CUMMING - Forsyth County sheriff's investigators have charged a 20-year-old man in the beating death of a 6-year-old special needs child.
In 1969, the U.S. government wanted to take three men, strap them into a 363-foot-tall rocket filled with almost a million gallons of fuel and send them to the moon.
BUFORD - Ten feet higher, 200 more boats.
The wreckage of a missing plane containing the body of the pilot was located late Sunday afternoon in a rugged area of the mountains of North Carolina.
OAKWOOD - Tangee Puckett has gone from potty business to city business, and so far she has liked the transition.
JEFFERSON - The Jefferson Community Theatre group has turned their inaugural performance into a true community affair.
JEFFERSON - The Jackson County School System will be heading toward the new school year with a little more than $1 million in debt, according to school financial officials.
Work by the Gainesville Public Utilities Department will interrupt water service on Buffington Farm Road between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. today in order to complete water main improvements in the area.
A Clarkston girl was in critical condition Sunday after she was pulled the previous day from Lake Lanier by bystanders.
Forty years ago this week, America's infant space program was on the verge of completing its greatest adventure, Apollo 11, a $350 million piece of derring-do that would put man on the moon and return him safely home.
The Swinging Sixties, it could be said, began with a promise from a young president and ended with its fulfillment.
Where were you on July 20, 1969?
Although Americans don't visibly go "ga-ga" over the space program now, there's still magic happening, a former astronaut said.
Not many people can say they accomplished the life goals they set for themselves as 8-year-olds.
As Neil Armstrong took that first step off the Lunar Module and onto the surface of the moon 40 years ago this week, he spoke one of history's most famous lines.
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When James Gilmer grew up in the New Holland Village in the 1950s, every house had a garden in the backyard.
Some of the area's most caring professionals were recognized Wednesday for their service to the community.
A Buford man died Monday in Afghanistan from non-combat related injuries, according to the U.S. Army.
A College Park man died after a wreck Tuesday night in Gainesville, according to Georgia State Patrol.
Finding ways to regulate and tax Internet-based travel accommodations such as Airbnb and other rental websites may be on the agenda for Georgia lawmakers when ...
Hoschton entrepreneur Joel Gephart is among the finalists in the design category of the Martha Stewart American Made competition, which had its online voting begin ...
The parable of feeding the 5,000 with five loaves of bread and two fish is one of a few lessons of Christ told in ...
A former Atlanta Falcons running back was charged with driving under the influence and failure to maintain lane by the Hall County Sheriff's Office.
State officials expect debit cards for more than 4,000 recipients of child support and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, including more than 50 individuals ...
A Clarkston man allegedly fell asleep while driving on Interstate 985 Monday afternoon, leading to nonlife-threatening injuries for himself and two passengers, authorities said.
The Gainesville Parks and Recreation Department has earned reaccreditation through the Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies and the National Recreation and Park ...
With two longtime Gainesville City Council members stepping down this year, the Nov. 3 election to replace them may be rather competitive.
Montine Whelchel Smith, an associate minister at St. John Baptist Church, announced her candidacy for the Gainesville City Council Ward 3 seat in early September.
The Oakwood Planning Commission gave its blessing Monday night to a rezoning proposal that allows for 105 townhouses across from Johnson High School.
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