Georgia Department of Natural Resources officials are seeking the pilot of a boat that struck and injured two people late Friday on Lake Lanier, then fled.
Snakes, scorpions and tarantulas were just a few of the eye-popping sights Saturday as part of JAKES Day at Chicopee Woods Agricultural Center.
Barbecue lovers and expert chefs from 37 teams around the area, state and Southeast gathered in a fun, down-home barbecue cook-off Saturday in the fifth annual Brenau Barbecue Championship at Brenau University.
Memorial Day ceremonies are planned at various locations across the county for the Monday holiday.
After tragedies hit Lake Lanier last summer, many longtime lake residents voiced concerns about boaters who didn't know the rules.
A full lake plus a warm and mostly sunny Memorial Day weekend forecast likely means an especially busy Lake Lanier as local residents kick off the summer season.
Parole officers in more than 30 offices in Georgia have cleared out their desks to make way for a transition to mobile-based offices, a move which has earned national attention.
The Frances Meadows Aquatic Center opens today for the summer season. Several preseason swims gave center staff practice for the expected crowds, said recreation program manager Chris Minor. "Once you're open (for the public), it's full go," he said. Admission is $6 for Hall County residents, $8 for others, free for age 2 and younger and age 60 and older get $2 off. Season passes also are offered. The center offers a Splash Zone with ...
An early afternoon fire at Versailles Apartments appears to have been set intentionally, fire officials said.
It's easy to call Gainesville one of the best places for boating when you look at Lake Lanier.
An early morning fire damaged a 6,000-square-foot home in the Royal Lakes subdivision in Flowery Branch.
Hall County suffered about $800,000 in storm damage, county Fire Chief David Kimbrell told county commissioners at their meeting Wednesday.
Gary Wilson said he never dreamed he would pull up to his father's Lula business "and find crime scene tape."
Students across Hall County burst from school doors Thursday, ready to begin their summer vacations.
Hall's cities all showed a slight bump in population between 2011 and 2012 according to the estimates released today by the U.S. Census Bureau.
The Oakwood Police Department is working on a case against a Gainesville man involving a newspaper the department believes he fraudulently created called the Gainesville Observer.
A second Lula man in less than two weeks has been arrested on charges of manufacturing marijuana.
Two inches of rain has fallen so far today at Lee Gilmer Memorial Airport in Gainesville, and more may be on the way, according to the National Weather Service.
Hall County firefighters rescued four campers stranded on the Chattahoochee River on Monday morning.
The steady stream of family, friends and former students provided a visual, living timeline for the life of 80-year-old Curtis Segars.
Clearing has started on a new access road to the Hall County Government Center at 2875 Browns Bridge Road.
Lynnett Farmer was walking outside to check on her garden Wednesday afternoon when she heard a distinctive rattle coming from a ditch a few feet away.
Budget season may be winding down for Hall County's bigger governments preparing for fiscal 2013-14, but in cities such as Lula, Gillsville and Clermont, such number crunching typically flies well under the radar.
A $13,000 grant will be used to train "teachers as advisors" at Gainesville High School.
The Gainesville Public Utilities Department plans to do a new study of its water and sewer rates later this month.
John McHenry said one of his main goals as Flowery Branch city planner is redevelopment of the historic city center.
Hall County officials said they learned some lessons from the heavy storms and flooding that overwhelmed parts of the county last month.
The National Weather Service issued a flash flood watch Sunday afternoon for much of North Georgia, including Hall County, through this morning.
One person was killed in a one-vehicle wreck in North Hall County this morning.
Rose Turk stands impatiently at Frances Meadows Aquatic Center, waiting for her sunscreen application.