What a difference a year - and about 8 feet of water - can make.
As we pause to remember the sacrifices made by the men and women of the armed forces this Memorial Day, let us also remember to protect that for which they so valiantly gave all, our freedoms.
HOSCHTON - City well repairs, wastewater stimulus funding, employee health insurance and the police department's future were among issues discussed at three recent Hoschton committee meetings.
Jeremy Martin, 8, cradled the 20-gauge shotgun in his arms and yelled out "pull!" before blasting away at a flying fluorescent orange disc under the close supervision of a firearms instructor.
When a church is burned down, it can be a tragic experience for the congregation. That is why one local group is dedicated to supporting and helping those churches rebuild.
As you head out this weekend to the various Memorial Day activities, you may want to be sure to have an umbrella handy.
Like the water level, the number of boating accidents, boating under the influence arrests and drownings in 2008 all were down on Lake Lanier from previous years.
Now in his second tour of duty for his second branch of the military, Army Spc. Andy "Sully" Sullens isn't ready for a roadside bomb to keep him from his mission.
Nine Gainesville city school buses were damaged by an early-morning fire Friday that investigators said could have been caused by arson.
The Gainesville-Hall County Animal Control Department has reported the 11th confirmed rabies case this year, the latest linked to a fox in the Payne Road area of North Hall County.
Four local teachers have gained Master Teacher certification, a honor bestowed by the Georgia Professional Standards Commission based on gains in student achievement.
Rep. Nathan Deal, R-Gainesville, has filled three key leadership positions on his campaign staff in his bid for governor in 2010.
Four community members donned caps and gowns to pick up honorary diplomas Friday alongside the 211 Red Elephants who graduated from Gainesville High School.
Although many construction projects tend to run over schedule, there's at least one in Helen that took less time to complete than expected.
The last school bell for the 2008-09 school year has rung and it's time to blare the rock anthem "School's Out."
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The final weeks of May are always anxious days for Hall County officials as they prepare for the home stretch of the annual budget process.
Choreography was as much a part of the first Culinary Cup competition Thursday as cooking.
Early voting in Georgia ends today, giving voters a final chance to cast a ballot before Tuesday's primary.
There's a simple but essential way for parents to ensure the success of their children, according to the United Way.
Gainesville Police are investigating a non-fatal shooting that occurred around 8:30 p.m. Wednesday on Atlanta Street.
Some of the world's best athletes and their coaches, friends, families and fans filled the Brenau University Pearce Auditorium on Wednesday evening for a ...
A motion to revoke Katt Williams' bond was dismissed this afternoon after the state's witnesses did not appear at the hearing.
Northeastern Judicial Circuit Public Defender Brad Morris was re-appointed Wednesday to another four-year term.
Oakwood City Council on Monday night approved a proposal to build 84 apartments that would be rented based on income, reversing an earlier vote by ...
Know what to do in an emergency - a tornado or an armed person shooting on campus - and if a person or behavior is suspicious, call ...
Another affordable housing project is proposed in Hall County, this time an apartment rental complex geared to residents 55 and older.
More than 4 million U.S. workers will become eligible for overtime pay under rules issued Wednesday by the Obama administration.
Centennial Arts Academy will be at 5 p.m. Thursday at the school.
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