It isn't your average October.
For the first time in more than four years, Lake Lanier is less than a foot below its full level.
Gainesville Police located three missing children Monday night who had been missing since the previous evening.
JEFFERSON - The city of Jefferson is considering updating its water rate structure again.
Monday night, Oakwood City Council members gave initial approval to a proposed tax rate for 2010 that cuts city spending and leaves residents' tax rates the same.
Many leaders of public universities across the state will convene at North Georgia College & State University as the Dahlonega school hosts the University System of Georgia Board of Regents.
Receiving a tax bill is never welcomed, especially one that is up to $200 higher than the previous year's.
HELEN - Oktoberfest seems almost recession-proof.
DAWSONVILLE - Firefighters at Station 6 near Big Canoe have learned not to leave the bay door open for even a few minutes after recently finding bear prints and overturned trash inside.
With thousands of H1N1 vaccinations available, area health officials are doing something they didn't expect - waiting for willing participants.
Living well is the best prevention.
HOSCHTON - While most of Pam Tolbert's children know her as "momma," to her son, John Richard Nash, she was always "mother."
The deadline to seek a boat dock permit on Lake Lanier is Tuesday.
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A U.S. marshal killed when executing a warrant last week will have funeral services Saturday.
Editor's Note: Despite being included in this list previously, Avocados on the downtown Gainesville square is not open on Thanksgiving.
When it came time for James Procopio to graduate from Manhattan College in 1964, he had three options: join the military, get married or move ...
Healan's Mill is in the midst of a makeover.
Braving winter weather
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