How to celebrate American Independence?
Jason Sillay couldn't keep fireworks on the shelves Saturday.
After 32 chemo infusions, 18 blood transfusions, seven tube placements and four surgeries, during a total four months of in-hospital stay, 6-year-old Addi Bales is home and cancer-free.
With four generations of Clevelands seated in the Brenau Downtown Center in Gainesville, Brenau President Ed Schrader thanked the family for its continued support Friday in funding the physical therapy school.
Can you send a text or picture to the Hall County 911 Emergency Communication Center? How about other 911 Emergency Communication Centers across the country, maybe in bigger cities?
A day of rain wasn't enough to stop visitors from enjoying the sounds of freedom Friday night as the Northwinds Symphonic Band's annual Patriotic Pops concert.
Chris Dorsey likes woodworking. He loses himself in the familiar motions of shaving, carving and sanding along the grain. The fresh-cut wood is intoxicating. The scent steadies his mind.
Mellow Mushroom on Green Street in Gainesville held a fundraiser Friday for its employees whose vehicles were damaged last weekend by an oak tree that fell in the parking lot.
For those looking to celebrate the Fourth of July outdoors: bring an umbrella.
Most July Fourth travelers are getting to their destinations by car, and the Georgia State Patrol is ready for them.
Fourth of July weekend events
The Patriotic Pops concert set for tonight is moving indoors, given the rainy forecast.
It's a rare project that unites physical therapy students from the University of North Georgia with industrial design students from Georgia Tech.
A 15-year-old Gainesville boy died Thursday night after the car he was riding in traveled off the road and struck a tree, Georgia State Patrol said.
A Gainesville firm has been named to an elite list that ranks investment advisers around the country.
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Each year, students with behavioral or psychological disabilities are sent from local public schools to the Futures Program.
Punctuated by the snip-snip-snip of scissors, the dialogue between Pauline Skinner and Stylarama "operator" Sherry Armstrong touches on most every subject.
Women all over the country buy and sell breast milk, but may not realize the inherent risks of doing so.
With the nation mourning the loss of four Marines and one Navy officer who lost their lives in the attack on two military centers in ...
Area residents are skeptical about progress but eager to see completion of the Appalachian Parkway - formerly known as the Cleveland Bypass.
Anthony Hughes of Carrollton is dead serious about buccaneer life, from the bandanna tied around his head to the black Cavalier boots on his feet.
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