Georgia is undoubtedly a conservative-leaning state.
Isaac Strickland of Newnan trekked to Gainesville this weekend to see his family and take part in one of his favorite activities - cycling.
Ramped-up code enforcement efforts are not expected to be hampered despite the fact Gainesville Community Development Department officials don't expect their budget to change much in the 2015 fiscal year.
Ryan Sanders, assistant program manager with Stop Hunger Now, milled around the crowded room wearing a shirt emblazoned with "Rice Goes Last."
Lula officials are gearing up for a special election to replace City Councilman Norman Harrop, who is preparing for a move of his own.
The standard length of a school bus seat is 39 inches - that's 13 inches per student, mind you.
The University of North Georgia is continuing a series of town hall meetings for alumni and community members to weigh in on its strategic plan.
The Gainesville Public Utilities Department is proposing a 2.25 percent increase in the water rate for the 2015 fiscal year, and a 1.25 percent increase in the sewer rate.
Nairika Cornett has always kept her children's exposure to technology to a minimum, but it was a hassle.
The wreck in her front yard, turning an elaborate birdhouse into a pile of lumber, helped confirm what Stephanie Scoggins already knew: Something needs to be done with Ga. 369/Browns Bridge Road.
The Disabled American Veterans' hosted its "Fulfilling Our Promises" concert Saturday night at the Carlos and Sandra Cervantes Theater at Riverside Military Academy in Gainesville. The concert featured a variety of music, including classical, country and gospel performed by 15 musicians of various ages and backgrounds. The event was a fundraiser for DAV Chapter 17, which depends on donations and volunteers to assist area veterans and their families. In addition, the chapter provides scholarships for children of veterans and transportation to the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Decatur.
Gainesville City Council appears poised to approve the placement of a long-awaited historical marker at the site of the former Cooper Pants Factory, which burned during the April 6, 1936, tornado that devastated much of the city.
Brenau University celebrated its past with a black-tie-optional event Saturday night while sharing with guests big plans for the future.
The smell of dinner rolls wafting over Oakwood is about to grow stronger as King's Hawaiian plans to expand its production facilities and hire 450 new employees over the next two years.
ATLANTA - Gov. Nathan Deal reported $3.9 million in cash for his re-election bid on Monday, after raising about $84,000 in 11 days after the legislative session ended.
Ben Jackson readily admits he got off to the wrong start.
Gainesville poultry icon Abit Massey and his family are being honored Friday as the University of Georgia's 2014 Alumni Family of the Year.
Students inside the Hall County School District who want to transfer to another county school can apply now through April 22.
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.