Hall Area Transit officials want to live up to the Red Rabbit's name and multiply the bus service's brood.
BUFORD - Virgil Williams is equally excited about two things: the opening of the renovated Lake Lanier Islands resort and the rising water level of Lake Lanier.
A Jefferson man was in critical condition this morning after being shot in the leg in a South Hall home during a domestic dispute, authorities said.
Hall County Sheriff's Col. Jeff Strickland said 31-year-old Nicholas Causey was shot multiple times about 9:15 this morning inside a home in the 7200 block of Litany Court off Spout Springs Road.
The Georgia Department of Transportation removed an osprey nest Thursday morning from the top of Bolding Bridge on Ga. 53.
Among the 500 well-wishers at the kickoff of Nathan Deal's bid for governor were a number of potential candidates to succeed him in the U.S. House.
A North Hall man was in extremely critical condition Friday night after being struck in the head with a stick during a fight with his stepbrother, authorities said.
Former State Transportation Board chairman Mike Evans has become the first announced candidate to succeed Nathan Deal in Congress.
The scene has all the makings of a courtroom drama.
In addition to the traditional children's activities and adult fitness classes, the Jefferson Parks and Recreation Department is adding something new this summer - a theater workshop.
Just in time for warm weather, the Chicopee Woods Mountain Bike Trail System's renovations offer new trails for avid bikers and first-timers alike.
With school about to wrap up for the year, more students will be spending more time at home.
Standing before a crowd of more than 500 supporters, Nathan Deal on Friday announced his "quest to be elected governor of Georgia."
The Hall County Board of Commissioners met Thursday with Glade Woodland Farm representatives to ask questions about the planned reservoir in northeastern Hall.
More than 50 local professionals with a heart for young people gathered at a luncheon Thursday where they were honored for taking nearly 60 students under their wings at work this year.
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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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