FLOWERY BRANCH - A new era of government began Wednesday in Flowery Branch as three City Council members were introduced and the council agreed to switch to night meetings as a way to better involve the public.
There's a good chance that Northeast Georgia will be covered in snow Thursday.
FLOWERY BRANCH - Flowery Branch Mayor Diane Hirling, re-elected to a second four-year term, was sworn in on Wednesday morning along with three new city council members.
A Gainesville man whose role in setting fire to an Atlanta strip club led to a sting that ensnared four other Dahlonega-based soldiers was sentenced this week in federal court.
Former Army medic Sandeo Pablo Dyson, 46, was sentenced to five years in prison for the Jan. 1, 2007 arson fire at Club Onyx.
Gainesville has a new mayor and new mayor pro tempore for the next two years.
From staff reports
Saying a 19-year-old murder suspect posed "a significant and substantial risk to flee," a judge denied bond in the case Tuesday.
Gov. Sonny Perdue visited North Georgia College & State University on Tuesday to award a $2.5 million grant from the OneGeorgia Authority to pave the way for the area's electronic super highway.
The Georgia Department of Transportation announces a detour to facilitate the reconstruction of the intersection at Brookwood and Caney roads.
Hall County firefighters responded to at least two fires Tuesday as temperatures plunged.
Commissioner Lauren "Bubba" McDonald Jr. began Tuesday his one-year term as chairman of the Georgia Public Service Commission.
The Junior League of Gainesville-Hall County hosted a workshop Tuesday to help nonprofit organizations in the community get a fresh start in the new year.
Having cable service may do more than keep your family entertained. It may also help your local government provide quality services and balance its budget.
A Hall County judge who sentenced a man to 18 years in prison nearly three years ago was asked Tuesday to grant him bond.
Family and friends who placed holiday flower arrangements on graves at Alta Vista Cemetery must remove them by the end of January, according to a notice from the city.
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The Gainesville Target is getting renovated, and local customers say they are excited.
Every president entering office has bumpy times getting a staff in place, "and we're seeing a little bit of that" from President Donald Trump ...
Community donations to Gainesville schools topped $53,000 during the second quarter ending Dec. 31.
The familiar NBG logo is gone from the Gainesville bank's brick exterior, but officials at the new State Bank and Trust Co. taking over ...
Christy Crumbley's company doesn't look for lonely roads to put up a storefront.
Two lanes of cars stretched bumper to bumper from the main entrance of Centennial Arts Academy as parents and other legal guardians waited in line ...
Payouts from another government employee retirement plan in Georgia are nearly triple what is received by the lead plaintiff in a $75 million class-action lawsuit ...
Never stop moving.
HELEN - When most people think of Mardi Gras, they think of New Orleans, brightly colored costumes and elaborate floats crowded with people flinging beads and ...
Imagine waking up one day and thinking you won't be able to see your loved one again.
A Braselton mother and her son have been charged with multiple gun and drug charges.
The owner of the Greek Food Mart at 5646 Price Road on the western tip of Hall County claims that at the age of 75 ...
Algae and mahogany aren't words you use every day. Certainly not words frequently used by elementary and middle schoolers.
The J.A. Walters Family YMCA in Gainesville has begun an estimated $160,000 in repairs to its aquatics center.
Georgia lawmakers are again trying to let licensed gun owners carry concealed handguns on public college campuses.
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