CUMMING - Lamar Sexton didn't realize the need to hang clothing at a yard sale would lead to an opportunity for marketing a new product.
As part of an overall effort to redevelop its downtown area, Oakwood has nearly finished moving its public works operation to a city-owned industrial park off W White Road.
The Disability Resource Center staff spends countless hours advocating for individuals with disabilities. But on Saturday, they're turning their attention to "Celebrating Abilities."
The Civil War wasn't just about men in blue and gray firing rifles across grassy battlefields and charging each other with weapons extended.
Intense remedial instruction begins today for select students who failed the math portion of the graduation test.
The tax increase proposed by Hall Commission Chairman Tom Oliver is advertised in today's Times.
A fallen tree knocked out power for 1,007 customers of Jackson Electric Membership Corp. Sunday night as a storm went through the Gainesville area.
Again and again Saturday, residents told Commissioner Ashley Bell that they worried about the consequences of a budget that crippled Hall County's parks, libraries and employees.
When it comes to preserving government services that affect their children, even fiscally conservative Republicans, it seems, are willing to pay a little more.
For some, the theater is a calling. But for a lucky few, the theater actually calls them back.
Gainesville State College is striving to become a more veteran-friendly campus.
Accused copper thieves James Wingo and his juvenile partner likely learned a valuable lesson as they sat handcuffed in a police cruiser Tuesday - investigators aren't playing games when it comes to metal theft.
Hall County Superintendent Will Schofield's stately home is surrounded by 12 acres of field and forest, a small organic garden and a young orchard.
Music lovers gathered Saturday at the Mitch Farmer June Jam Concert in the Brenau University Amphitheater to honor the memory of its founder and support the charity that was so important to him.
A passing thunderstorm knocked down trees and caused some damage Saturday afternoon in northeast Hall County.
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Wayne Farms in Oakwood is recalling more than 4,000 pounds of "ready-to-eat" chicken, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
The Gainesville Jaycees are seeking candidate nominations for 2016 Young Woman of the Year and Young Man of the Year awards.
Residents living in and around Gainesville can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes and other chronic, serious conditions with screenings by Life ...
A change in the weather and direction of the winds brings relief this weekend to many North Georgians choking from smoke pouring from mountain wildfires ...
Gainesville attorney Ashley Bell, a former Hall County commissioner, has joined the transition team of President-elect Donald Trump to help recruit staff at the U ...
A theft suspect allegedly attempted to hit two people in the parking lot with his car after stealing from the store, according to authorities.
A Dacula man was charged with murder after a monthlong investigation into a fatal shooting at a Hoschton gas station.
It's not Christmas in Gainesville until the chicken is lit above the downtown Main Street Market.
Braving winter weather
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