The roads and waterways were busy, but aside from at least one water-related death, Hall County ended the July Fourth holiday on a relatively quiet note.
In these hard economic times, the Humane Society of Hall County could use a few more stray dollars.
On Sunday, 18 puppies had the ride of their lives.
All 34 Hall County schools met "Adequate Yearly Progress" this year for the first time ever based on preliminary reports, said Superintendent Will Schofield.
Gainesville city officials continue to court the Gainesville school board to win its support for the city's tax allocation district, but the school board's chairman said the latest proposal needs more compromise.
A two-year lock on new boat docks has been released and Lake Lanier residents now have a path to getting a permit through a process involving a random drawing.
When you get mad, you do something about - or at least that's Mike Thompson's philosophy when it comes to his Neighborhood Watch program.
Thanks to the federal Making Work Pay Credit, most Americans have a few extra dollars in their take home pay.
OAKWOOD - Last week, after six months in a war zone, Oakwood City Manager Stan Brown was trying to reorient himself to a construction zone.
CUMMING - The Forsyth County commission intends to buy Lanierland and turn the former country music venue into a community park.
More than 300,000 Georgia residents are still waiting to receive their state tax refunds. The long wait could mean more money for some.
A woman remained on life support Sunday night in a local hospital after failing to resurface while swimming Sunday afternoon in Lake Lanier.
The Jackson County Engineering Department will hold a public information open house concerning the John B. Brooks Road improvement project from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday.
HOSCHTON - A petition circulated by Hoschton residents to secure a vote to change the city's charter might receive some clarity tonight.
When he enrolled in the University of Florida's environmental engineering program, Kelly Randall had tree-hugging in mind.
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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 ...
Brenau University's homecoming parade will begin circling the "Brenau Mile" at 4 p.m. Saturday.
The tire-flipping Hall County Sheriff's Office sergeant and fellow law enforcement are leading an effort of healthier choices for school children.
As of Thursday, Hall County residents can again burn yard debris with proper permits.
Next week's ninth annual HealthSmart Interactive Health & Wellness expo will focus on the older population of Hall County. It will include free health screenings ...
Hall County Sheriff's Office Sgt. Jason Bailes recalled one of the closest calls for Deputy Matthew Norman and others responding to a domestic dispute ...
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