get to take on the challenge.
Just in time, as planned.
Call it a touch of home in an otherwise unfamiliar place.
The Hall County Animal Shelter has finally finished outfitting all of its 177 dog pens with cot-style beds.
The Dawsonville City Council could be looking to "patch up" sections of the historical district's sign code during its meeting today.
It's a measure that Mayor Joe Lane Cox feels is necessary given the recent onslaught of campaign signs from the July 20 primary.
Students at Gainesville schools may see changes in their report card this year.
The school board will decide tonight whether grades should be more "standards-based," including more descriptive feedback and more chances to improve.
The economic downturn has forced Gainesville to shelve conceptual plans for the Howard Road extension, which would connect Ga. 365 to U.S. 129/Athens Highway, said traffic engineer Dee Taylor.
A fire that may have been caused by lightning gutted a home in Lula Sunday, but no injuries were reported.
A pair of vehicle accidents led to three injuries Saturday.
DAHLONEGA - Who said history can't get a makeover?
The recession has caused many people to sell their jewelry, cars and homes in an effort to make ends meet. Now cemetery plots are among the unexpected items popping up often in classified ads.
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The treasurer of a junior cheer program in Hall County was charged with taking thousands of dollars from the program's fund.
Lisa Chester lived in and out of public housing growing up.
The streets are narrow in some of Gainesville's poorest neighborhoods. There are no traffic lights there, only stop signs and railroad crossings and dump ...
Yared DeAnda, a 14-year-old eighth-grader at Davis Middle School, won the 2016 Hall County Spelling Bee.
Public housing can seem like both a blessing and a curse to those who call the projects home.
Revitalizing Flowery Branch's Old Town area is key to the future of the South Hall city, according to residents who attended a meeting Tuesday ...
Leonardo da Vinci believed the color purple increased the power of meditation and thinking, and opera composer Richard Wagner called the color violet his inspiration.
Gainesville recreation officials are ready to start developing their idea for a "regional" park complex. They have appropriated $450,000 for design work on the ...
Holding cardboard signs along E.E. Butler and Jesse Jewell parkways, Jessica Van and Drew Reed weren't looking for money.
The woman police had identified as a suspect in the theft of hundreds of thousands of dollars from Carriage Nissan apparently killed herself Thursday as ...
J. Tom Morgan, district attorney of DeKalb County for 12 years and a specialist in prosecuting crimes against children, will speak to parents and students ...
While availability and cost impedes access to affordable housing, the poor physical condition of many units in Gainesville reveals the need to overhaul the existing ...
ATLANTA - Elton Maddox, president and CEO of Oakwood-based Wayne Farms and a past U.S. Poultry & Egg Association chairman, was named USPOULTRY's Workhorse of ...
A Gainesville man is accused of sexually assaulting a woman at a Gainesville motel.
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