Despite the gallons of petroleum flowing into the Gulf of Mexico from a major oil spill, U.S. health officials say it is still safe to consume seafood from that area.
Who knew alpaca fur soaks up oil?
The number of people who faced Judge Hammond Law for driving without a license peaked in the first quarter of 2007, when an average of more than 100 a month came into Gainesville Municipal Court to answer to the charge.
Lake Lanier Association plans to hold its annual membership meeting Tuesday night at Lakeview Center at 2057 Dawson Forest Road in Dawson County.
The Habitat for Humanity ReStore has expanded into a new location off of Skelton Road.
A regional micro-lender has partnered with Ninth District Opportunity, Inc. to provide financial education courses to parents of Head Start students.
Some insects make you run out of the room in search of a fly swatter.
Lower Pool East Park near the Buford Dam could open this weekend with the completion of a pedestrian bridge crossing the Chattahoochee River.
It is not every day that you see 15,000 rubber ducks in Lake Lanier.
Instead of snuggling down lower in their beds Saturday, a couple dozen folks headed down to Elachee Nature Science Center for an early morning adventure.
FLOWERY BRANCH - Fifth Row Center has performed on several stages through its two-year history, but the South Hall community theater wants to conduct business and hold classes in one location.
As tax revenue continues to dwindle, local governments are coming up with creative ways to bring in a little extra cash.
Many local high school seniors have one more week of classes before they turn their tassels, but preparation for graduation ceremonies began months ago.
With a father who was police chief in two Southwest Georgia towns, it might seem Brian Kelly was always on track to follow in his footsteps.
A bank robber remains at large after a Saturday morning heist at a Buford bank, and the suspect may be connected to a bank robbery from earlier in the week.
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A Hall County man was charged with child exploitation after investigators found 200 sexually explicit videos and photographs of minor children in his possession, according ...
Living in poverty means having to make stark, difficult choices about where to spend what little money is available from day to day.
The final witnesses testified Thursday in the malice murder trial of Ofelia Barrera-Rodriguez, 49.
Several hundred people attended an event in downtown Gainesville Thursday night to raise awareness of childhood cancer. Live music, food trucks and a petting zoo ...
Hall County Fire Services responded Thursday to a vehicle submerged in a Lake Lanier cove, and a dive team was dispatched to search for potential ...
Flowery Branch committed $605,000 Thursday night to stormwater improvements around the planned City Hall.
Chief Warrant Officer 2 Stephen Giove remembers, as a child in Hollywood, Fla., regular parades through the city put on by a local military academy.
Two staff members of The Times earned awards at the annual Southern Newspaper Publishers Association's News Industry Summit in Sarasota, Fla.
Oakwood hopes to follow in the footsteps of other communities, including Gainesville, by setting up an electric car charging station.
For the more than 32,000 Hall County residents living in poverty, and the countless more teetering on the brink, just knowing who to ask ...
Witnesses testifying in a murder trial Wednesday morning told the jury about Ofelia Barrera-Rodriguez's movements and comments in the days after the death of ...
A Hall County firefighter who is originally from Louisiana went back to his hometown of Central to help flood victims last month. Now Lt. Damon ...
Staffing shortages at a Gainesville taxpayer assistance office will be remedied next month, according to an announcement from the Internal Revenue Service.
A federal lawsuit claims Georgia's voter registration process violates the Voting Rights Act and has prevented tens of thousands of people from being able ...
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