Chocolates melt and roses die, but there are some Valentine's Day gifts that can endure.
A public hearing and planned vote on changes to Oakwood's sign law, particularly concerning the display of banners, is set for tonight.
Today, an international association that specializes in education and information for cold food storage safety will bring a large delegation to Lanier Technical College for a hands-on training session on ammonia refrigeration.
Jacky Fortner has used his tenor voice for years to minister to audiences. These days, it's his hands and feet trying to bring some measure of comfort.
BRASELTON - While complex, Century Center at Braselton's developers say its lawsuits against the town of Braselton involve two main factors: sidewalks and property boundaries.
You may have already made plans for Feb. 14 with the missus, but don't forget to earmark some time for your youngest Valentine, your daughter.
Avery Niles says litter has always been a pet peeve of his. Now he's in a good position to do something about it.
February is Heart Health Month, and there's some good news to report: It appears that Americans' hearts may actually be getting healthier.
2008 was a record-breaking year for Hall County, but nobody is celebrating.
As the Gainesville school board gets ready to delve into next school year's budget, officials are looking high and low for ways to save money.
With his specialty shop for drummers, Drums 101, Aaron Hughes thought he had found a niche in the music marketplace and a dependable livelihood.
JEFFERSON - Joyce Hawkins thinks she has the best job.
A pair of shoes is something many take for granted.
Charged with the need to cut the fat, Gainesville officials are finding they also have to cut into the meat of city government services to balance the 2010 budget.
A firefighter who stepped in a hole while fighting a woods fire Saturday was taken to Northeast Georgia Medical Center with an unknown leg injury.
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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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