Lake Lanier gained little from Tropical Storm Lee's remnants earlier this week, rising only an inch or so, as the region didn't come close to the rainfall amount that had been projected.
Hall County officials have found a way they may be able to circumvent the length and expense of an in-depth environmental assessment of the proposed Glades Reservoir.
Hall County residents will likely pay more to dump their trash in the future and have fewer hours to do so.
A judge ruled Wednesday afternoon that there is enough evidence to keep a Gainesville woman in jail on charges of murder and battery in an early Monday morning stabbing.
Radio personality Martha Zoller announced Wednesday she will run for Georgia's new seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.
State Sen. Butch Miller, R-Gainesville, was named Wednesday to a new transit task force formed by Gov. Nathan Deal.
Ava White has tutored children in the Hall County area since the early 1980s. She was encouraged to start a school of her own, but it wasn't until 2007 when the opportunity opened up.
With the foundation of its Oakwood 2030 plan "pretty well set," the South Hall city is looking now at how it can move ahead with fulfilling the ambitious initiative.
A shortened work week this summer saved Hall County Schools about $5,000 in energy costs.
The Gainesville Police Department is on the lookout for a suspect they believe attempted to rob the Shell convenience store on Monroe Drive in south Gainesville Monday night.
ATLANTA -Gov. Nathan Deal on Tuesday named a state senator and pilot to take the reins at the Georgia National Guard.
Gainesville officials will hold their third workshop Thursday as part of a series to outline community development goals and guidelines, focusing on west side commercial opportunities.
College education is changing.
Commission Chairman Tom Oliver plans to ask his fellow commissioners today to consider reopening Hall County's satellite tag offices.
A Flowery Branch woman died from injuries sustained in an early-morning wreck on Interstate 985.
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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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