The following responses from local legislators have been edited for grammar, spelling and to adhere to Associated Press style. They have been cut to meet a 200-word count limit.
The following responses from local legislators have been edited for grammar, spelling and to adhere to Associated Press style. They have been cut to meet a 150-word count limit, of which the legislators were advised.
Nearly 50 children sit restlessly at the Sardis Enrichment School lunch table, snacking on TruMoo chocolate milk and Elk Graham crackers.
Hard-fought victories can be the sweetest. Just ask Matt Vrahiotes.
Fashion Ten Below, a women's fashion and accessories store, is opening a new location in the downtown Gainesville square this week.
Landy McDaniel hasn't seen much change in his 33 years pastoring the church that sits atop a hill above Rest Haven, a tiny city straddling Gwinnett and Hall counties.
North Georgia offers a wide array of businesses and services that make living, working and playing in the region top notch. That's why The Times is proud to present the Best of North Georgia 2016.
Riverside Military Academy announced Saturday that school president Dr. James H. Benson will leave at the end of the school year in June.
Four children were taken to the hospital after a fire Friday night at a mobile home on Athens Highway.
A Gainesville attorney has announced her candidacy for a Hall County State Court bench seat that will open this year.
Ten days before a 37-17 thrashing of Oklahoma in the college football playoffs, Deshaun Watson spent some time in his hometown with members of Hall County Fire Services Station 5.
A new Gainesville facility is opening in about two weeks for an organization that aims to protect children, rebuild families and empower caregivers.
Men and women of every race, faith and age are invited to take to the streets of Clarkesville Sunday to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Crews with Georgia Power installed a new LED light Wednesday at Yonah and Enota avenues in Gainesville.
Initial reports released from Hall County Fire Services detail more than $500,000 in losses from a storage fire last month in Buford.
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Gainesville has named a new director of the Department of Water Resources.
A bill before the state legislature that would enact bans on assault rifles if passed has generated lots of buzz and controversy in recent weeks.
As rental rates climb, two Flowery Branch families feel stuck in the middle.
A Gainesville woman convicted last year of child sex trafficking and other charges was denied a new trial, according to court documents.
Braving winter weather
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