Hall County Board of Education members rolled out plans for repairing schools and completing projects at a retreat Saturday, but whether funds will be there to see them through still was in question.
The argument for improving trauma care in Georgia hospitals boils down to one point: More critically injured people will survive.
Monthly furloughs are over for Flowery Branch employees.
Hall County spelling bee champion Parker Ramey advanced to the State Spelling Bee by placing second in the District 3 competition Saturday at North Gwinnett High School in Suwanee.
When it comes to going green, many business owners may be at a loss of where to start, but on Friday, the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce helped point them in the right direction.
It's a classic marriage tiff: One partner wants it; the other says "no way."
If you're hoping to see a different figure on your property tax bill this year but haven't filed a return or applied for exemptions yet, you might want to cancel your Monday lunch plans.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners may have come to a decision on the North Hall library, but Clermont residents say their fight is far from over.
An investigation into the ethics of Dawson County High School's principal has led to a nearly monthlong, unpaid suspension that begins Monday.
Volunteers from United Way of Hall County will take to the streets next week to thank the community for their support of the organization's annual campaign drive.
Two young leaders were honored Thursday by the Gainesville Jaycees at its annual Young Man and Young Woman of the Year awards.
The 13-year-old Flowery Branch boy who took a couple of Hall County school buses for a spin around a bus shop parking lot has become a news media sensation. Or at least his driving has.
Hall County's Boys and Girls Clubs announced their Youth of the Year winner Friday afternoon.
In the continuing battle against a climbing burglary rate, Hall County Sheriff's officials are hoping cash can loosen some lips.
Hall County school board members gave students the chance to sound off on technology's progress in the classroom at Friday evening's board retreat.
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North Georgia residents are invited to don a purple shirt and walk the streets of Gainesville to raise funds and awareness for Alzheimer's disease.
FedEx is considering Braselton in Jackson County "as a potential location for a package distribution center," a statement from the company said Monday.
Tuesday is the voter registration deadline for this November's elections.
Previously postponed work on Ga. 53 has been scheduled for this week in downtown Braselton.
Daliyah Marie Arana's face breaks into a smile when asked why she loves to read.
With funding from area governments in the bag, all eyes are now on getting a key east-west connector between Gainesville and Oakwood designed and built.
A "poor man's" car once found on every street in America was among good company Saturday at the inaugural Atlanta Concours d'Elegance at ...
Taylor DeLaPerriere loves to shop and loves to find a good deal.
Across the board, fourth-graders scored lower than third-graders in reading, according to 2016 Milestones results for Hall and Gainesville students.
Jumping down into the creek near Industrial Boulevard in Gainesville, A.J. Allen shouted at a fleeing suspect to stop before using his Taser twice.
Willie Mitchell has made educating children his life's mission, but he laments failings that he believes contributed to the breakdown of social bonds at ...
Pungent or pleasant, it's a smell in automobile exhaust, copier machines and yes, even brand new cars.
Braving winter weather
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