The city of Gainesville is bracing for potential litigation after a new TitleMax was refused a certificate of occupancy and barred from opening for business.
Despite signing on to be a "leading partner" in 2011, Georgia has yet to pull the trigger on adopting a new set of science standards.
February marks a year since Hall County implemented the Citizen Alert System.
After initially reviewing a reduced 2014-15 school calendar, Gainesville City Schools officials will present a fully restored year at tonight's board of education work session.
Georgia takes Florida to task repeatedly in a 126-page document asking the U.S. Supreme Court to reject the Sunshine State's water "overconsumption" claims against Georgia.
No snow is in the immediate forecast, but during the height of last week's storm, the Georgia Department of Transportation offered a few tips that are good to remember when the white stuff comes our way again.
After digging out from a snowstorm at the beginning of the week that closed businesses and schools, Gainesville residents looked to take advantage of Saturday's springlike weather.
Kids at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Hall County now can get more one-on-one help from tutors.
It's been nearly a year since Ray Perren took the helm at Lanier Technical College this past April, with the months since spent to better get to know the faculty.
OAKWOOD - Cars hum along Thurmon Tanner Parkway, and what was once a quiet community building on Railroad Street is filled with sounds of Zumba and other YMCA activities.
Battling fires in front of a crowd of onlookers, Hall County Fire Department trainees looked ready for the real deal as they extinguished controlled car fires, structure fires and a propane blaze that shot 30 feet into the sky above the Allen Creek training facilities.
The political fallout from the winter weather fiasco that left residents stranded along icy roads and highways in metro Atlanta is just beginning to take shape, and Georgia voters can expect the issue to rear its head during this year's election.
One person has died as a result of injuries suffered Friday evening in an accident on Athens Highway east of Gainesville.
The weather this weekend is "going to be great" according to National Weather Service forecaster Mike Leary.
Construction on the Hall County Sheriff's Office North Hall precinct is moving along, with doors set to open to the public at the end of next month, county officials said.
For some, Thursday's public information open house on widening U.S. 129/Cleveland Highway in North Hall County may seem familiar.
State Sen. Butch Miller, R-Gainesville, is co-sponsoring a bill aimed at reforming the state's medical malpractice system and lowering health care costs. His picture was on a mailer sent to many Hall County homes in January, asking residents to thank him for his support of the bill.
For the past two weeks, testimony in Hall County Superior Court has described a July 6, 2012, boating crash caused by negligence and recklessness.
Calling it a mere formality, Gainesville officials are hoping that changing the name of the existing tourism bureau to the Gainesville Convention and Visitors Bureau Authority will be a boon to its economic development portfolio.
A Forsyth County Sheriff's Office investigation into the burglary of three storage units last month has resulted in six arrests on drug and other charges.
A body found last week at an abandoned home in Oconee County, southeast of Athens, has been identified as that of a 41-year-old man from northeastern Forsyth County.
Georgia residents who bought a car in 2012 or early 2013 have until the end of the week to opt out of the birthday tax and into a new one-time title tax.
A series of town hall meetings has been scheduled for early March to get input from alumni and community members as the University of North Georgia continues to carve an identity for itself.
For Eduardo Castaneda, 2014 has been a happy year so far.
The federal stimulus was certainly a boost to Christie Pinson's personal economy.
To achieve success in sharpshooting competition, Hall County 4-H S.A.F.E BB Rifle Team members spend half their time learning about guns and gun safety in a classroom, the other half on the range putting their knowledge and skill to use.
The seven Republican candidates vying this year for the state's U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Saxby Chambliss have more than a few things in common.
With cold weather often leading to alternative methods of heating homes, Hall County Fire Marshal Capt. Scott Cagle recommends the following precautions:
Braving winter weather