The Hall County Board of Commissioners voted Thursday night to ask for a criminal investigation of payments made to Omega Consulting, a firm owned by former Gainesville City Manager Carlyle Cox.
A judge is being asked to decide whether a man charged with murder after striking his brother with a stick acted in self-defense.
Homeowner holds burglary suspect until deputies arrive
A Hall County student was taken to Northeast Georgia Medical Center as a precaution after complaining of a headache following a minor school bus accident this afternoon.
Sally Quillian Yates was unanimously confirmed by the U.S. Senate as the U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Georgia, whose office handles federal criminal prosecutions in Gainesville.
Jeanne Buffington seems a natural fit for new executive director at Rape Response Inc.
A wetter, colder winter than normal has battered many of Hall County's roads, leaving ever-widening - or deepening - potholes in its wake.
A nonprofit advocacy group has praised Northeast Georgia Medical Center for providing more care to low-income and uninsured patients than the state requires, but also said the hospital charges too much and overpays its chief executive.
A number of changes that city officials say accommodate the Mundy Mill development's rebirth are making their way to the Gainesville City Council.
Local officials were delighted to hear additional sales tax money may be coming their way.
Two people were arrested Wednesday morning on charges of stealing metal anchor plates belonging to CSX Railroad, police said.
A skunk found in the North Hall area has tested positive for rabies. The skunk came in contact with two dogs on Friday in the Will Wheeler Road area.
Hall County has paid $75,900 to consultant Carlyle Cox since 2006, but the county has little, if anything, to show for it.
What a difference a week makes.
Thanks to the community stepping up to "live united," the United Way of Hall County was able to reach its financial goal for 2009.
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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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