Two Gainesville men were charged Wednesday with theft by taking, criminal damage to property and criminal trespassing after a copper theft at a Jackson EMC substation.
Sid Steele pointed out the military relics, including a Japanese flag captured during World War II, and explained their history.
Gainesville residents will have a new option for lakeside property with a new 16-lot subdivision coming to Ramsey Road near Kubota Manufacturing.
In between flu shots, annual physicals and unforeseen medical emergencies, not a lot of women give much thought to the health of their breasts.
North Georgians may be pleased with their regional power, but others in the state could have concerns about the geographic concentration of the state's top officials.
Gainesville High School drama teacher Pam Ware describes her former student, John Hopkins, as a Renaissance man.
Local organizations are starting up their annual charity events, hoping to get enough donations and volunteers to make it through yet another tough financial year.
Hall County has encountered another obstacle while building the North Hall park and library and may have to condemn a piece of land to complete the park.
Lake Lanier's operations project manager said Tuesday he hopes a draft of the new water control manual for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River Basin will be finished early next year.
Just as no one chooses to battle cancer, no one chooses how the illness will affect their body.
Veterans Day isn't until Thursday, but some local schools are starting early to honor the nation's warriors with events and programs.
Middle-school students at Chestatee Academy of Inquiry and Talent Development are spending more time in their community this year than ever before.
Hall County Schools is working to stay ahead of bullying, and plan to make some policy changes in the next several months.
Flowery Branch is looking at training opportunities for its new City Council members, as well as a March retreat to discuss pressing and long-term issues in the South Hall city.
Costumed and dancing sidewalk advertisers, common in many communities, will have to leave Oakwood's streets.
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All roads have been reopened after closures near the intersection of Hog Mountain and Blackjack roads in South Hall because of a large gas leak ...
The University of North Georgia will officially recognize its new, four-story residence hall, The Commons, with a ribbon-cutting on the Dahlonega campus at 10 a ...
Braving winter weather
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