GAINESVILLE -- Environmentalists and Gainesville officials agree that Flat Creek is a lot better than it was about 10 years ago.
If you want to give your child a gift this Easter, the Georgia Department of Agriculture recommends that you stick with marshmallow Peeps and chocolate bunnies rather than their living counterparts.
The receded waters of Lake Lanier, low pool and all, will be on display for a national audience of fishing enthusiasts this summer when the Outdoor Channel airs an edition of "Ultimate Match Fishing" that wrapped up Saturday at the Lake Lanier Islands resort. For bass fishermen, the low lake has been a boon, and attracted the cable network to Lanier for the first time for its invitational tournament. <p ...
ATLANTA - A word of Dutch origin ended an East Hall Middle School eighth-grader's third and deepest run as a spelling bee champion.
When federal authorities last August announced the indictments of 25 defendants of mostly Cuban descent in connection with a large-scale marijuana "grow house" operation, it was thought that the organization had been dismantled.
Dr. Doug Tanner has a simple technique for vaccinating a long, tail-wagging line of furry, four-legged animals for rabies: "Hurry."
Homeowners can get information to help them keep their homes at an event being held next week in Gainesville by the Georgia Department of Community Affairs.
The Georgia Department of Transportation warns drivers that continuing work on four road projects will cause lane closures next week in Hall County.
There was no word Friday afternoon on whether a lawsuit has been filed by Barrow Regional Medical Center in Winder to stop Northeast Georgia Health System's planned Braselton hospital.
The Stations of the Cross, also called the Way of the Cross, is a Catholic devotion depicting the events in the last hours of Jesus - the Passion and death of Christ.
A Hall County judge reluctantly agreed to postpone a civil competency trial for a death penalty defendant after expressing frustration at the pace of the case.
The spirit of Easter, as one spectator called it, was flourishing Saturday morning at the Rabbittown Easter parade.
A suspicious smell at 9:30 Friday morning caused an evacuation at Martin Elementary School in Flowery Branch. But by 10:30 a.m., a sweep of the building by Hall County Fire officials found no cause for alarm.
Pauline "Ma" Gooch was remembered Friday as a woman who worked until her legs gave out, but never lost her love for people.
A secretary for Hall County's University of Georgia Extension Service office was arrested Friday on charges of embezzling $52,000 from the office, authorities said.
Terminated deputies Jack Dodd and Larry Henslee responded Thursday to what they said are inaccurate and unfair assertions of blame by the Hall County Sheriff's Office for their roles in the escape of an inmate.
Homeless and needy veterans will have the opportunity to receive vital supplies Saturday through several area veterans organizations.
Gainesville ushered in another holiday season with horse-drawn carriage rides, music and lights on the square.
The inaugural Mary Parks Youth Champion award was given to two out of eight nominees.
The Peach State is producing far more blueberries than peaches, said Georgia Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black.
Rhett Lamar Conner waited for the Red Rabbit bus Wednesday afternoon at a new bus stop near Brenau University.
Friday marks 50 years since the assassination of John F. Kennedy, an event that resonates through the country to this day.
Gainesville police are investigating after a man fled from a traffic stop and officers found him dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, Cpl. Kevin Holbrook said.
Area residents still seeking to understand how the new federal health care law affects them are invited to a Monday hearing on the troubled rollout.
Here are some tips to help you deal with the summer heat wave.
Braving winter weather