Great music and tasty food are normal ingredients when it comes to fall festivals, but perhaps only one festival combines music and food with protecting trees in North Georgia.
Gainesville's Public Works Director David Dockery is in charge of, in his own words, a "diverse, eclectic group of largely unrelated functions."
How do you become friends with the government?
Although the same architect designed both Gainesville's newly-constructed parking deck and the faulty deck at the Hall County courthouse, city officials say they expect there will be no problems with the new facility when it opens.
Gainesville First United Methodist Church swelled with people Saturday at a memorial service honoring beloved music instructor Jimmy Cutrell.
Puppies gladly gave kisses in exchange for attention Saturday morning at the Hall County Animal Shelter's open house in honor of its new facility, which officially opened its doors Oct. 15.
When Buffy Brunner walked into the closing ceremonies of the Atlanta Breast Cancer 3-Day two weekends ago, she started crying.
Twenty-five years ago, a mother was concerned about the welfare of her children as they prepared to go off to school.
In its 42 years of existence, the half-mile oval track outside Jefferson has seen its share of racing legends going door-to-door.
Theodore Golab couldn't help but tear up as he climbed the hill to Martin Elementary School's baseball field.
This year, holiday shoppers are starting early.
The University of Georgia Small Business Development Center in Gainesville has scheduled several upcoming workshops at its offices at 999 Chestnut St.
Halloween just passed and Thanksgiving has yet to arrive, but many people have already turned their attention toward Christmas.
U.S. Forest officials in Georgia have gone gold - er, green.
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Gainesville City Schools are still mourning the loss of one of their most notable and best-loved Red Elephants.
Work is about halfway done on a $1 million restoration of Flat Creek as it flows through an industrial section of Gainesville.
Hall County's emergency 911 systems will soon get some long-awaited improvements, beginning with upgrades to the main phone network.
An armed robbery victim suffered a minor stab wound to the arm when he was approached by a group that stole his car, police said ...
A Fieldale Farms employee died of "low-voltage electrocution," according to Hall County Coroner Marion Merck's office, where an autopsy was performed.
The Hall County School District will provide First Amendment training to its staff and its insurance carrier is negotiating the payment of legal fees to ...
The role of deputy chief at the Gainesville Police Department will soon be filled once again.
A Hall County Schools media specialist was recently named the best in her field in this region of the state.
Families shopping for school supplies over the next month might consider picking up a box of pencils or extra notebook for a child in need.
A local couple that has supported more than 30 nonprofit organizations throughout the years has been named the North Georgia Community Foundation's 2015 Philanthropists ...
Inventory is short and competition is fierce for affordable rental housing in Hall County's urban cores, according to local real estate professionals.
A bit of a snafu in design plans for the Lights Ferry connector project actually ended up bringing some good luck to both Flowery Branch ...
A group of area pilots is still pushing to get the Army Corps of Engineers' permission to land their seaplanes on Lake Lanier.
Steel bars stretch upward into the sky and set the framework for the new Hall County Sheriff's Headquarters.
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