FLOWERY BRANCH - For more than a century, the two-story home on Atlanta Highway at East Main Street had served as a boardinghouse and family home.
El Niño may be back this fall, but climatologists aren't yet predicting big weather changes.
One northbound lane of Interstate 985 in Oakwood will be closed three days next week while state Department of Transportation crews work.
The left, or inside, lane will be closed from 9:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday while crews build the road's shoulder, replace guardrails and pave the slopes in the median.
Gene Cordell has a lifetime of fascinating stories to tell, but his face really lights up when he talks about the U.S. space program and his role in it.
It was a pivotal moment in world history, a time when imaginations were stirred and our full attention was given to three men shooting toward the moon.
Cars of at least four people who dropped by the county recycling center just before closing time Wednesday were locked in for nearly an hour by a county employee who left for the day.
U.S. Rep. Nathan Deal, R-Gainesville opposes proposed legislation to reform America's current health care system.
John Burl Hulsey, a prominent Gainesville businessman and decorated veteran of World War II, died Thursday following an extended illness. He was 91.
Mabry Road will be closed next week to traffic between 3509 Mabry Road and Old Flowery Branch Road in Gainesville from Tuesday to Friday, July 24, in order to complete sewer improvements in the area.
The Gwinnett County Police Department is seeking help in identifying an adult male whose body was found in a wooded area Wednesday night in Buford.
Some of Georgia's state lawmakers are joining the ranks of business and local government workers being furloughed due to budget shortages.
A national organization is helping several area institutions preserve local history.
The cities of Dahlonega and Villa Rica remain in dispute about who claims the first discovery of gold, but officials in both areas are shrugging off the discussion.
Williams Mill Greenspace Park in South Hall has been certified as a wildlife sanctuary by the Atlanta Audubon Society.
Gainesville City Council is poised to vote to change assorted fees related to stream monitoring, water and sewer testing and taps, among other utility services.
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Eddie Staub couldn't fully picture it at the time, but need drives vision.
All clad in weather appropriate rain gear, Kelsey Payne, a Brenau University student from Chattanooga and several out-of-town guests left Dress Up with their hands ...
Brenau University alumnae and families of students braved wet weather Saturday to attend Homecoming and Family Weekend at the Gainesville university.
As the Petit Le Mans wraps up today and fans prepare for a rainy finish to the four-day event, officials chimed in on the economic ...
For many residential property owners, homeowners' associations are like a tetanus shot required after stepping on a nail. They serve a purpose, but can sting ...
Hall County Commissioner Billy Powell had a near brush with death when he stepped on top of a coiled red diamond rattlesnake while on an ...
Many children don't have access to quality swimming lessons. Fewer get a chance to take Taekwondo.
A woman transported to the hospital from a car wreck Friday died from a heart attack at the hospital, authorities said.
Part of Sardis Road closed Friday afternoon after it was washed out during heavy rains.
Kindergartners at New Holland Knowledge Academy took a few lessons in another language Friday.
A record was set on the golf course Thursday, but it wasn't the lowest score or a hole-in-one.
Outdoor drop boxes may be allowed in Flowery Branch, but only those related to the property they're on.
Question: Does local law enforcement actually enforce that ban on texting while driving?
Hundreds of chairs, dozens of sofas, countless boxes of clothing and piles of knick-knacks and necessities, from televisions and toasters to Christmas stockings and coasters ...
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