It's been a rough couple of weeks for one green anaconda.
No one was injured Tuesday night in Buford as a warehouse fire raged at a building known as the old Buford Tannery, a Gwinnett County fire official said.
The process of determining who is eligible for unemployment benefits can seem arbitrary and ambiguous at times, particularly in the case of workers who are terminated with cause.
Straightening Ga. 369/Browns Bridge Road's curves may happen sooner than widening the busy West Hall road from two lanes to four, a project that's been kicked around for years by government officials.
A man almost synonymous with Gainesville philanthropy and a woman who led a local college for more than a decade were honored at an elegant evening Monday put on by the Rotary Club of Gainesville.
Students and staff at North Hall High School were evacuated to the school's stadium Tuesday after a bomb threat was found on a bathroom wall at the school in Gainesville.
The Gainesville City Council will begin hearing annual budget presentations when it meets Thursday for a work session.
Members of the University of Georgia Red Cross Club teamed with the local chapter to give a presentation to students about proper hygiene and handwashing. Katerina Saker, Lainie Hyman, Steven Bowman and Nikhil Gangasani reminded students about thorough handwashing to prevent the spread of germs during the flu and strep throat season.
A bill in the state legislature proposes making it easier for third party and independent political candidates to get their names on the ballot in Georgia, but debate remains about just how far to lower the bar.
The water wars that have been fought between three Southern states for more than two decades have made their way to the big screen.
Lula officials are eyeing a special election June 16 to replace a Lula city councilwoman who died Jan. 26 following a head-on collision with a driver charged with DUI.
East Hall High School could have a few campus updates in the next several years.
The man's body found in Lake Lanier on Sunday evening is that of Kelly Nash, Hall County Sheriff's Office Deputy Nicole Bailes confirmed Monday afternoon.
ATLANTA - Republican leaders on Monday previewed changes to a bill aiming to raise $1 billion to maintain Georgia's roads and bridges.
When it comes to special purpose local option sales tax, Hall County government gets the lion's share of revenue, and that's no small matter.
Oakwood wants front yards, not car graveyards, in its neighborhoods.
Changes may be coming to senior centers across the state in order to boost participation, and area agencies on aging like Legacy Link want to hear from residents about what those changes should be.
No one understands the work teachers do better than former teachers.
Hall County Sheriff Gerald Couch said he looks forward to moving into the new headquarters by the end of the year and out of the cramped spaces and cold offices on Main Street.
Hall County may endure some icy weather today, but the event may be short-lived thanks to a warming trend expected to push afternoon temperatures above freezing.
Though the votes won't be counted until March 17, the fate of a 1 percent sales tax to fund infrastructure projects across Hall County may be decided before then.
Slower speeds, fewer round trips, less ridership and budget shortfalls are projected if existing rail through Hall County is chosen among three options for proposed Atlanta-Charlotte, N.C. passenger rail service, a report issued by state and federal officials shows.
The recent indictment of a former Hall County Sheriff's Office deputy has raised questions about the future of cases in which he was involved.
Local school officials are still assessing the plan announced Wednesday by Gov. Nathan Deal to tackle the problem of Georgia's chronically failing schools.
Today, some 64 percent of African-American children live in single-family homes in Georgia.
For Cheryl Brown of Flowery Branch, Saturday's Zumba Go Red event was more than a fundraiser for the American Heart Association.
A downed tree in the roadway is hampering traffic at Ga. Highway 283 and Old Dahlonega Highway in North Hall County.
Though relief is not coming as soon as he would like, Northeastern Judicial Circuit District Attorney Lee Darragh said he looks forward to the favorable chances to add needed courthouse personnel.