Just as Paul Revere signaled that the British were arriving, the opening of the Gainesville census office signals that it is almost time for the decennial count.
With about 800 miles of trails in North Georgia's Chattahoochee National Forest, it's not surprising that people sometimes aren't sure which trail they're on.
A Gainesville developer's request to scale down a lake-front housing development sailed through the second stage of the city's planning process Tuesday.
Two hundred and forty million dollars is a lot of money.
A transportation planning group voted Tuesday morning to add a project involving Calvary Church Road to its 2008-13 roads program.
Two more cases of rabies were confirmed in Hall County this week, including a rare incident involving a horse.
The presidents of the chambers of commerce in Hall and Dawson counties are predicting a bright future for women in business.
Conservative columnist Cal Thomas is expected to speak at Gainesville Care Center's 22nd annual fundraiser next week.
JEFFERSON - A pub in downtown Jefferson is at the center of a discussion concerning the city's noise ordinances.
An 11-year-old girl's testimony in court Tuesday described a scene different from what authorities found when they arrived to investigate the fatal shooting of her mother.
As part of an ongoing construction project, the Georgia Department of Transportation plans to narrow Mundy Mill Road to one lane in each direction under Interstate 985 tonight and the next two nights.
Flowery Branch City Council plans to hold a public hearing Thursday night on a Lula man's application to build a duplex on Church Street at Mooney Drive.
The Hall County school board unanimously voted to amend its enrollment policy to allow children of about 100 "displaced" employees to continue attending Hall schools.
Solomon "Troy" Hester called 911 in tears, telling an operator, "my girl just shot herself."
Instead of going to Cancun, Miami or some other fun-filled vacation spot, a group of students from the University of Vermont have driven down to Northeast Georgia for an "alternative" spring break.
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In the claustrophobic confines of Brenda and Darrell Carter's Gainesville apartment, 26-year-old Cortney Jackson sits on a sofa surrounded by medical equipment, framed photos ...
An employee at Kubota Manufacturing who is late, leaves early or is absent without scheduling time off six times in a year no longer has ...
An armed man told everyone to get on the ground Thursday night in a Gainesville Dollar General and demanded cash from the cashier, police said.
A renewed focus on homelessness in Gainesville comes just as the population of those living on the streets grows beyond the resources available to serve ...
A woman claims in a lawsuit that the hospital discarded her amputated leg and caused her "irreparable harm" because of her desire to bury it.
ATLANTA - The annual International Production & Processing Expo - the major trade show for the poultry, egg, meat and feed industries - concluded Thursday with a record number ...
Metro Gainesville's unemployment rate for December was 4.3 percent, up from 4.2 percent in November. The rate in December 2014 was 5 ...
The facility to replace the old Hall County Correctional Institution will have its grand opening on Feb. 12.
With hearings kicking off this week in the state legislature over a proposed bill to allow the in-state cultivation and distribution of medical cannabis, the ...
A raccoon was found to be rabid after contact with two dogs in the Cape Road area of East Hall.
A group that offers multiple services in Hall County is opening a new residential addiction treatment program for women off Airport Road in Gainesville.
A day after the largest Powerball drawing ever, three suspects in Oakwood are accused of manipulating a convenience store's lottery ticket machine to get ...
Girls today often feel pressured to dress or act a certain way, because of pressure they feel from friends, movies, social media or simply the ...
Growing up in a small village in Costa Rica, Evelyn Johnson didn't have an understanding of the U.S. armed forces, or military life ...
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