It is often said that sewer is the engine for economic development. But sewer doesn't come cheap.
The Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy reading bowl team took home a second-place trophy Saturday in the state championship bowl.
When the 10-year federal ban on assault weapons expired in 2004, sports shooting enthusiast Tyler Cooper bought his first AR-15, a semi-automatic civilian version of the U.S. military's M-4 assault rifle.
How do you know if projects approved for Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax funding are getting anywhere?
You'll lose an hour of sleep tonight, and you won't get it back until November.
If you gave a 5-year-old a toy that was created more than 40 years ago, chances are they wouldn't find it terribly entertaining.
HOSCHTON - When he first began building homes in 1971, John Wieland took a direct role in marketing them.
The University of Georgia Small Business Development Center has scheduled a seminar to help woman-owned businesses succeed.
A Cleveland man charged with breaking into a Nopone Road home earlier this week has been linked to three more burglaries, Hall County Sheriff's officials said Friday.
Over the next two decades, Georgia's population of people age 65 and older is expected to increase by 143 percent, to 1.2 million.
A Jonesboro man remains in custody after his arrest in connection with the delivery of about 30 pounds of suspected marijuana.
Daniel Edward Turner didn't believe in the federal tax system and went to great lengths to avoid paying the Internal Revenue Service, authorities say.
BRASELTON - Nancy Christensen ambled through the spa-like, high-tech halls of the Imaging Center Braselton on Thursday night, stepped in an exam room and stared briefly at the ceiling.
ATLANTA - Georgia tax collections took a nosedive in February.
ATLANTA - Georgia's labor department has begun sending an extra $25 a week to more than 180,000 jobless Georgians.
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There's no denying South Hall County is booming with room to grow.
Returning home Saturday afternoon from a trip to New York for Pope Francis' U.S. visit, Carmen Luisa Coya-van Duijn was happy beyond words.
Hall County officials will implement about $1.9 million in raises and bonuses for workers in November.
Rozzetta King traces the picture frames holding her children frozen in time, a collection of graduations, births and school pictures.
You've probably heard of DragonCon. Well, how about D-Con?
The sound of the lake mixed with the buzz of the crowd, the smell of food and music coming from the boat house Saturday night ...
Ten-year-old Austin Turner and 8-year-old Aleigha Sorrows, both of Buford, used stepladders to reach the top corners as they helped paint one of two panels ...
Does sauntering along the shores of Lake Lanier sound nice?
A case of a stolen transport truck and damaged mailboxes Saturday in Hall County could be connected, according to the Sheriff's Office.
The first official weekend of autumn has been a gloomy one so far in North Georgia, and don't look for the sun to show ...
Law enforcement authorities have intercepted a package containing 4 kilograms of liquid methamphetamine on its way from Mexico to Cornelia.
John Rosemond, a parenting columnist published weekly in The Times, will be speaking at a free event Tuesday at the First Baptist Church in Gainesville.
Debbie Clark perused the Rahab's Rope booth Friday, landing on the last Persian-rug-themed bookmark.
Here are a few things we heard this week that we thought you might find interesting.
The president of a national window shutters holding company is consolidating operations and coming to Gainesville as part of a move that could bring 200 ...
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