Most middle schoolers aren't thinking about college applications yet, but a handful are working on applications to Hall County's Da Vinci Academy.
More Georgians are going hungry than ever before, and many aren't getting the help that's available.
BRASELTON - The Braselton Town Council has voted to move forward with issuing bonds to fund several water and wastewater system projects.
Debbie Truelove knew she had a lot to live up to when she went to the Georgia Fire Academy in 1997.
Patrick Jones' blue eyes lit up when he was asked what he wants for Christmas.
The road to healthy eating during the holidays starts with the mind, not the knife and fork, says one area dietitian.
Faulty equipment led to a power outage that affected some 3,200 Georgia Power customers in Gainesville late Saturday and early Sunday.
Hall County firefighters are investigating a Saturday night house fire on West Ridge Road near Benson Drive.
Surrounded by steam and massive soybean storage bins, Matt Pearson is the affable guy at the helm of one of Gainesville's most profitable and polluting industries.
A group of law enforcement officers helped show kids the spirit of Christmas Saturday morning at the annual Shop with a Cop program.
There's good news if you put plans on hold to purchase your first home because you thought you'd missed the boat on the First-time Homebuyer Tax Credit.
Georgia's public schools - and some local leaders - are competing in their own version of "The Amazing Race."
Rain has been good for Lake Lanier, filling it up and more, but it hasn't been so kind to the area's state roads.
Saturday's send-off for the Gainesville football team to the state title game was especially meaningful for Kim Davis.
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Gwinnett County police are looking for witnesses to determine who was at fault in a rollover crash Tuesday that killed a Flowery Branch man.
Gainesville police are asking residents to help them find a man they say exposed himself to a woman earlier this month in the Wilshire Trails ...
Gainesville Middle School leaders spent the past three years focused on helping the lowest-achieving students improve, and the efforts paid off.
They play bingo twice a day over at Oxton Place, and that suits resident Darlene Coffman just fine.
Infections, blood clots and misaligned orthopedic devices are among the complications that can arise from common elective procedures, such as hip and knee replacements and ...
The motion to have a judge removed from a five-defendant murder case because of an email sent to Drug Court participants was denied July 9.
A neighbor in "tent city" told a jury Wednesday about seeing her friend's blood pouring "like syrup" as she returned to the homeless encampment.
A 16-year-old has been arrested in a string of incidents in South Hall county, after authorities say he was caught on a resident's camera.
Some migrant students in North Georgia will soon have easier access to a college degree, thanks to a $2.1 million grant.
Oakwood is seeking money to improve Old Oakwood Road in step with nearby Performance Foodservice Milton's plans to build a 521,135-square-foot warehouse.
With hundreds of children needing foster care homes in North Georgia, Sara Griffith of Murrayville decided she wanted to be part of the solution.
With big dreams come the possibility of worst nightmares.
One answer to the foster care crisis in Hall County is clear: More foster homes are needed for the approximately 180 children in care each ...
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