BRASELTON - A woman driving on Ga. 211 in Braselton was killed Wednesday morning when she lost control of her car, according to emergency service officials.
A Hall County Sheriff's deputy has been released from Northeast Georgia Medical Center following a wreck this morning in which his car overturned on Interstate 985, officials said.
Flowery Branch City Council voted 3-1 this morning to pay off the $411,611 note on Main Street offices across from City Hall, using money from its 1-cent sales tax and water/sewer capital funds.
Hall County authorities are urging motorists and property owners to be on the lookout for two missing horses that are loose near Gillsville Highway and Joe Parker Road.
Flowery Branch has been turned down for a grant that would have beefed up water service for some residents, but the city is hoping is take another shot at it in 2010, this time with Hall County's help.
The Gainesville City Council gave initial approval on Tuesday to multiple changes in the city's Unified Development Code.
A man accused of trying to kidnap a 10-year-old boy he did not know will report to court this week as part of a stringent set of bond conditions.
HOSCHTON - Incoming Hoschton City Council members got a taste of what it's like to sit around the meeting room table in city hall Monday.
JEFFERSON - The onset of the holidays have brought something besides good cheer - more burglaries.
Ready or not, overnight freezing temperatures are expected to arrive by the end of the week.
Georgia State University President Mark Becker shared his fervor for football with Rotary Club members on Monday.
Friday's playoff game between local high school football rivals Gainesville and Flowery Branch is sure to draw quite a crowd.
More than 25 years ago, when AIDS became a disease on the radar of mainstream America, most people tried to relegate the condition to one segment of the population.
The Gainesville City Council will cast its final vote today on the rates customers of city water and sewer facilities will pay in 2010.
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All it took was two ducks and 10 bucks.
Heavy-lifting Sgt. Greg Cochran with the Hall County Sheriff's office is back at it again, performing feats of almost superhuman strength for a crowd ...
Flowery Branch High School students, and three other schools, combined technology and compassion in an online project, "Mad about Mattering," seeking to "change the world ...
A U.S. District Court judge from Gainesville will join a selection of other judges to speak at the Vatican for a summit on human ...
It's touched thousands of people in Hall County alone.
Lane closures are expected through next week on Spout Springs Road in Flowery Branch between the Interstate 985 southbound and northbound ramps, the Georgia Department ...
A Gainesville woman is accused of ramming her car into another woman's car until it struck a power pole, police said.
Local officials were among those at public schools nationwide who received an Obama administration directive Friday saying they must permit transgender students to use bathrooms ...
A raucous roar of cheering, stamping and squealing poured out of the Sardis Enrichment School gymnasium Friday morning.
Wednesday's unveiling of artifacts recovered from a northeast Hall County historic mill site likely would have delighted the late William L. Norton Jr.
An argument in a Lula man's car preceded three gunshots to the chest and arms, a Gainesville Police investigator testified Thursday.
Two community advocates and former members of the Gainesville City Council were praised and honored Thursday night as the Council on Aging presented its second ...
Another 175 child welfare staff members will join the Division of Family and Children Services in July as the number of regional foster homes has ...
Gainesville City Council will consider approving a $33.5 million budget when it meets in June that includes no tax increases or water/sewer rate ...
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