Overcast skies didn't stop dozens of athletes from gathering at East Hall Park for a day filled with a variety of friendly competitions.
Joe Satterfield makes no bones about it: A politician isn't worth much if he doesn't look out for his hometown.
Gainesville Public Utilities Director Kelly Randall took a cue from the city's police chief Thursday, telling council members that although his budget is leaner, it won't last long.
Customers in downtown Gainesville helped fund cancer research Wednesday by participating in Relay on the Square.
Hall County jurors may be asked to answer a novel question this summer: Can a work of fiction defame a real person?
Riverside Military Academy deputy superintendent and former head football coach Chris Lancaster is no longer employed at the private school after he violated school policy by paddling a cadet on campus last week.
The Gainesville City Council has changed the time of today's budget and work session.
Melisa Sizemore, an advertising representative for The Times, was named salesperson of the year by the Georgia Press Association at an advertising conference last weekend.
Like Russian roulette, drinking and driving is a risky game of chance that students just shouldn't play.
Amy Paden never considered herself to be super patriotic.
The downturn in the economy has begun to affect the number of programs Gainesville's Parks and Recreation department provides, but it hasn't yet affected the cost of those programs.
Amid concerns of a possible swine flu pandemic, local schools are taking precautions and keeping parents informed.
HOSCHTON - Police Chief David Hill has resigned from the Hoschton Police Department to take a job with the Jefferson Police Department, Mayor Bill Copenhaver said Wednesday.
U.S. Rep. Nathan Deal has reserved the plaza between the old and current Hall County courthouses on Friday and is expected to announce he is entering the race for governor.
BRASELTON - Lake Lanier Convention & Visitors Bureau plans to launch a new Web site next week as part of an ongoing effort to "reposition" itself to a larger market, its president said Tuesday.
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For longtime residents, the now-derailed Enota Bypass was simply another chapter - and maybe sore spot - in a long-standing issue of how to steer traffic around ...
Almost 70 years after Cecil Guest left the Gainesville Police Department, his badge will be turned in for good.
An Alto woman is accused of shooting a man three times in the chest Monday in Gainesville, police said.
Two suspects who stole tablets and cash from the North Hall High School main office appear in a surveillance video released Thursday by authorities.
A man with dementia and schizophrenia has been found after he went missing Wednesday morning, according to the Hall County Sheriff's Office.
The secrets to a longer life are elusive, but simple.
A new senior multi-family dwelling is proposed for 11 acres behind Habersham Bank at 5977 Spout Springs Road, and the Flowery Branch City Council on ...
A new $5 million City Hall is in store for Flowery Branch.
They're more than just an eyesore.
Richard Oates, a member of the University of North Georgia's faculty since 1982, will become vice president of the school's Gainesville campus on ...
A Gainesville woman convicted in October of shooting a taxicab driver in March 2015 has appealed her conviction and sentence to the Supreme Court of ...
Members of the Gainesville Jaycees turned over dirt, cleared away grass growing in the raised beds and began reading directions and planting seeds in the ...
Metro Gainesville's unemployment rate for March was 4.5 percent, down one-tenth of a percentage point from 4.6 percent in February, according to ...
A crowd gathered Wednesday to watch a new steeple being installed on Chestnut Mountain Presbyterian Church.
Members of the Newtown Florist Club will meet today at the Fair Street Neighborhood Center to hold a community conversation on the intersection of poverty ...
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