Gainesville City Schools board members are looking to have more input from parents and school leaders in policy development.
The players will be the same, but their roles will be different.
With the economy sluggish, South Hall hasn't seen much growth in recent years.
A Gainesville police officer is recovering at home after a Sunday accident involving a 19-year-old driver.
More than $25 million in citations have been issued since Georgia's super speeder law went into effect in July 2009.
A bilingual Gainesville day care center that aims to educate the children of low-income residents is looking to expand.
In a year that saw a 13 percent increase in police fatalities across the nation, Hall County authorities escaped death and even serious injury in the line of duty.
Elisha Jacob Tamas greeted the world with his first breath early Sunday morning, just 25 minutes after his parents shared a kiss at midnight to bring in the new year.
Miller Watkins, former district manager for Georgia Power and a prominent Gainesville businessman, died on Friday.
Hall County said goodbye to several business leaders, educators and other notable local figures in 2011. The following is a list of some of those the community lost in the past year.
For good reason, 2011 will be a year that many involved in Hall County government will want to forget.
Firefighters and Emergency Medical Technicians must undergo extensive training, leaving a significant bill for fire services to pay.
Master Sgt. Dean Smith gave three years of his life to Army service in Iraq - three years he could have spent at home, helping his wife raise two young children.
Ken Stanford never intended to get into the news business.
It's a year-end tradition that sets teeth to chattering.
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A winery and vineyard proposal in South Hall is set to go before the Hall County Board of Commissioners this week.
Traffic relief is on the way for busy Ga. 369 in Gainesville, but just how soon a pair of long-awaited turn lane improvements will be ...
The Gainesville Parks and Recreation department scattered more than 8,000 Easter eggs across a lawn at the Midtown Greenway as part of its fourth ...
After an earlier proposed Hall County ordinance setting rules for film production crews drew concerns for being too restrictive, Board of Commissioners Chairman Richard Higgins ...
A person escaping a domestic violence situation may change a cellphone number or delete a Facebook account to protect themselves.
Ruben makes the staff at the Humane Society of Northeast Georgia chuckle when he sprawls on the floor to play with a toy and spreads ...
When winter weather hits North Georgia, the proper preparation can help get you through the storm and stay warm and safe. Follow these tips:
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