It may be a case of David vs. Goliath, but Clermont officials say they are prepared to take on the county in a likely costly legal battle over the location of a North Hall library.
Gainesville native Richard Shaw has a few secrets, and they can all be found in his cooking.
A Hall County man called 911 to tell operators he had set his house on fire, and by the time firefighters arrived, it was fully engulfed in flames, officials said. No one was hurt.
One man's ex-wife denies him access to their 10-year-old child out of spite. A woman's 9-year-old daughter has taken on the adult role of peacemaker and mediator, passing messages between father and mother.
Joey Leonard, 17, was driving while texting on a cell phone with a friend when he glanced down for an instant and took his eye off the road.
A bill promising local school districts more flexibility in a time of economic hardship is making its way to the floor of the state House of Representatives.
A Gainesville dental office opened its doors Friday to offer free care to more than 80 people in need.
Joan Alford's neighborhood watch has been active for a few years, but recently it regained focus as burglaries increased in the down economy.
Traditionally, school boards use annual retreats as an opportunity to make plans for the following school year and beyond.
A pedestrian was struck and killed by a pickup truck backing out of a driveway in Oakwood, officials said.
Hall County schools Superintendent Will Schofield has been honored with the Gainesville Rotary Club's Guardian of Ethics Award.
H.F. Johnson Jr., former superintendent of Hall County schools, died Thursday. He was 71.
Hall County Sheriff's officials on Friday announced three arrests made in two separate burglary arrests.
OAKWOOD - A bleak revenue picture, made worse by expenses piling up from bad winter weather beating the roads, cast a pall over the Georgia Department of Transportation's annual forum Thursday.
Gainesville residents will have a chance to tell the City Council what they think about a proposal to cut their trash collection service.
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Nearly two hours of a closed meeting Saturday led to no action on Gainesville schools Superintendent Wanda Creel's contract, but the board issued a ...
The ninth annual Gala for Hope and Healing benefitting the Children's Center for Hope and Healing was a scene straight from the Roaring '20s ...
The search effort for a man missing on Lake Lanier since Friday continued Saturday night, officials said.
The third annual Night of Awareness event was held Saturday, at First Baptist Church to support the SS Revolution Ministries and to help raise money ...
A vehicle crashing into a home overnight Saturday in East Hall County sent a child to the hospital with injuries and caused extensive damage to ...
Following some high-profile shooting events around the country, Gainesville Police will host a civilian response seminar Wednesday on how to respond in these dangerous situations.
Have you ever wanted to see your friends, family or community leaders locked in a cage for hours on end? Thanks to the Humane Society ...
More than 100 people came out Friday to the Frances Meadows Aquatic Center in Gainesville for the Family Splash Bash, a fundraiser for the Gateway ...
Gwinnett County Police on Friday released information about clothing connected to a woman's skull and bones found July 29 along Interstate 985 in Buford.
Ten arrests were made by the Multi-Agency Narcotics Squad Thursday during an undercover prostitution and drug investigation.
The two people who died in a wreck Wednesday morning on Interstate 85 were from Lincolnton, N.C., the Georgia State Patrol said in an ...
Students at Chestatee High School spent the last hour of the school day Friday on the edge of their seats in front of screens throughout ...
The Times began covering the Olympics' arrival in Hall County from the day the announcement was made. The headlines prior to the Games and during ...
Braving winter weather
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