Charges have been dismissed against a woman accused of poisoning her husband in 2007.
During the holiday season, there is so much travel, shopping and cooking to do that donating blood gets pushed off the to-do list.
Katie Kearns said she plans to permanently retire if she winds up with the winning Mega Millions lottery ticket tonight.
As a way to get his body acclimated to cold water, George Wangemann used to start every morning from September to Jan. 1 with an ice cold shower.
Hard to imagine the men and women pulled over Thursday would offer police gratitude.
Starting in February, the Georgia Mountains YMCA will expand by taking over the operations of Lumpkin County Parks and Recreation facilities.
A Dawson County sheriff's deputy who collapsed while en route to a call last week has been released from the hospital after undergoing emergency surgery.
When Charlie Brown had hip replacement surgery in 2002, the painful recovery meant weeks of using a walker followed by weeks of leaning on a cane.
Officials are awaiting autopsy reports to determine if a Dec. 16 fire is responsible for the death of a second woman.
Gwinnett County Police officers are relying on the public to help identify a man wanted in connection with a Dec. 13 kidnapping and attempted rape in Buford.
It takes about an hour and plenty of musical notes to prepare for Gov.-elect Nathan Deal's inaugural prayer service.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is moving forward on plans to replace the overcrowded veterans outpatient clinic off Mundy Mill Road in Oakwood.
They don't need fresh images to trigger a child safety lesson. Men and women who respond to emergencies stress prevention because they harbor raw memories.
Local officials are looking for a little leeway on the Open Records Act from state legislators during the upcoming legislative session.
Local real estate experts say home prices in Hall County could see signs of stability in the new year after economic uncertainty and unemployment kept many potential home buyers on the sidelines in 2010.
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While some construction barrels already line some Hall County roads, other traffic relief appears on the way in the form of some big transportation projects.
When winter weather hits North Georgia, the proper preparation can help get you through the storm and stay warm and safe. Follow these tips:
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