The Georgia Mountain Food Bank has planned a food distribution for 10 a.m. Saturday at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Hall County, located at 1 Positive Place in Gainesville. The Georgia Mountain Food Bank expects to serve 800 households with this distribution. People who qualify for The Emergency Food Assistance Program are eligible to receive this food.
The Georgia Mountain Food Bank expects to serve 800 households with this distribution. People who qualify for The Emergency Food Assistance Program are eligible to receive this food.
The Hall County Republican Party has scheduled its Membership Appreciation Rally for 4-8 p.m. Saturday at the Elks Club, 1547 Riverside Drive, Gainesville.
Robyn Hummer has been a supporter of West Hall High School football even before her sons went to school there.
The Disabled American Veterans Chapter 17 in Gainesville has worked through a weak economy to organize its third annual Veterans Appreciation Day.
JEFFERSON - A lack of revenue is causing the Jefferson City Schools System Board of Education to seek out alternative funding sources.
Belmont residents with dry wells could start seeing water lines installed in their community in the next two months.
Even when the economy is down, lottery sales are good.
A judge has dismissed Hall County Sheriff Steve Cronic from a federal lawsuit filed over a May 2006 incident in which a deputy used an electrified Taser against a Flowery Branch High School student.
Lake Lanier is up, but don't expect it to get too much higher.
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.
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The parable of feeding the 5,000 with five loaves of bread and two fish is one of a few lessons of Christ told in ...
A former Atlanta Falcons running back was charged with driving under the influence and failure to maintain lane by the Hall County Sheriff's Office.
State officials expect debit cards for more than 4,000 recipients of child support and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, including more than 50 individuals ...
A Clarkston man allegedly fell asleep while driving on Interstate 985 Monday afternoon, leading to nonlife-threatening injuries for himself and two passengers, authorities said.
The Gainesville Parks and Recreation Department has earned reaccreditation through the Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies and the National Recreation and Park ...
With two longtime Gainesville City Council members stepping down this year, the Nov. 3 election to replace them may be rather competitive.
Montine Whelchel Smith, an associate minister at St. John Baptist Church, announced her candidacy for the Gainesville City Council Ward 3 seat in early September.
The Oakwood Planning Commission gave its blessing Monday night to a rezoning proposal that allows for 105 townhouses across from Johnson High School.
A woman told police she passed out in her apartment and woke up to an acquaintance sexually assaulting her, according to testimony Monday in Magistrate ...
A man told police that the College Park man sitting behind him in his 1994 Buick Century put a gun to his head and told ...
Gainesville City Schools Superintendent Wanda Creel is a finalist for the Lexington Educational Leadership Award fellowship.
Hall County school leaders want local voters to be informed before a Nov. 3 vote on a sales tax for education.
Authorities say a man accused in a birthday party shooting at a Lanier Islands lake house told them he fired shots in self-defense.
A former Hall County Jail inmate allegedly punched while handcuffed by a former jailer settled for $50,000, according to his attorney.
No one showed for the first of three public hearings on Oakwood's proposed tax rate for fiscal 2016, which begins Jan. 1.
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