A teen involved in a boating accident last week that left two people injured was identified Friday as Mitchell Durbin, 18, of Flowery Branch.
Hall County superheroes will gather at Road Atlanta today for the county's annual Relay for Life event, sponsored by the American Cancer Society.
Decked out in University of Georgia garb, Charlie Peterson suffered a moment of weakness at the tail end of his brief stint as a UGA fan.
The debate over whether public financing should be used to help fund a new stadium for the Atlanta Falcons was revived Thursday with a state watchdog group announcing an effort to place a ballot measure before city voters calling for a stop to public funds being used.
In the hour before sunrise Thursday morning, a group of eclectic hot air balloonists and their crews laughed and chatted about the weather while they sat inside the Helendorf River Inn in Helen.
Junior League members found an unsettling surprise Wednesday when they discovered the storage unit for their annual thrift sale had been ransacked.
Gainesville City Council members are expected to consider creating a joint opportunity zone with Hall County at their Tuesday meeting.
The former Sam's Club in Oakwood now will become a corporate support service center for the Northeast Georgia Health System.
Johnson High School's former head baseball coach, who turned himself in on a public indecency charge Wednesday, will not be returning to work for Hall County schools.
"There's a lot of them." That's one statement many people can agree with as the weather warms up and the mosquitoes come out. And coming from Jerry DeRamus, mosquito control supervisor with the Georgia Mosquito Control Association, it's an accurate statement. "We have 64 different varieties of mosquito in the state of Georgia," he said, with the Aedes albopictus, also known as the Asian Tiger, being the most prevalent. Because of recent, heavy rain in ...
Gainesville City Council is expected to consider changing its code and readvertising its plan to annex 115 "island properties" in Hall County at its meeting next week.
BROOKLYN PARK, Minn. - A woman's body, found May 20 in the trunk of a car in Minnesota, was identified Wednesday as a Gainesville woman.
The American Red Cross Bloodmobile made a visit to Gainesville on Friday and received a strong response from local residents.
A Gainesville man is in custody after a burglary late Thursday at West Hall Middle School on McEver Road.
A rabies alert has been issued for the Bills Circle area of North Hall after a rabid raccoon came in contact with a dog.
A Sautee Nachoochee woman was injured Thursday and airlifted to an Atlanta hospital after a one-vehicle accident on Cleveland Highway.
Former classmates of Shannon Guess Richardson were stunned Friday as they heard the news that the former South Hall resident was charged in connection with mailing a ricin-tainted letter to President Barack Obama.
Two Hispanic men in their 20s forced their way into a Buford residence and the homeowner into the pantry as they ransacked the house Friday afternoon, according to the Hall County Sheriff's Office.
The area around the Hall County courthouse has been reopened after a suspicious package found nearby led to road closures.
A Lula man was arrested Thursday on drug charges, including possession of $24,000 worth of marijuana.
Rain is in the forecast for the rest of today and into Saturday as Tropical Storm Andrea makes its way up the East Coast.
The Hall County Sheriff's Office on Thursday released a sketch of a suspect in a May 23 shooting at Wayne Wilson Pottery in Lula.
Faced with shrinking budgets, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is looking at whether it can continue to operate all its recreational areas, including parks.
Flowery Branch City Council agreed Thursday to quickly repair damage to its citywide culvert system caused May 19 by heavy storms and flooding.
A rental home on Cleveland Highway in North Hall County was destroyed by fire Thursday morning.
One person was injured Thursday and airlifted to an Atlanta hospital after a one-vehicle accident on Cleveland Highway.
CUMMING - With Georgia's victories in the tri-state water wars aside, and even its legal bills from that entanglement now history, the Gainesville-based Lake Lanier Association now has its eyes on a water reauthorization bill moving through Congress.