The following weather-related closings, changes and cancellations have been reported:
The winter precipitation has moved out, but many roadways are still covered in ice and snow.
Cabin fever? Get ready to stay put a little longer, as the area's deep freeze turns to thaw.
Residents and visitors snubbed their collective noses at the freezing rain and snow falling in Gainesville on Wednesday morning and hit the roads to find a few businesses open to serve their winter storm needs.
It was a short week for folks at the Hall County Courthouse, who after an early dismissal Tuesday won't be returning to work until Friday morning at the earliest.
For Gainesville residents, CVS will soon no longer be their 24/7 option to indulge in one destructive habit - tobacco use.
Four language immersion prekindergarten classrooms are all set to move to a long-vacant school building.
After a deep breath and a long sigh, Ryan Glover spoke from the witness stand Tuesday about the boating accident that left his son brain dead.
If you are a Times print subscriber, that speck of blue amid the snow in the driveway could be your morning paper.
UPDATE: Many roads have accumulation this morning and emergency officials repeated warnings to stay home today.
A regulation for overnight campers to carry bear-resistant canisters for garbage, toiletries and food seems to have curbed conflicts with black bears on a portion of the Appalachian Trail, according to officials with the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests.
A new right-turn lane has opened at the intersection of Ga. 9 and Ga. 53.
LaCrisia Larkin is the Georgia Thespians' Administrator of the Year, announced at the annual conference of the group in Columbus.
It may not be the Olympics, but the Get Gifted gift shop at The Oaks at Lanier Charter Career Academy has gone for gold.
The death of an Oakwood woman has been ruled a homicide following an autopsy by the DeKalb County medical examiner's office.
State Sen. Butch Miller, R-Gainesville, is co-sponsoring a bill aimed at reforming the state's medical malpractice system and lowering health care costs. His picture was on a mailer sent to many Hall County homes in January, asking residents to thank him for his support of the bill.
For the past two weeks, testimony in Hall County Superior Court has described a July 6, 2012, boating crash caused by negligence and recklessness.
Calling it a mere formality, Gainesville officials are hoping that changing the name of the existing tourism bureau to the Gainesville Convention and Visitors Bureau Authority will be a boon to its economic development portfolio.
A Forsyth County Sheriff's Office investigation into the burglary of three storage units last month has resulted in six arrests on drug and other charges.
A body found last week at an abandoned home in Oconee County, southeast of Athens, has been identified as that of a 41-year-old man from northeastern Forsyth County.
Georgia residents who bought a car in 2012 or early 2013 have until the end of the week to opt out of the birthday tax and into a new one-time title tax.
A series of town hall meetings has been scheduled for early March to get input from alumni and community members as the University of North Georgia continues to carve an identity for itself.
For Eduardo Castaneda, 2014 has been a happy year so far.
The federal stimulus was certainly a boost to Christie Pinson's personal economy.
To achieve success in sharpshooting competition, Hall County 4-H S.A.F.E BB Rifle Team members spend half their time learning about guns and gun safety in a classroom, the other half on the range putting their knowledge and skill to use.
The seven Republican candidates vying this year for the state's U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Saxby Chambliss have more than a few things in common.
Ron Evans, founder and conductor of the Northwinds Symphonic Band, died Saturday. He was 73.
Community leaders, school alumni, parents and hundreds of students attended the replacement planting of the historic oak tree Friday in front of Fair Street School in Gainesville.
A North Georgia woman who pleaded guilty to explosives charges was sentenced Friday to serve six years on probation, but a federal judge warned her that if she appears before him again, he will send her to prison.
Area veterans and doctors at the Department of Veterans Affairs' Oakwood clinic joined federal officials Friday in a dedication ceremony.