Matrimony, proponents say, does more than a couple good.
The folks at the Department of Driver Services have noticed something about their customers: They don't like spending much time waiting to get their license.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners talked a lot of trash at its board meeting Thursday.
A tax-season tussle between a Gainesville income tax preparation office and the biggest company in the business prompted a judge to order the local company to keep its hands and pencils off the W2s of H&R Block's customers.
Gainesville City Council members were faced today with the question of whether to invest in the future or save every penny to deal with current financial duress.
Northeast Georgia Health System will change its phone numbers beginning Sunday.
The entrance ramp to Interstate 985 north from Mundy Mill Road in Oakwood opened Thursday, two days ahead of schedule, Georgia Department of Transportation officials said.
A Lula man died in a two-vehicle wreck Thursday afternoon that left one lane of Ga. 365 closed for several hours.
A retired French diplomat said the world economy is in need of treatment before the effects of the worldwide recession will begin to subside.
Although not everyone knows exactly what it means to observe Lent, most people understand that most followers choose to give up something until the season is over.
The Boys & Girls Clubs in Jefferson probably is not like any other club that you've seen.
An East Jackson Comprehensive High School student was killed and another one injured in a car accident Tuesday afternoon, according to Jackson County Emergency Services.
A Gainesville man was sentenced to more than 15 years in federal prison Wednesday for using a computer to attempt to entice a child for sexual purposes.
A few caped North Hall High School students swooped into Myers Elementary School and saved the day by dropping off school supplies to every classroom.
When the economy takes a nosedive and people are afraid to spend money on anything that's not essential, it's bad news for a town whose existence depends on tourism.
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As plans to restore Healan's Mill gain momentum and the number of advocates continue to grow, the future is looking brighter for the crumbling ...
There are many around Hall County who feel giving thanks means more than stuffing yourself on turkey and dressing.
Lake Lanier dwellers wanting a boat dock permit but who have put off seeking one might want to put that task atop their to-do list.
Brian Aycock, like so many Americans, is only one big expense away from breaking the bank.
Statistics can often be dry, but Phillippa Lewis Moss, dropped one Tuesday that could be particularly useful - for some.
Gainesville native takes post with Indiana U. Health
The number of child runaways reported this year to the Gainesville Police Department has outnumbered all missing person reports made the previous two years.
Two people were shot, one fatally, early Saturday at a home in Buford.
Christmas arrived Saturday at Lakeshore Mall when Santa Claus made his seasonal arrival riding on a big red fire truck.
A double wide mobile home caught fire Saturday afternoon in what Hall County Fire Services Capt. Zachary Brackett called an illegal brush fire "that got ...
When the Lunt girls fall asleep, they dream of being heroes and princesses - or artists and authors.
The historic Gym of '36 is fully renovated and open for business.
As the last of the merchandise was put on the shelves with the clock ticking down to the grand opening Friday of North Lake Square ...
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