One might say Pepper Pettit is unhappy with the city of Dawsonville's plan to form an airport authority.
The sound of Gainesville's pedestrian bridge going into place echoed through the downtown streets this week.
Hopes for a new adult literacy center in South Hall have been dashed again.
FLOWERY BRANCH - Hall County's 2011 tax digest is down, which could spell the worst budget year yet for local governments, finance officials said Wednesday morning.
Davis White longed to answer the question everyone in the room wanted to ask: How much did the United Way of Hall County raise?
Police arrested a man in Alta Vista Cemetery where he is accused of removing wire wreath hangers from gravesites.
Three people died at the scene of a head-on collision Wednesday at Clarks Bridge Road, just north of Honeysuckle Road in North Hall.
Oakwood has two new tornado sirens up and running - including one near where an August 2008 tornado struck - and is preparing to put up a third one on the Chestnut Mountain side of town.
Hall County officials are applying for a $1.15 million grant to help families with foreclosed homes and down payment assistance.
An Oakwood man was sentenced to life in prison for kidnapping and molesting a 12-year-old girl he knew as a neighbor.
Gainesville officials are beginning to pursue a local historic designation for the downtown area, which could help preserve the exterior look of the buildings.
An electrical contractor suffered serious burns Tuesday while working at a Hall County wastewater plant.
Two juveniles were arrested in connection with two burglaries at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore last week, Gainesville Police said.
Civil War remembrances will look a lot different with the 150th anniversary than they did during the 100th, Glen Kyle of the Northeast Georgia History Center, said Tuesday.
Crazy. That's what everyone calls Mary Beverly.
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A Toccoa man was ejected from his car Monday morning and killed after his car overturned on Ga. 365 in Alto.
Authorities identified the victim of a boating incident Friday on Lake Lanier as Department of Natural Resources personnel continue to search for the body.
Two suspects used $1,000 of fake money made for movies to buy lawn equipment last month at a Buford Wal-Mart, police said.
The Times began covering the Olympics' arrival in Hall County from the day the announcement was made. The headlines prior to the Games and during ...
Braving winter weather
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