Gainesville's last murder mystery occurred more than four years ago, on Memorial Day 2006, when police found the body of a 23-year-old man in the stairwell of a Summit Street apartment, dead of a gunshot wound to the chest.
August Watkins, 8, and Tate Watkins, 6, love airplanes.
When Sharon Grayer lost her job, it affected more than her household, which includes her two children and an aging aunt.
Larry Allen believes the economy, followed by the opening of the new Walmart off U.S. 129, have siphoned sales from the downtown square in Cleveland.
Hall County firefighters battled a house fire Saturday in the 5600 block of Raintree Trace in Oakwood. No one was injured.
Firefighters responded to the incident, called in by a neighbor, and found the 2,400-square-foot structure ablaze, Fire Chief David Kimbrell reported.
Barrow County Fire Chief Donald Towne was arrested Friday in Cairo with his wife and father-in-law, accused of stealing cable television service from Grady County's public utility.
Bob Taylor knows how draining radiation can be on the body.
The wastewater treatment plant in Hoschton will soon get some much-needed repairs.
A handful of Gainesville students got a taste of what it's like to go to college.
Although you may have already responded to the 2010 Census, don't be surprised if you're asked to repeat your answers.
At the overcrowded Veterans Affairs outpatient clinic in Oakwood, help is on the way.
An alleged gang member initially charged with murder in last month's death of a Gainesville man run over by a car has been indicted on a lesser charge of vehicular homicide.
Lanier Technical College is seeking accreditation for another year, but this time it's under tougher standards.
With Thursday's release of school-level Criterion-Referenced Competency Test scores, administrators have been able to get a better idea of where changes may need to be made.
Nearly six years after a 13-year-old boy hanged himself while in solitary confinement at a Gainesville special-needs school, the state school board banned the practice.
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In the wake of mass shootings and other tragedies across the nation, it's not uncommon to see the American flag flying at half-staff.
More than 33,000 automobiles travel up and down historic Green Street in Gainesville each day, and heavy trucks account for 16 percent of all ...
All roads have been reopened after closures near the intersection of Hog Mountain and Blackjack roads in South Hall because of a large gas leak ...
"Pokemon Go" has caught on fast, and players in Hall County are singing its praises for making its users more active.
Communities across the nation are still reeling from the events last week that left two black men dead at the hands of white police officers ...
It is said that the mentally ill often suffer in silence.
A Hall County man is accused of transmitting sexually explicit photographs on his cellphone and later tampering with evidence, according to authorities.
If Donald Trump were to pick Newt Gingrich, former speaker of the U.S. House and Georgia congressman, as his running mate, he'd get ...
U.S. Rep. Doug Collins, R-Gainesville, has been named to a working group of U.S. House members "to examine police accountability, aggression toward law ...
Three more teenagers were charged after further investigation into the July 1 shooting death in White County, according to authorities.
While it is now legal to float on a tube while under the influence of alcohol, it may not be possible everywhere in the state.
Another South Hall road widening project is in the works.
A 20th anniversary celebration of the 1996 Summer Olympics is set for 6 p.m. Saturday at Centennial Olympic Park, featuring live entertainment, Olympic athletes ...
A Northeast Georgia Medical Center cardiologist implanted the first dissolvable heart stent in a patient Monday, a new treatment option for coronary artery disease approved ...
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