Alcoholic beverage restrictions have gotten a little tighter in Oakwood.
Bomb technicians detonated a suspicious device near Holly Drive in Gainesville on Monday night, according to authorities.
A lifetime's worth of memorabilia, plaques, awards and paintings sat on shelves and hung on the walls of Jim Mathis Jr.'s office at the North Georgia Community Foundation.
A Gainesville Police investigator testified Monday about the acused getaway driver in an alleged drug deal and shooting that resulted in a man losing an eye.
A former Burger King employee is accused of forcing another employee into the freezer at knifepoint before taking $2,800 in cash, police said.
A man approached a Denny's employee Monday morning and demanded money at gunpoint, according to police.
Crystal Brown will be the first principal for Mundy Mill Academy, which will open its doors as Gainesville City Schools' newest elementary school for the 2017-18 year.
Oakwood Police are looking for a suspect in a GameStop armed robbery that led to a brief lockdown of the University of North Georgia's Gainesville campus on Sunday afternoon.
Options for widening Martin Road in South Hall and steering traffic away from area neighborhoods will be presented in a public meeting set for Jan. 18.
One person was killed in a wreck Monday morning on Interstate 985 near Buford Drive, according to authorities.
"The Sofa Sessions," a renowned series of intimate gatherings for local musicians at Brenau University hosted by famed songwriter and Gainesville-bred Bruce Burch, is coming to a close.
With her commute to Buckhead, Hoschton resident Juanita Brandon is interested particularly in toll lanes along Interstate 85.
A lockdown at the University of North Georgia's Gainesville campus has been lifted, but college officials are alerting students about an armed robbery at a nearby Game Stop store.
Saturday, Hall County Parks and Leisure hosted it's second annual HALLiday In The Park, spreading early Christmas cheer with food, activities and a visit from old Saint Nick.
Shannon Holland said she was trying to pull her husband Bradley Holland back from a fight when a gun went off Nov. 18 in the Chicopee Village.
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In the coming weeks, Gainesville school officials will be making important financial decisions related to the Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy replacement project.
A man with a water hose stands nearby to spray and clear the dust rising from the rubble as the excavator reaches its mechanical claw ...
Development of a proposed "alpine coaster" can move forward now that the Helen City Commission has given its approval.
When winter weather hits North Georgia, the proper preparation can help get you through the storm and stay warm and safe. Follow these tips:
A Jan. 24 deadline has been set for Georgia and Florida to try again to settle a U.S. Supreme Court dispute over water consumption ...
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