America stood still the day the World Trade Center towers collapsed, the day a group of airplane passengers drove United Airlines Flight 93 into a Pennsylvania field, the day government workers ran from the Pentagon folding in around them.
A briefcase used to just be a briefcase.
Ten years ago, Shelley Collins and her students were preparing for safety day at Centennial Arts Academy.
Georgia's lack of investment in transportation infrastructure is making the state less attractive to industry, the president of the Georgia Chamber of Commerce told local business leaders Friday.
Coming Sunday, The Times remembers Sept. 11, 2001, with a multitude of stories, pictures and multimedia.
Every store owner dreads it: someone walking up to the counter and demanding the money in the cash register.
More than three years ago, several avid runners blazed a trail through woods and streams on a large plot of land in northwestern Forsyth County.
Citywide wireless Internet doesn't appear likely any time soon in Oakwood.
Oakwood won't have to wait until Nov. 8 to decide on a new councilman, as one of two men who qualified in August for Oakwood City Council Post 3 has withdrawn.
Funeral services will be held Sunday for longtime Hall County educator, Gwendolyn Mundy, who was described as "a leader among leaders."
Gov. Nathan Deal on Friday appointed Hall County Schools Superintendent Will Schofield to the Education Commission of the States.
The Hall County Sheriff's Office is looking for two suspects believed to have stolen several tools from a vehicle at a cabinet shop in Lula.
United Way of Hall County announced a $1.8 million 2011 campaign goal at Thursday morning's kickoff breakfast.
The smoke, the lights and a stadium full of blue-clad fans means one thing - the West Hall High School Spartans are out for blood.
Ideas floated around the room in bunches, as some 50 or so people talked about the future of Atlanta Highway, Browns Bridge Road and the Lakeshore Mall areas of Gainesville.
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For many, the Jan. 26 announcement may have come as a sudden surprise, but Mincey Marble's decision to move its operations away from its ...
Fear is returning to the heart of the predominantly Mexican business district in Gainesville.
Less than a mile separates the old and new locations of ECHO Wellness Center.
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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