Less than two weeks ago, North Georgia received a couple of inches of snow and ice. Now, the possibility of snow, sleet and freezing rain returns as early as tonight.
Edgar Duskin Kenyon practiced his Christian faith, as well as law, as a young group of attorneys observed one day in 1972.
The local community has become more aware of child sex trafficking, children's advocates say. Now, the advocates hope to engage the community further.
Quality of life issues received the most time and attention Friday at the Gainesville City Council's annual goal-setting retreat, with several proposals made to improve services and amenities for residents while also bolstering tourism.
A school resource officer's vehicle is one of the most important tools in his or her arsenal.
A committee exploring bike and pedestrian options in Hall County is set to meet 10 a.m. to noon today at the Hall County Government Center.
ATLANTA - Republican governors scored easy political points by rejecting President Barack Obama's plan to enroll more poor people in government health insurance.
Five people were injured in a two-vehicle wreck Sunday afternoon on Ga. 365 at Howard Road in Gainesville.
Area governments wanting to eventually spruce up "blighted" areas through a state tax-incentive program might have to put their plans on hold awhile.
Gainesville Middle School teacher Iris Butts pointed to the math problem in front of her students.
The growing gap between the richest of the rich and the poorest of the poor has filled more space in national newspapers and airtime on political talk shows and sparked more studies among economists since the rapid rise and fall of the Occupy Wall Street movement in 2011.
Twenty-seven couples signed up for the Hall County Parks and Leisure Services' first Father Daughter Valentine Dance at Mulberry Creek Community Center, said Steve Hutson, facility coordinator for the center.
Hard work by outreach programs to help local youth sometimes can go unrecognized by the general public.
Since she was a 14-year-old sophomore at Lakeview Academy, Vidya Medepalli had a vision of helping raise awareness and funds for people suffering from heart ailments.
Hall County law enforcement authorities believe the body of a woman found Saturday behind an Oakwood home is that of Holly Fox Strickland, who had been missing since Monday.
A Gainesville man was acquitted Tuesday by a Hall County jury in a misdemeanor theft by shoplifting case.
A monthlong series of events will start Saturday to help the Lake Lanier Islands resort fill about 500 seasonal positions.
A Braselton man has been arrested in connection with a Dec. 31 robbery at the Ingles pharmacy in Flowery Branch.
What does it take to be a STAR student? Intelligence, tenacity, persistence, grit and a stick-to-it-iveness that will get them through the four years of high school being at the top of their game academically.
Gainesville will implement a zero-tolerance drug-testing policy beginning Saturday for public safety workers, with termination of employment the penalty for a single failed test.
In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court last year gave states the authority to collect DNA before suspects are convicted, and Georgia may do so.
Speakers from the public, private and institutional sectors at Tuesday's Career Success Day used different methods to share their messages.
A fire at a home in the 700 block of Kenwood Drive in Gainesville damaged a home, but the residents got out without injury, officials said.
Construction crews have poured the first of 12 concrete caissons that will support the new Clarks Bridge on Ga. 284/Clarks Bridge Road at Lake Lanier.
Don Carter State Park in North Hall County wants area businesses to cash in on the tourism it's generating from its spot off Lake Lanier.
Local lawyer and former Hall County Commissioner Ashley Bell has formally announced his intentions to run for state school superintendent.
When the new Fair Street School building opened in October 2013, it was the Gainesville city school system's goal for all of those students to have their own school-issued tablet devices with the intent of eventually taking those home.
Ongoing concerns about the costs associated with providing services in Gainesville and unincorporated parts of Hall County have led state lawmakers to push for a bill that would put a mediation process in place for dealing with the city's next round of "island" annexations.