Gainesville Police Department officials helped 16 students to have a bountiful Christmas on Friday who otherwise wouldn't have had one.
Second-grader Fernanda Martinez had the chance to mimic one of her favorite holiday movies Friday, "The Polar Express."
Gainesville's finances are looking good, auditors told Gainesville City Council members at Friday's work session.
Gainesville's Salvation Army office has its largest holiday task today - hand out boxes of food to 600 families and clothes and toys to 1,600 children.
A federal appeals court is considering a challenge to a state nepotism law that barred former Gainesville school board member Kelvin Simmons from seeking re-election in 2009.
Dawsonville-based Chestatee State Bank was seized Friday by the Georgia Department of Banking and Finance.
U.S. Rep. Tom Graves and state Senate Majority Leader Chip Rogers paid off a $1,498 lien Friday, filed by the Internal Revenue Service against their company.
Gov.-elect Nathan Deal named the next director for the Governor's Office of Highway Safety on Friday.
More than a year after voters approved SPLOST VI, collections are slow but steady, and a number of projects are underway.
Gainesville City Council members are wrapping up their final plans for the year-end meeting for the first time in the city's new Municipal courtroom today.
Authorities said the wintry weather was not to blame for a collision on Ga. 400 Thursday that claimed the life of a Dawsonville man.
An 84-year-old Dawson County woman died early Thursday morning in a house fire, according to fire officials.
Flowery Branch leaders agreed Thursday night to help resolve a neighborhood's issue with street light bills.
Doug Carter will tell you that he has a hard time saying no.
Hang on, sunshine and warmer temperatures are on the way.
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Search efforts continued Wednesday for a 19-year-old University of Georgia student who went missing while kayaking on Lake Lanier last week.
A neurosurgeon, a single mother, a nurse and a high school student walked a catwalk Tuesday evening at the Chattahoochee Country Club.
Two storylines emerged Tuesday morning as attorneys laid out how Iris Romero-Banegas, 43, was stabbed repeatedly.
The University of North Georgia ranked 24th among public regional universities in the South, according to U.S. News & World Report.
Gainesville resident Doug Hanson has a passion for helping the homeless.
The Georgia Mountains YMCA's 5-year stay in Oakwood appears to be ending.
Three "owners" of businesses received financing offers from the Lake Lanier Sharks on Tuesday morning, but only two accepted the offers.
Buddy Curry shared stories from his football playing days and highlighted how concussions were previously underestimated for years, shrugged off as a mere "ding."
A declining property tax digest expected to produce lower revenues has Oakwood officials looking at raising the tax rate in 2017 just to stay even ...
Attorneys finalized their picks for the jury around 6 p.m. Monday in the murder trial for Ofelia Barrera-Rodriguez, who allegedly killed the girlfriend of ...
Hall County Schools plan three building projects in the next year - an expansion of Lanier Charter Career Academy and new technology department, a new fieldhouse ...
Hall County will likely lose half its current insurance providers within the Affordable Care Act marketplace next year, according to an analysis by the Kaiser ...
Monday was a day of firsts in Braselton.
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