Students at North Hall Middle School have returned to school after evacuating for a bomb threat.
The drowning victim who fell in Lake Lanier early Sunday has been found.
The Times' phone voicemail system is down, meaning those who call the newspaper will not be able to leave any messages for employees.
A Buford man accused in May 2013 of misappropriating money from elderly investors must repay $1.8 million, according to a judgment by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Lanier Technical College leaders are hoping to kill two birds with one stone when they apply to build a new allied health facility on the school's Oakwood campus.
Averi Lane would be a senior at Gainesville High School this year, had she not lost a long battle with cancer in April.
West Ahaluna LLC, a local developer with ties to America's Home Place, is looking to build a 219-lot upscale subdivision along Lake Lanier.
With heightened concerns about the Ebola virus spreading beyond West Africa, Northeast Georgia Medical Center is following Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendations about controlling the disease.
The Gainesville library was full of people Sunday as the Friends of the Hall County Library System's biggest annual book sale in years came to a close.
The median household income in Hall County is at its lowest level in five years and is below both the Georgia and national averages, according to recent numbers released by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Hall schools are celebrating the 227th anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution with patriotic contests and displays.
A 28-year-old man fell into Lake Lanier and did not resurface in a probable drowning over the weekend, law enforcement officials said.
Representatives of local retail pharmacies have expressed concern about Hall County's plans to open a clinic and pharmacy for employees next year, arguing local government should not compete unfairly with the private sector.
Prosecutors and Hall County Sheriff's Office officials do not know what happened to a videotaped 2006 interview that was involved in a murder case years later.
Seniors in Hall County will have a new transportation method available in 2015.
Some work is starting on improvements, including a traffic light, at Ramsey Road and Ga. 365 in northeast Hall County.
Clermont is moving forward on proposed changes to the North Hall County city's charter that would divide the town into four voting wards.
A man incarcerated in the Hall County jail allegedly slammed his cellmate's head against the concrete floor, killing him, according to warrants.
Riverside Military Academy announced Tuesday night the resignation of its commandant, Lt. Col. Kevin Jarrard.
Hall County and Gainesville schools have seen a slight uptick in their SAT scores this year, but scores remain lower than state and national averages.
Gainesville City Council has given the initial go-ahead for Left Nut Brewing Co. to launch in the midtown area.
The Marsh Creek Court area of South Hall County has its second rabies case this month after a dog came in contact with a rabid raccoon.
In the 53 years between John Mark Carpenter's first and most recent trips to Liberia, its capital city of Monrovia exploded in size. With people closer together, controlling the spread of the Ebola virus becomes that much more difficult.
Gainesville City Council will hold a public hearing tonight on Pap Datta's request to open a craft brewery in the city.
Residents of the Village at Deaton Creek have asked Hall County officials to spend $20,000 to repair a tennis court damaged during the construction of the subdivision's sewer system.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners will hold a first reading Thursday on proposed changes to the adult entertainment ordinance.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners is prepared to approve changes to the business license code, including reducing the grace period for late payments and requiring businesses to have a license before opening their doors, when it meets Thursday.
The campaign stops featured warm and fuzzy, feel-good settings, but the candidates for Georgia governor pounded each other rhetorically on Monday as voter registration closed and they prepared for their first head-to-head debate.
The Gainesville City Board of Education moved Monday night toward possibly adding new pre-kindergarten classes.