A Lula man and a Gainesville man were treated for minor injuries Monday after an 18-wheel Budweiser truck drove off Browns Bridge Road to the edge of Lake Lanier.
A graffiti incident at Gainesville High School earlier this month has been closed, said Gainesville City Schools Superintendent Merrianne Dyer.
A sinkhole near Ga. 400 that nearly doubled in size after last week's torrential rain showers has led to Dawson County declaring a local emergency.
In Lula, a North Hall town of a little less than 3,00 people, acts of violence are often only read about or seen on the news.
Hall County Fire Services is still working to determine the cause of a fire that did between $600,000 and $700,000 in damage to a house in Flowery Branch.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources is proposing to create a new law enforcement division, separating it from the Wildlife Resources division, a move that has angered many wildlife advocates.
A female passenger was flown by helicopter to Grady Hospital in Atlanta on Tuesday after a Ford Explorer was involved in a single-vehicle accident.
The pedestrian bridge in Gainesville should be repaired and reopened by this weekend. Barclay Fouts, construction project manager, said a section of sidewalk that settled and cracked is being replaced. The approximately 10-by-30-foot section is on the square, or City Hall, side of the bridge. "It's just a piece of sidewalk that's developed a crack," Fouts said. "The way you fix that is you break it up with a jackhammer, or hydraulic hammer, rework the ...
Honor Guards of the Hall County Sheriff's Office, Gainesville Police Department and Georgia Army National Guard conducted a 24-hour vigil Monday at Memorial Park Cemetery in Gainesville to honor veterans.
Fueled by a $10,000 donation, the Georgia Mountains YMCA is moving to improve its swimming pool at the Oakwood branch, including plans to add a bubblelike enclosure for cold-weather months.
Hall County Tax Commissioner Darla Eden is taking nonpayment of taxes on mobile homes seriously.
Low-income seniors are scheduled to get some more affordable housing options next year when a new apartment complex in the New Holland area is completed.
Gainesville's annual Memorial Day parade boasted a terrific crowd, and the "best weather we've had," according to David Dellinger, American Legion Paul E. Bolding Post 7 commander.
Bolstered by good weather and a full pool, Lake Lanier enforcement officials were kept busy over the holiday weekend with boating incidents and citations.
Lake Lanier advocates have long pushed for an increase in the lake's full pool to 1,073 feet above sea level.
People were swept away to faraway lands Saturday night at the annual Belly Dance Benefit show, performed by Alchemy Drumming and Dance.
Animals lovers understand the comfort and unconditional love that pets bring into a home.
A total of 115 runners and walkers took part Saturday in the inaugural Sheriff's Summer Sprint 5K fundraiser road race.
Gainesville City Board of Education members discussed the pending search for a new superintendent at Friday's board retreat.
Children laughed and screamed excitedly as they held their balloons up in the air waiting for the countdown to finish so they could let go and watch them float away.
The Times earned 16 overall awards Friday night in the Georgia Press Association's annual Better Newspaper Contest, including first place in General Excellence for a fifth straight year.
The American Red Cross Bloodmobile made a visit to Gainesville on Friday and received a strong response from local residents.
A Gainesville man is in custody after a burglary late Thursday at West Hall Middle School on McEver Road.
A rabies alert has been issued for the Bills Circle area of North Hall after a rabid raccoon came in contact with a dog.
A Sautee Nachoochee woman was injured Thursday and airlifted to an Atlanta hospital after a one-vehicle accident on Cleveland Highway.
Former classmates of Shannon Guess Richardson were stunned Friday as they heard the news that the former South Hall resident was charged in connection with mailing a ricin-tainted letter to President Barack Obama.
Two Hispanic men in their 20s forced their way into a Buford residence and the homeowner into the pantry as they ransacked the house Friday afternoon, according to the Hall County Sheriff's Office.
The area around the Hall County courthouse has been reopened after a suspicious package found nearby led to road closures.
A Lula man was arrested Thursday on drug charges, including possession of $24,000 worth of marijuana.
Rain is in the forecast for the rest of today and into Saturday as Tropical Storm Andrea makes its way up the East Coast.