When Josh Fitzpatrick is on-call, he doesn't expect to be saving any lives.
When a class of Brenau University students graduated at the Georgia Mountains Center last year, four men lifted a classmate in her wheelchair onto the stage to accept her diploma.
With a gentle breeze blowing and the sun shining brightly, it seemed as if even the heavens were happy to see the May Day celebration continue Saturday at Fair Street International Baccalaureate World School.
Kenny Stewart and his mother, Ana Miles, say they are blessed to have such a large family.
Forget the ages-old riddle "Who's buried in Grant's Tomb?" for a moment.
She can still remember the magazine's glossy pages, the images of small children in need of a family.
The number of building permits in Gainesville is on the rise, a good sign for the economy, city officials noted recently.
Christy Kunkel knows her daughter's life has purpose.
It's time to stick up for those who can't afford a lawyer, a Gainesville attorney told fellow judicial system colleagues at Friday's Law Day 2011 luncheon.
The Rotary Club of Gainesville has something to celebrate after being named Rotary Club of the Year in the extra-large club category in its district.
The challenge was to design a small, fast and innovative solar car.
Patti Doss-Luna, a fixture at Oakwood City Hall for 25 years, including the last 18 as assistant city manager, announced Friday that she is retiring.
On Friday evening, Gainesville City Council member George Wangemann and 20 of his fellow church members headed from Gainesville to Alabama to help victims of the recent tornadoes.
Gainesville's Thompson Bridge Park will be closed next week for paving and striping, reopening on Saturday.
A group of brave souls will reach out to the dead this Friday the 13th. But rather than using candles and crystals, they'll be armed with a library catalogue and a keen sense of curiosity.
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Gainesville officials have decided to demolish the old Hall County jail on Main Street in the midtown district and sell the cleared 4-acre lot to ...
A man was flown to Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta with second-degree burns after an early Monday fire in South Hall.
No one was injured in an early Monday school bus wreck on Jim Hood Road near Sutton Road in North Hall.
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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