Before a litter trap was installed on Flat Creek in December, a cleanup of the long-troubled urban waterway meant serious work.
Exceptional young people in the community and the "heroes" who support them were recognized in an awards dinner Tuesday evening.
Hall County Fire Services responded to a brush fire about 5 p.m. Tuesday in the area of Little River Circle off Blueberry Hills Drive.
Students who work at local manufacturing businesses can be valuable to the employees, two executives said Tuesday.
An overturned trailer blocked three lanes of traffic on Green Street in Gainesville, just north of its intersection with Ridgewood Avenue, during rush hour Tuesday night.
Gainesville City Schools will host three meetings at Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy about plans for the new school and for the students' temporary move for the 2016-2017 school year.
A man knocked off a ladder after a 2014 car chase has filed a lawsuit against the Department of Public Safety seeking at least $1 million and claiming state patrol negligently performed a precision immobilization technique, or PIT, maneuver.
Authorities say that the two people accused of killing a pizza delivery driver in Lawrenceville stole pizza from the victim and ignored the cash that was in his pocket.
Rest Haven still has a spot on the map, but neighboring Buford could start taking an eraser to that later in the year.
A well-known national department store is offering screenings to help keep women healthy.
A number of students are working to pass the SAT in order to attend the Early College @ Jones program next school year, after just three of the 231 applicants had scores that qualified.
Nearly a year after opening, Northeast Georgia Medical Center Braselton in South Hall County is moving forward on construction of a 10-room obstetrics unit.
In many parts of the United States, including here in Gainesville and Hall County, law enforcement agencies have become de facto mental health care providers.
A man is accused of forcing his way in to a Baptist church in Gainesville and leaving with a container of cash, according to authorities.
The head of a Gainesville-based organization that works with 51 city and county governments throughout Northeast Georgia is retiring Aug. 9.
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Stronger sentences and greater support for victims are two heralded achievements from criminal justice stakeholders over the past 20 years.
The Times and AccessWDUN are joining forces to sponsor a town hall meeting in May to allow residents to ask questions of the five men ...
Braving winter weather
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