Bumper-to-bumper traffic. Alarm clocks that didn't sound. Kids who forgot their homework. Emails filling the inbox.
The Lake Lanier Olympic Venue fell into some disrepair in recent years, but the nonprofit Gainesville-Hall '96 Foundation is working to revive the legacy of the venue that hosted kayaking and rowing events during the 1996 Atlanta Summer Games.
The city of Gainesville is considering how to pay for upgrades and replacements to aging stormwater infrastructure, which has resulted in flooding and sinkholes.
History was brought to life as Holocaust survivor Hershel Greenblat shared his story.
The Main Street Gainesville Advisory Board met Tuesday to discuss goals and priorities as it prepares to launch a series of local events this spring.
As the nation's job market sputtered in recent years, leaving millions of Americans without work, the stereotype of the low-wage, low-skilled deadbeat cashing unemployment checks became a bogeyman for America's economic woes.
Seven students have earned top honors at the Georgia Literary Meet.
Northeast Georgia Medical Center is tops - again.
A Gainesville man is set to stand trial before a Hall County jury April 21 after being indicted on charges of armed robbery, aggravated assault and felony obstruction in February 2013.
Cleaning to kick off the season is a commonly practiced spring tradition. But it's not limited to just kitchens and basements; it includes the Chattahoochee River.
A Gainesville man was sentenced to 10 years in prison by a Hall County judge after pleading guilty to sexually abusing a disabled person, according to the district attorney's office.
If you give a teacher a roomful of people who aren't her students, she will still find a way to teach them.
Gainesville City Council voted 4-2 Tuesday to ease restrictions on where pawnshops can be located in the city.
Jamey Moore is the choice as new principal of North Hall High School.
A brief ceremony outside the Hall County Courthouse this week will honor crime victims.
An umbrella is needed for the first three days of the week, but sun and warm temperatures should return in time for the weekend.
The Times and Document Destruction Services will combine for a document shredding event Friday to benefit Hall County Relay for Life.
Brenau University President Ed Schrader is marking off the days until the end of the school year.
In 2003, a battle brewed in Georgia's legislature over the creation of a statewide indigent defense system.
The city of Gainesville is considering allowing digital billboards to be erected within the city limits, but concerns remain about how distracting such electronic signs might be to drivers.
The Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint Stakeholders soldiers on, but behind closed doors.
On Tuesday, the sixth annual Masters in Teaching program at Featherbone Communiversity honored nine local
Saturday's second annual Children and Youth Health and Safety Expo at the Academies of Discovery Gym in Oakwood featured safety tips from organizations like American Red Cross, Expanded Food And Nutrition Education Program and Hall County Fire Services.
A 94,000-square-foot, 90-unit apartment complex is proposed for a 2.2-acre site off Queen City Parkway at Banks Street across from the Gainesville Public Safety Complex.
Gainesville resident Justin Pressley has been appointed to a second two-year term on the Georgia State Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.
Census figures confirm Hall County is still growing, and if predictions hold true, becoming more diverse.
Soon after Mary Louise Hulsey arrived in Gainesville in 1945, she got a quick history lesson whenever dark clouds started to fill the sky.
A violent death shakes any community, but most do not come at the hand of others: Suicide persistently outpaces homicide as a killer of Hall County residents.
No one was seriously hurt in a morning wreck on Interstate 985 that resulted in snarled traffic and charges for one driver.