Rudolph's, a fine dining mainstay for years in Gainesville, has closed its doors.
Before the drenching rains eased up Wednesday across Hall County, storms left flooding and fallen trees in their wake.
The heavy rain North Georgia has seen during the past day could help boost Lake Lanier by as much as 3 to 4 feet by today.
Leaders of the Hall County school system are reviewing ways to use teachers more efficiently for the upcoming school year in an effort to keep instructional costs down.
A recent report from the Georgia Division of Public Health concludes that LHR Farms, a White County facility that processes waste from septic tanks, poses no threat to human health.
Fosamax. Actonel. Boniva. These drugs have been advertised on TV so much they've become household words.
FLOWERY BRANCH - Flowery Branch has cleared a key hurdle toward reaching its eventual goal to double capacity at its sewer treatment plant.
Longtime Brenau University history professor Jim Southerland will take on Brenau's top academic role this week.
This New Year's holiday, 21 people died in crashes across Georgia, according to the Georgia State Patrol.
A Jackson County School System special education bus carrying Kings Bridge Middle School students overturned shortly after 4 p.m. on Tuesday.
A statewide business magazine has included four people with ties to Hall County among its 100 Most Influential Georgians of 2009.
After nearly two months without one, Gainesville officially has a city manager.
A panel appointed by Gov. Sonny Perdue to make recommendations on the future of the state's education system has recommended that Georgia's two-year colleges be moved from the Board of Regents to the technical college system.
While the moist, gray weather that many areas have been experiencing for the past few days can be depressing, don't expect to see any improvement in the dismal conditions today.
FLOWERY BRANCH - South Hall library patrons now can get their coffee poured before they pore over books at the Hall County Library System's Spout Springs branch.
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A College Park man died after a wreck Tuesday night in Gainesville, according to Georgia State Patrol.
Finding ways to regulate and tax Internet-based travel accommodations such as Airbnb and other rental websites may be on the agenda for Georgia lawmakers when ...
Hoschton entrepreneur Joel Gephart is among the finalists in the design category of the Martha Stewart American Made competition, which had its online voting begin ...
The parable of feeding the 5,000 with five loaves of bread and two fish is one of a few lessons of Christ told in ...
A former Atlanta Falcons running back was charged with driving under the influence and failure to maintain lane by the Hall County Sheriff's Office.
State officials expect debit cards for more than 4,000 recipients of child support and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, including more than 50 individuals ...
A Clarkston man allegedly fell asleep while driving on Interstate 985 Monday afternoon, leading to nonlife-threatening injuries for himself and two passengers, authorities said.
The Gainesville Parks and Recreation Department has earned reaccreditation through the Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies and the National Recreation and Park ...
With two longtime Gainesville City Council members stepping down this year, the Nov. 3 election to replace them may be rather competitive.
Montine Whelchel Smith, an associate minister at St. John Baptist Church, announced her candidacy for the Gainesville City Council Ward 3 seat in early September.
The Oakwood Planning Commission gave its blessing Monday night to a rezoning proposal that allows for 105 townhouses across from Johnson High School.
A woman told police she passed out in her apartment and woke up to an acquaintance sexually assaulting her, according to testimony Monday in Magistrate ...
A man told police that the College Park man sitting behind him in his 1994 Buick Century put a gun to his head and told ...
Gainesville City Schools Superintendent Wanda Creel is a finalist for the Lexington Educational Leadership Award fellowship.
Hall County school leaders want local voters to be informed before a Nov. 3 vote on a sales tax for education.
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