Georgia Department of Transportation crews are installing a traffic signal at the entrance to the Frances Meadows Aquatic and Community Center and the new Gainesville Middle School.
Moodle. Ning. Dimdim.
Money was the main topic of discussion during the Jefferson City Council voting session Monday.
Former state representative Mary Jeanette Jamieson, D-Toccoa, faces two counts of income tax evasion, and her case will be tried in Fulton County.
Mary Paglia credits a strong customer base for helping her keep the doors open while many small businesses are struggling in a down economy.
CUMMING - In just a few weeks, Cumming's $14 million water project will be complete, giving the city the ability to withdraw up to 105 million gallons per day from Lake Lanier.
Area leaders met Monday in Gillsville to hear a presentation and ask questions about the Glades Reservoir project slated for North Hall County.
Two state legislators have balked at a letter sent by Gainesville's city clerk to the U.S. Department of Justice concerning how a nonbinding referendum may affect racial minorities in the city.
BRASELTON - Time was when few cars passed through Duncan Corners in South Hall, so the unusual tapestry of roads at that intersection was more of a curiosity than a motorist's headache.
Plans are set for a traffic signal at the main entrance into Habersham County Medical Center.
A rally set for the Saturday before school starts features entertainment for students and two seminars for their parents in an effort to get kids excited about going back to school and keep them from dropping out.
BRASELTON - Could a big cat be prowling the town of Braselton?
The first day of school involves more preparation than packing plenty of pencils.
A federal judge's ruling limiting Gainesville's access to Lake Lanier's water also could affect two of its most faithful customers, southerly neighbors Oakwood and, to a lesser degree, Flowery Branch.
About 200 rescuers spent hours this weekend searching for a Dawsonville child who, when found, had strayed maybe 200 or 300 yards from the family camp site.
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Connections between city and county, farmer and consumer and simply people with one another was the focus of Tuesday morning's Farm-City breakfast.
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