The Hall County Library Board plans to meet June 22 to consider changing its bylaws so board representation by Hall County governments is based on "direct financial support."
It's time for politicians to go back to school.
Hall County residents may be happy with the county's proposed budget for the 2011 fiscal year, but county staff may not share the same sentiment.
More than 40 years after he was declared missing in action, Gary Pate will be laid to rest this week at Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, D.C.
Alex Little won't stop fueling up at his local BP station any time soon, despite the oil spill plaguing the Gulf of Mexico, and according to convenience store officials, he's making the right decision.
A Gainesville company is one step closer to tackling the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, but it isn't there quite yet.
The Gainesville City Schools board considered Monday adding a special purpose local option sales tax referendum to November's ballot, which would allot funding to build a new elementary school.
Some people refuse to talk politics at the dinner table. But in Forsyth County, organizations are all for it.
Parents will be able to track their students' eligibility for the HOPE scholarship online, thanks to a bill recently signed by Gov. Sonny Perdue.
The Fair Street-Butler Alumni Association normally hands out academic scholarships when it holds its reunion every two years.
The Georgia Supreme Court on Tuesday will hear arguments in an appeal by the city of Hoschton over a sewer dispute.
A penny sales tax for transportation could generate some $25 million for Hall County alone, but government leaders have a few hurdles to clear first.
Some high school students see class as an obstacle standing in the way of the life that they dream of, while others see it as a key that unlocks a world they never knew would embrace them.
An ad on the Internet classified website Craigslist under the "casual encounters" category leaves little to the imagination.
For several minutes, Verl Duane Fisher sat in the wheelchair, wiping away tears and accepting the embraces of friends and loved ones.
Page 1105 of 1713
As the last of the merchandise was put on the shelves with the clock ticking down to the grand opening Friday of North Lake Square ...
Page 9 of 9