The pool at Gainesville State College won't be closing after all.
When the Georgia General Assembly passed its budget, it eliminated funding for several student tests.
The Hall County Farmers Market will hold its first market of the season Tuesday morning, and local farmers say they are ready for another banner year.
DAWSONVILLE - Last week was a unique, star-studded time for the city of Dawsonville.
Keith Whitfield is tired of seeing the bodies of children slain at the hands of their fathers.
Memories of the two-year drought that drained Lake Lanier to a historic low are about to be revived in the courtroom.
Dawson County school officials unanimously approved Jullian "Jute" Wilson last week as its new high school principal.
Late one recent Monday morning, suspicious-looking teens spotted by a Coker Road resident outside a neighbor's house prompted a call to 911.
The Red Cross is going back to its roots.
It only took a few minutes into the first ultrasound of her second pregnancy for Mary Beth Blair to know that something was unusual.
Joslyn Keels, 8, and Raina Keels, 4, woke up at 6:30 a.m. Saturday.
Smoke and flames have been replaced by random acts of kindness for a Gainesville-based Charlie Company soldier and his family.
Dozens of men who deployed to Afghanistan with Maj. Kevin Jenrette ran roads familiar to the Lula soldier Saturday in his memory and honor.
CLEVELAND - A crowd of more than 1,400 gathered Saturday at BabyLand General Hospital in Cleveland for the official grand opening at the Cabbage Patch Kids' new home.
Letter carriers in the area and nationwide will be picking up food donations today as they deliver the mail for today's 17th annual Stamp Out Hunger food drive.
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A Gainesville man died after a single-vehicle crash Thursday morning in North Hall, according to authorities.
Southbound traffic on Interstate 985 slowed to a crawl Thursday morning as a Georgia Department of Transportation maintenance crew performed shoulder work.
The shock and sorrow is still coursing through Jason Hewett's veins.
More than 2 million American households rely on a federally subsidized voucher program to afford their rent, according to the U.S. Department of Housing ...
Braving winter weather
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