The Hall County Library System is able to offer more test preparation and language learning services with the help of the Internet.
A Jackson County couple who survived an August plane crash on a small island off the Colombian coast is now in Miami, where the husband is scheduled for another surgery today.
The new Red Rabbit Route 7 started up more than a month ago, and numbers show that ridership is lagging.
About 200 people spread out Sunday afternoon on sidewalks at Jesse Jewell and E.E. Butler parkways to demonstrate against abortion.
They are fuzzy. They are cute. And owners of them say that you cannot have just one.
October is here, meaning it's time for the fall edition of the Blue Sky Concert series.
Gainesville and Hall County firefighters will remind students how to "stop, drop and roll" during the next few days for National Fire Prevention Week.
North Georgia College & State University continues a lecture series tonight with a look at engaging science students.
Tracey Robertson knows the value of carpooling.
With a weak economy still bearing down, Oakwood plans to put forward a 2011 budget Monday evening that may look like a copy from this year.
The No Child Left Behind Act's rising expectations are leaving many Georgia schools behind, as a growing number are penalized for missing federal academic targets.
BRASELTON - Phillip Gross leaned in as his three children, ages 4 to 7, stood at the open door of the race car and stared wide-eyed as the suited-up driver talked about his vehicle.
Thrift-sale shoppers can be like cheetahs.
City engineers are moving forward with plans for the Cedar Creek water treatment plant.
Racing fans walked away with some one-of-a-kind memorabilia during an annual auction at Road Atlanta in Braselton.
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Residents wary of more gridlock on Dawsonville Highway from a planned large upscale subdivision along Ahaluna Drive in Gainesville are embracing the city's request ...
Ethel Percy Andrus lived by what she preached.
Each of the three former Boy Scouts honored at the annual American Values Dinner Thursday shared one thing in common. Honorees Sen. Butch Miller, Bob ...
Right of way acquisition now can begin officially on the Spout Springs Road widening project in South Hall.
Mention the federal Department of Transportation, and Gainesville Mayor Danny Dunagan sees red and gets hot under the collar.
A Gainesville man is accused of trying to strangle a deputy at the Hall County Jail.
Arabella Partlow could be counted on.
While some construction barrels already line some Hall County roads, other traffic relief appears on the way in the form of some big transportation projects.
When winter weather hits North Georgia, the proper preparation can help get you through the storm and stay warm and safe. Follow these tips:
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