As usual, Monday was a busy day at Under the Bridge Ministries.
Schools across the state now have more flexibility in teaching math. And local leaders are thankful, though they aren't quite sure what they'll do with that freedom.
Gainesville Police Department officers are looking for information about shots fired at Ridgecrest Apartments on Saturday night.
Hall County students at Friendship Elementary School will soon shape up with a new health program - making the district one of the first in the nation to try it.
He'd be easy to miss if it weren't for the orange vest. When driving on the tight bends of a windy road, Ed "Red" Helton is just a blur.
Restaurants with smaller seating areas than ones allowed by some area governments, including Gainesville, may soon be able to sell alcohol in Oakwood.
Oakwood City Council plans to discuss possible changes tonight to the city's alcohol law.
A Hall County committee will be meeting regularly to research options for privatizing and outsourcing county functions.
Sunday was a perfect day to learn about shooting a bow and arrow, or carving flint into arrowheads or pounding corn in to a fine dust.
As words go, honor, integrity and duty are not ones to use lightly, especially when woven into a piece of material that's raised by the Gainesville Police Department.
Several Hall County organizations that help homeless people are searching for state and federal funds to extend their programs.
Innovators from Microsoft and Intel will be in Dahlonega on Wednesday at a conference aimed at stimulating economic growth in North Georgia.
The Georgia Department of Transportation is set to give the latest updates on Hall County road projects.
A ragtag collection of deteriorating structures bounded by a long-defunct road that once crossed the
After the forecast called for rain Wednesday, Amy Hamilton spread plastic tablecloths over computers in her school's library.
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Plans to build an interchange at Interstate 985 and Martin Road in South Hall continues to draw the wrath of area residents.
Braving winter weather
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