As controversy swirls over President Barack Obama's planned televised speech Tuesday to students across the nation, local school districts are deciding how to handle it.
No free man is as closely watched by Hall County authorities as Michael Eugene Cromer.
The following are candidates for Northeast Georgia.
With all of the debates centering around proposed health care reform, it's hard for some people to determine what's truth and what's fiction - especially if they can't read the bill.
Longtime Gainesville school board member Kelvin Simmons may not be on the school board election ballot this fall because of a new state anti-nepotism law.
Professional wrestler A.J. Styles had a busy morning planned, between appearances on two TV sets and a lineup of speaking engagements - all before lunch.
A man who operated a crude methamphetamine lab inside a mobile home a few feet from where toddlers slept was sentenced to seven years in prison Friday.
The Labor Day holiday will have government offices throughout the area closed on Monday, but Hall County workers are taking an extra day off as well.
As the college football season ramps up, local business owners are counting on plenty of rambling and barking fans to ease their recession woes.
Chuck Westfall was named postmaster of Clermont, effective Aug. 29.
A skunk found in the Pea Ridge area of North Hall has tested positive for rabies, according to Gainesville-Hall County Animal Control.
Travel officials predict that Georgia's roads will be clogged with Labor Day holiday travelers, and area law enforcement agencies are preparing to handle the extra traffic.
A cramped South Hall trailer where three young children lived with their parents also was home to a toxic methamphetamine lab, a jury determined Thursday.
Georgia Power President Mike Garrett, directing the state's efforts to settle a water dispute with Alabama and Florida, said Thursday he was "guardingly optimistic that we can do a deal with Alabama."
Juan Christiansen is the dedicated fan for the parents who can't be.
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Ten years after anchoring its operations at Lake Lanier Islands, the Virgil Williams family has remade the 1,100-acre South Hall resort - down to changing ...
In Japanese culture, the notion of honor is highly regarded.
After 100 days of hands-on training, horse trainers from around eastern United States worked to tame wild American mustangs for the Extreme Mustang Makeover held ...
Cleveland will get its first standalone Chick-fil-A restaurant this week, a business that will bring 90 new jobs to the area - as well as a ...
Those who travel U.S. 129 between Gainesville and Athens can learn more next week about plans to widen a 7-mile section of the route.
Eleven fifth-grade girls sit on the floor of their classroom, singing quietly as they strum brightly-colored ukuleles.
Gainesville-based dealership Milton Martin Toyota is in the finishing stages of constructing a new location off Mundy Mill Road and Atlanta Highway in Oakwood - complete ...
Gainesville Police are looking for a suspect accused of taking a 3-year-old Thursday night from Longwood Park.
A Clermont violin teacher accused of child molestation was denied bond Friday as a flight risk possibility in Magistrate Court.
All lanes on E.E. Butler Parkway are open again at Pepper's grocery near College Avenue in Gainesville after a water main leak under ...
Ed Dever says he's having a hard time with the Veterans Choice Program.
Stretchers arriving in the coming months are expected to take a load off the backs of emergency medical responders.
Hall County officials reported late Thursday that they had located a missing 3-year-old boy and that he was safe.
Folding clothes, greeting customers and working a register are skills many young people learn on their first job.
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