Time had taken its toll on the World War II monument in front of Milliken & Co.'s plant on Jesse Jewell Parkway in Gainesville.
Under a partnership announced Tuesday between Brenau University and the High Museum in Atlanta, students will be able to take advantage of internships, guest lectures and "behind-the-scenes" planning.
If you want to sue someone in court, be prepared to pay more to file that lawsuit. A lot more.
The Gainesville City Council on Tuesday approved the goals and objectives of the city's second neighborhood planning unit.
Almost everyone knows one - the picky eater.
A Dawson County businessman with deep roots in the community was sentenced Tuesday to 10 years with a year to serve in custody for his involvement in a theft ring.
Jury selection continued Tuesday for the trial of a Gainesville man charged with perpetuating an Internet hoax that had law enforcement officials looking for a serial killer.
A tri-state river basin group formed two years ago to find common ground amid touchy water-sharing issues plans to hold its first meeting at Lake Lanier next month.
What may be Hall County's longest civil trial came to a close Tuesday with a jury ordering a supermarket chain to pay attorneys fees and punitive damages to a Flowery Branch couple for runoff erosion.
A Murrayville man was arrested on child pornography charges after the Georgia Bureau of Investigation conducted a search of his laptop computer Monday, officials said Tuesday.
The message was clear at the state's Board of Education public hearing Monday: Budget cuts are not over.
Georgia School Superintendent Kathy Cox announced Monday she will leave her post at the end of the fiscal year to become the founding CEO of the U.S. Education Delivery Institute.
The Georgia Supreme Court on Monday upheld two consecutive life sentences without the possibility of parole for Ignacio Vergara, who was convicted in 2008 for a drug-related double murder in Hall County.
After getting their orders, crews quickly began setting up a portable hospital Monday morning.
Hall County Schools will see four fewer school days next year as teachers face eight furlough days.
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There's no denying South Hall County is booming with room to grow.
Returning home Saturday afternoon from a trip to New York for Pope Francis' U.S. visit, Carmen Luisa Coya-van Duijn was happy beyond words.
Hall County officials will implement about $1.9 million in raises and bonuses for workers in November.
Rozzetta King traces the picture frames holding her children frozen in time, a collection of graduations, births and school pictures.
You've probably heard of DragonCon. Well, how about D-Con?
The sound of the lake mixed with the buzz of the crowd, the smell of food and music coming from the boat house Saturday night ...
Ten-year-old Austin Turner and 8-year-old Aleigha Sorrows, both of Buford, used stepladders to reach the top corners as they helped paint one of two panels ...
Does sauntering along the shores of Lake Lanier sound nice?
A case of a stolen transport truck and damaged mailboxes Saturday in Hall County could be connected, according to the Sheriff's Office.
The first official weekend of autumn has been a gloomy one so far in North Georgia, and don't look for the sun to show ...
Law enforcement authorities have intercepted a package containing 4 kilograms of liquid methamphetamine on its way from Mexico to Cornelia.
John Rosemond, a parenting columnist published weekly in The Times, will be speaking at a free event Tuesday at the First Baptist Church in Gainesville.
Debbie Clark perused the Rahab's Rope booth Friday, landing on the last Persian-rug-themed bookmark.
Here are a few things we heard this week that we thought you might find interesting.
The president of a national window shutters holding company is consolidating operations and coming to Gainesville as part of a move that could bring 200 ...
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