FLOWERY BRANCH - For most people, the holidays are a time for family gatherings and relaxation, but for those who have lost a child, the season can be unbearable.
If you lose service on your personal cell phone, you may just curse and try your call again later. But what happens when emergency agencies and hospitals lose their vital communications?
An early 1980s rock band popularized Jenny's 867-5309 telephone number, but if you are planning to drink over the holidays, you may want to call Bill instead.
At 5:10 p.m. Monday, Claretta Shaffers knew exactly where she wanted to be.
Some songs capture an event so well, their message transcends multiple generations.
Thanks to area agencies, students and the community, Toys for Tots was able to meet its goal this year of giving 6,000 toys to needy children in the Gainesville and Hall County community.
As of late, when it comes to rain it is either feast or famine.
Changing your habits can be hard, but the new year can be a good time to get a fresh start, said psychologist Mark King.
Families and friends gathered Sunday afternoon at Antioch Baptist Church to celebrate the true meaning of Christmas at the church's annual Christmas Concert.
Gainesville State College faculty, staff and students have united to send care packages to U.S. Army troops serving in Afghanistan.
This weekend, Hall County dodged the wintry precipitation that left much of the East socked in under several inches - or several feet in some areas - of snow, but do we have any chance of a white Christmas?
DAWSONVILLE - Authorities have arrested two Dawsonville men in the death of an Effingham County woman who was in the area to visit her children for the holidays.
Authorities are seeking murder warrants for Jesse James Kilgore, 40, of Dawsonville in the death of Jennifer West Budrawich.
Kids eventually learn about the birds and the bees, whether it is from TV, peers, parents or teachers.
Pills haven't yet replaced pot as the top illicit drug of choice for high school-age teenagers, but they are gaining.
Forty-two years ago, no one disputed Carl Loef's claim that he could improve 859 Athens St. with a junkyard, though it was right next to homes on Mill and Norwood streets.
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The halls of Riverside Military Academy echoed with voices and music Thursday evening, as the school opened its doors to more than 260 North Georgia ...
The University of North Georgia has officially opened the doors of its new campus in Blue Ridge.
Hall County will outsource its timekeeping and payroll services to ADP, the nation's largest payroll services provider, in a move made Thursday that officials ...
The Times is presenting the inaugural North Georgia Women's Expo, set for 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Aug. 29 at the Brenau ...
A Lula woman faces seven charges, including leaving the scene of an accident, after a jogger was struck in Clermont last week, according to the ...
Funeral services are scheduled Friday for Sylvia Gilstrap Cooper, 85, who served as the Hall County clerk of commissioners for more than two decades.
The body of a man who went missing Wednesday night was found at 11:30 a.m. Thursday in about 60 feet of water in ...
A Gainesville man faces drug charges after eight marijuana plants were seized at a Hall County home, according to authorities.
Growth in the electric car market has long been predicated on a chicken-or-egg problem: Will sales of electric vehicles spur the emergence of charging stations ...
After cycling more than eight miles through North Hall in the dark, early hours of Tuesday morning, Glenn Bryant got a flat tire.
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