As college students settle into their new classes, officials are releasing numbers that show a continued increase in enrollment.
Crews are still working to repair damage caused by heavy rains at a Sonic Drive-In restaurant in Cleveland over the weekend.
As an Eagle Scout, John Webster has proven himself to be a leader, but he says there are still more things to be learned.
When Bill Dickey was a kid in the metro Atlanta area, he'd escape to the woods behind his house to watch the animals and experience nature.
Before the county relocates many of its operations out of downtown Gainesville, a lot shuffling will need to take place.
Area students may not have to leave their classroom seats this Veterans Day to see and hear living history.
More students need to know about careers in science and engineering, and Hall County teacher Kathy Mellette plans to help.
In a crime unusual in even a down economy, the Gainesville Police Department has arrested two people it believes are responsible for the theft of several air conditioning units around the city.
A top official with the Georgia Department of Transportation plans to meet with local leaders Sept. 14 about the state's plans for the 1-cent sales tax for transportation.
Georgia finally finished the race.
Peaches are big business in Georgia. And they're big business for Northeast Georgia's Jaemor Farm Market.
Hall County has finalized the purchase of the Liberty Mutual building on Browns Bridge Road and plans to move a number of departments over to the new facility starting in 2011.
Hall County Superior Court Judge C. Andrew Fuller issued a temporary injunction on the construction of the North Hall library and community center at a hearing Monday.
As Hall County students started their third week of classes, the school board got back to debating budget issues.
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