For some families without medical insurance, going to the doctor is just half the financial battle of getting well.
Dealing with the death of a loved one or friend can be difficult, but the Northeast Georgia Medical Center Hospice continues to find ways to help people deal with their grief.
Kathy Gosselin this month became president of Georgia's Council of Superior Court Judges at a difficult time for the judiciary.
It's the first week of summer break for many kids and the weather is predicted to be seasonably nice.
As summer settles in, tall weeds and grass are a tell-tale sign that a foreclosed house is no longer a home.
Race promoter Duncan McGuire said the upcoming Tour of Atlanta in Dawson County is more than just a bike race.
The "H.E.A.T." seems to be working.
Maybe Jefferson Mayor Jim Joiner could grab tips from Jefferson Middle School.
Tasks that many take for granted can be nearly impossible for those with disabilities.
Volunteers grabbed their gloves and litter sticks Saturday morning for the second annual Oakwood Stream and Roadside Clean-up at Oakwood City Park.
Cecil Boswell's uniform is older than many of the people marching in or watching Gainesville's annual Memorial Day parade.
The monthlong civil trial that ended last week in Hall County Superior Court may be the county's longest ever, but it likely won't be the last.
If the U.S. Department of Education doesn't soon renew testing exemptions for students with disabilities, hundreds of schools across the state and dozens of schools locally could fail federal standards.
Paying taxes is painful enough without added interest and penalties.
There always are stragglers when it comes to paying taxes, but local officials say taxpayers are a little more sluggish this year than they were last year.
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A vote on two proposed Hall County large developments has been put off until Aug. 25.
In the wake of mass shootings and other tragedies across the nation, it's not uncommon to see the American flag flying at half-staff.
More than 33,000 automobiles travel up and down historic Green Street in Gainesville each day, and heavy trucks account for 16 percent of all ...
All roads have been reopened after closures near the intersection of Hog Mountain and Blackjack roads in South Hall because of a large gas leak ...
The University of North Georgia will officially recognize its new, four-story residence hall, The Commons, with a ribbon-cutting on the Dahlonega campus at 10 a ...
Braving winter weather
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