Results are in for the 2008 SAT scores, and Georgia fell one spot to 47th in the nation since last year.
A strong thunderstorm tore through Hall County around lunchtime Tuesday, but authorities said it caused no major damage.
Flat Creek Watershed restoration priorities have been narrowed down and implementation should begin in 2009, said Betsy Massie, a project manager with CH2M Hill at Tuesday's public hearing at the Gainesville Civic Center.
Remnants of Tropical Storm Fay are giving Northeast Georgia a soaking like it hasn't seen in months, meteorologists said.
Hall County jurors could face a life or death decision today.
A public hearing is set for 6 p.m. Thursday on a $15 million mixed-use development planned for downtown Flowery Branch.
A day of severe storms and possible tornadoes left numerous homes, schools and businesses damaged across Hall County and the region.
OAKWOOD - The pavement isn't all that's changing on Mundy Mill Road.
Though grant money for Hall County's Field of Dreams project fell victim to the state's budget cuts and delays, Hall County Parks and Leisure Director Greg Walker is confident the money will come, and asked the board of commissioners at Monday's work session to borrow money until funds come in.
Some much needed rain fell throughout the day, and the remnants of Tropical Storm Fay could bring much more in the next few days.
INK celebrated its sixth birthday Sunday afternoon with a scavenger hunt, a magic show by Jeff McClure and a special viewing of the television show "Phineas and Ferb." There was also pizza, cake, free temporary tattoos, and arts and crafts.
A two-vehicle wreck has stalled traffic in both directions in front of Reid's Cafe on Thompson Bridge Road in Murrayville. Hall County sheriff's deputies are directing traffic to an open lane in front of the restaurant. Some motorists, meanwhile, are taking detours on side streets.
Jurors will hear closing arguments this afternoon in the death penalty trial of Ignacio Vergara.
Lake Lanier may have lost out on Fay, but there's hope yet that rainfall this week will bring much-needed relief.
The Peace Corps is enrolling more volunteers nationwide, and Georgia applications are up 49 percent from 2007, said David Leavitt, a Peace Corps public affairs specialist.
Homeless and needy veterans will have the opportunity to receive vital supplies Saturday through several area veterans organizations.
Gainesville ushered in another holiday season with horse-drawn carriage rides, music and lights on the square.
The inaugural Mary Parks Youth Champion award was given to two out of eight nominees.
The Peach State is producing far more blueberries than peaches, said Georgia Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black.
Rhett Lamar Conner waited for the Red Rabbit bus Wednesday afternoon at a new bus stop near Brenau University.
Friday marks 50 years since the assassination of John F. Kennedy, an event that resonates through the country to this day.
Gainesville police are investigating after a man fled from a traffic stop and officers found him dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, Cpl. Kevin Holbrook said.
Area residents still seeking to understand how the new federal health care law affects them are invited to a Monday hearing on the troubled rollout.
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