Nearly two years ago, in December 2007, Lake Lanier reached its all-time low water level of 1,050.79 feet above sea level, more than 20 feet below full pool.
State of economy slows fishing traffic
Georgians have made it through the drought and appear to have held on to some of the conservation tips they learned during drier times.
Now that Lake Lanier's water level has risen to full pool, local business owners hope the number of customers will go up, too.
Lake Lanier is rising - into a sea of controversy.
For the first time in more than four years, the reservoir that supplies water to Gainesville and most of metro Atlanta is full.
The Jefferson City Council has approved its millage rate and general fund budget for the 2010 fiscal year.
A golf tournament benefiting a Chestnut Mountain man paralyzed after falling from a ladder in May 2008 has been rescheduled to Nov. 2 at Royal Lakes Golf and Country Club in South Hall.
The state's 5-year-old math curriculum may be bearing the fruits of educators' labor.
JEFFERSON - He may not be from the South, but Riccardo Dei Rossi has fallen in love with two Southern favorites: fried chicken and mashed potatoes.
Students in Georgia's public colleges soon will be able to get at the heart of their passions faster following a core curriculum policy change from the state Board of Regents.
Hall County is opening its new, state-of-the-art animal shelter to the public at 9 this morning.
Recent rains have several area creeks bursting at the seams and Lake Lanier within inches of reaching full pool.
If you're on the fence about buying a new car this year, the IRS has an incentive that may help you decide.
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Instead of his usual yard work, retired Juvenile Court Judge Cliff Jolliff walked inside The Little House on Washington Street in Gainesville a month ago ...
Each year, students with behavioral or psychological disabilities are sent from local public schools to the Futures Program.
Punctuated by the snip-snip-snip of scissors, the dialogue between Pauline Skinner and Stylarama "operator" Sherry Armstrong touches on most every subject.
Women all over the country buy and sell breast milk, but may not realize the inherent risks of doing so.
With the nation mourning the loss of four Marines and one Navy officer who lost their lives in the attack on two military centers in ...
Area residents are skeptical about progress but eager to see completion of the Appalachian Parkway - formerly known as the Cleveland Bypass.
Anthony Hughes of Carrollton is dead serious about buccaneer life, from the bandanna tied around his head to the black Cavalier boots on his feet.
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