Lula's Veterans Park is coming to life with 207 bricks laid in honor of soldiers and more bricks sold every day.
Emory Turner, 61, still lives in the Gainesville neighborhood where he was born and raised.
With the recent arrival of seasonal flu shots, now is the time to begin protecting yourself from H1N1, health officials say.
CLERMONT - Lawn chairs replaced pews as several hundred people crowded Clermont Park on Sunday morning for a church service as part of Clermont City Celebration.
The Georgia Mountain Food Bank in Hall County will distribute food to 500 families on Saturday provided through the U.S. Department of Agriculture as part of the federal stimulus act.
BRASELTON - Georgia Karting, which has proposed to build a new racetrack in Braselton, has scheduled a public meeting in Braselton on Thursday to discuss its plans.
On Tuesday, the Georgia Department of Transportation will hold the last of two open house sessions to discuss a four-year plan outlining projects for rural areas in Northeast Georgia.
Labor Day hasn't been as deadly as projected so far statewide, but one of the three people killed on Georgia's roads was involved in a Hall County wreck.
Starting Tuesday, a Dahlonega physical therapy center will have a new location.
Assistant Hall County Library System Director Lisa MacKinney turned her passion for reading into a career.
The Labor Day holiday will have government offices throughout the area closed today, but Hall County workers are taking an extra day off as well.
CLARKESVILLE - The Habersham County Detention Center isn't 30 years old - it just looks it.
HOSCHTON - New Community Church in Hoschton hasn't been in its building on Ga. 53 for a year yet, but it is already seeing swells in Sunday attendance and planning for future growth.
Though it looks nearly complete from the outside, a completion date for Gainesville's downtown parking deck is still at least a month away, according to project manager Jarrett Nash.
After graduating from North Hall High School in 2004, Ryan Townsend enrolled at Augusta State University as an optimistic, goal-oriented freshman.
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The Hall County school board approved its fiscal year 2016 budget at its meeting Monday night, including a slight increase in the millage rate.
Hall County officials are now considering a $93.6 million general fund spending plan for the 2016 fiscal year, with two options on the table.
Laurie Brown, a science teacher at World Language Academy in Flowery Branch, is spending her summer in someone else's science lab.
Downtown Lula is getting another makeover, thanks in large part to an Atlanta native who has become endeared by the northeast Hall County city's past.
Like many kids her age, Carmela Villalobos wanted to do things her way or not at all.
Turnout at the Hall County Government Family Health Center, which serves county employees, has been strong in the first five months of operation, according to county officials, and plans are in the works to generate more interest and participation.
Two teenagers walked out of a home in Tower Heights Apartments and wiped tears from their eyes.
A Hoschton woman found dead inside her home will be included in an HBO documentary on gun deaths airing Monday night.
Whether it was on the playground in sixth grade, at a barber shop or in the business community, Gus Whalen had a way of making an impression.
The signs are everywhere around Peppers Market, at the corner of Atlanta Street and EE Butler Parkway in Gainesville.
Competitive bicyclists descended on Lula Saturday for The Georgia State Championship Road Race.
Officials with Hall County Sheriff's Office arrested a 27-year-old Gainesville man Friday following an investigation involving more than 400 grams of methamphetamine.
All good things need room to grow.
With hundreds of children needing foster care homes in North Georgia, Sara Griffith of Murrayville decided she wanted to be part of the solution.
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