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.
Cramming for final exams will take on a new meaning today for Hall County and Gainesville students.
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Food options keep popping up around the Kroger at New Holland Marketplace.
On the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, Department of Juvenile Justice Commissioner Avery Niles and his planning and preparedness director Scott Cagle took aim on the Hall ...
With hammers banging and lots being cleared, one of Hall County's largest neighborhoods, Sterling on the Lake, continues to grow.
A hit-and-run collision between a vehicle and motorcycle Saturday in South Hall led to the motorcycle rider losing his right leg.
Last winter, the boathouse at the Lake Lanier Olympic Park off Clarks Bridge Road had standing water and the bottom floor of the Olympic Timing ...
Education may be the missing piece in the puzzle of solving why rates of Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia have decreased lately.
There are countless different reasons to pick a certain type of Christmas tree. Any family who has bought a tree knows the struggle and weighing ...
Many liberals and conservatives have found common ground in one respect after Donald Trump's victory: uncertainty about how the president-elect's administration will shake ...
After a change in Georgia law, Gainesville police have taken possession of more sexual assault examination kits performed at Northeast Georgia Medical Center, even those ...
The Gateway Industrial Centre off Ga. 365 in North Hall continues to fill in with the recent announcement that Tatsumi Intermodal USA is expanding its ...
Everyone knows Black Friday is dominated by the name brand big-box retail titans. But Saturday is for the little guy, when Mom and Pop clothing ...
NORCROSS - Hundreds of mourners gathered in Georgia to remember a deputy U.S. marshal who was killed while he and other officers were pursuing a ...
A man from Gainesville died in a one-car vehicle crash early Thursday near Rome.
There's no place like home. And when you're on the road, sometimes a hotel just isn't homey enough.
NEW YORK - The number of U.S. children in foster care is climbing after a sustained decline, with Georgia leading the five states that account ...
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