The Georgia Mountains YMCA appears poised to expand into South Hall.
U.S. Rep. Paul Broun is planning to open three mobile offices next week in the 10th District towns of Homer, Hiawassee and Clayton.
Lacey Campbell, 16, grew up on a farm and remembers her grandfather putting her on a tractor with him. Since then, it became a fun mode of transportation.
It's official: Thurmon Tanner Parkway is set for an Oct. 21 completion.
A woman in her 20s was airlifted to Atlanta Medical Center Monday night after being in a possible head-on collision involving two vehicles on Spout Spring Road just south of Deaton Henry Road, Hall County Fire Chief David Kimbrell said.
A woman and her teenage passenger were injured Sunday afternoon in a two-vehicle accident on Ga. 365 in the Cornelia area, Georgia State Patrol said.
A Flowery Branch man won $500,000 in the Georgia Lottery, becoming lucky on a $10 Jumbo Jumbo Bucks ticket, lottery officials said.
A Gainesville woman has been arrested in connection with two separate jewelry thefts, and officials believe she may be involved in additional cases.
A Flowery Branch man has been arrested for sexual assault.
For Hall County Sheriff's Deputy Joey Haban and his wife, Kristina, the birth of their daughter was supposed to be a new and joyous chapter in their lives.
School nurses in Hall County want to do more to prevent childhood obesity and Type II diabetes this year.
Pressure is mounting on Gov. Nathan Deal to remove anti-illegal immigration activist Phil Kent from a newly created board aimed at helping enforce Georgia's immigration laws.
Lake Lanier's level dropped below 1,064 over the weekend, setting into motion a new management schedule by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
So far, elected officials have discussed and debated area road projects that will be on next year's referendum concerning the 1 percent sales tax for transportation.
The terrorist attacks on the United States 10 years ago mean "everything" to 28-year-old Kristen Yost and her family.
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Arabella Partlow could be counted on.
While some construction barrels already line some Hall County roads, other traffic relief appears on the way in the form of some big transportation projects.
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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