New reservoirs aren't the immediate answer for Georgia's water needs, a panel of local government leaders said Thursday.
Facing an $11.5 million gap in next year's budget, Hall County Board of Commissioners Chairman Tom Oliver recommended a tax increase Thursday night.
The National Weather Service says the storm system that struck the Midwest this week is moving into Georgia, bringing possible thunderstorms to the state.
An intact World War I bomb was found Tuesday afternoon in Winder, with the U.S. Air Force called in to retrieve the device.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is reviewing bids for a new outpatient clinic in Hall County and plans to award a contract in late September.
Residents in Lumpkin, Habersham and White counties have until early June to file claims for Disaster Unemployment Assistance.
Local law enforcement are searching for two missing individuals in unrelated cases.
A new chapter begins this fall for students at Spout Springs Elementary School.
Quenn and her partners assisted in 135 arrests, apprehended 52 suspects and seized more than $35,000 worth of drugs and property in 2010.
Gov. Nathan Deal is taking a few minutes today to remember the 22 Georgia soldiers who died in Iraq and Afghanistan during the past year.
Superior Court Judge Jason Deal is still considering whether to suppress statements Reginald Coleman made during interrogation.
For the first time since early May, the Hall County area might get doused with rain today and Friday.
Only a handful of Gainesville City Schools employees - and no members of the public - were present at the school board's general budget hearings Wednesday.
Emotions ran high Tuesday as the faculty, students and community celebrated the last day of school at Fair Street International Baccalaureate World School, set to be demolished this fall and rebuilt.
A new Clermont ordinance could completely prohibit the sale of alcoholic beverages and include restrictions on open containers and brown-bagging.
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Some early work has started on the new Mincey Marble site in the Gainesville Business Park off Calvary Church Road.
Authorities are warning of an entering auto spree in North Hall happening overnight along the U.S. 129/Cleveland Highway corridor.
A Flowery Branch man is accused of accepting payment for tree removal work but not finishing the job.
Flowery Branch Elementary School's newsroom is a decade behind.
Threats of suicide and other attempts at self-harm is a key finding in a 2016 Georgia review of domestic violence fatalities, when Hall County had ...
The highest honor the Kiwanis Club awards went to a woman who dedicated three decades to helping children.
Lanier Islands resort is looking to add 531 staff members to prepare for the summer season.
For some, the TomeCon literary conference is the Super Bowl.
Gainesville city officials recently put up a green Deshaun Watson Way street sign after they were notified by the Federal Highway Administration that a red ...
A proposed new doughnut shop got the Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board's approval Tuesday night.
The Georgia Department of Labor's Habersham Career Center will host a third recruitment Wednesday for Flexicrew, a staffing and employment agency, to hire 50 ...
Kindergarten registration for Hall County Schools children entering kindergarten in the fall will be held at each of the Hall elementary schools on March 21 ...
Belk and Wacoal are partnering to offer free bra fittings March 31 at the Belk at Lakeshore Mall in Gainesville.
Oakwood's Chick-fil-A hasn't had a renovation since it opened nearly 17 years ago.
When winter weather hits North Georgia, the proper preparation can help get you through the storm and stay warm and safe. Follow these tips:
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