Local animal control officials are still investigating a case of rabies discovered in Oakwood this week and are alerting area residents to a possible threat in the area.
Some dogs are natural born swimmers.
When Avalyn Parker relocated with her family from New Jersey to Gainesville, she expected many things.
It was Nathan Deal's birthday, but the celebration at Gainesville's Smithgall Arts Center Wednesday had little to do with the Republican gubernatorial candidate's age.
Oakwood city employees now can use a combination of their age and years of experience to qualify for full retirement benefits.
The WNEG-TV station at the University of Georgia campus has at least one more month of life.
As college students settle into their new classes, officials are releasing numbers that show a continued increase in enrollment.
Crews are still working to repair damage caused by heavy rains at a Sonic Drive-In restaurant in Cleveland over the weekend.
As an Eagle Scout, John Webster has proven himself to be a leader, but he says there are still more things to be learned.
When Bill Dickey was a kid in the metro Atlanta area, he'd escape to the woods behind his house to watch the animals and experience nature.
Before the county relocates many of its operations out of downtown Gainesville, a lot shuffling will need to take place.
Area students may not have to leave their classroom seats this Veterans Day to see and hear living history.
More students need to know about careers in science and engineering, and Hall County teacher Kathy Mellette plans to help.
In a crime unusual in even a down economy, the Gainesville Police Department has arrested two people it believes are responsible for the theft of several air conditioning units around the city.
A top official with the Georgia Department of Transportation plans to meet with local leaders Sept. 14 about the state's plans for the 1-cent sales tax for transportation.
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Southbound traffic on Interstate 985 slowed to a crawl Thursday morning as a Georgia Department of Transportation maintenance crew performed shoulder work.
The shock and sorrow is still coursing through Jason Hewett's veins.
More than 2 million American households rely on a federally subsidized voucher program to afford their rent, according to the U.S. Department of Housing ...
The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the $2.4 million judgment awarded to a Hall County woman who sued law enforcement officers ...
The world's greatest athletic competition came to Georgia 20 years ago, and many in Gainesville still remember the events.
A little boy looked up at a towering, blow-up water slide. His friend was afraid to climb it, but the boy had words of advice.
Up to five craftsman-style cottages are planned along Mulberry Street, a largely undeveloped and heavily wooded area off Atlanta Highway in Flowery Branch.
The Dunkin' Donuts on Thompson Bridge Road opened for the first time Tuesday.
A 110-unit active adult community off Spring Road and McEver Road in Gainesville is a step closer to development.
Despite protests from neighboring businesses, the Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board gave its OK Tuesday night to a Golden Corral restaurant off Browns Bridge Road ...
A new hotel can build closer to Flat Creek in Gainesville than normally allowed but not to the extent that was first planned.
The fate of the historic Jeremiah Payne House, also known as the Parks Clothing building, in downtown Dahlonega is slowly getting etched in stone.
Teresa Arriaga will remember the way her 16-year-old cousin Luis Carmona-Zepeda got $80 for his birthday and didn't use it for himself. He spent ...
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