A mix of classic and new cars of all different models lined the upper parking lot of Lakeshore Mall in Gainesville behind Belks on Saturday morning and early afternoon.
The skies were buzzing Saturday over Gainesville.
Zicam recalls leave many consumers wary of homeopathic remedies, but local users of alternative medicine say there's a bigger picture.
Court officials and attorneys say mandated cuts to the state judicial budget are making the wheels of justice move slower than usual.
School-level results for the Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests were released this week, and most local schools show improvement from last year's scores.
Sometimes having a baby makes you so excited you can't sleep.
July 1 has come and gone, but the Humane Society of Hall County and Hall County Animal Control have yet to go their separate ways.
A generation of Americans has come of age with an image burnished forever in their memories: A grainy, black-and-white TV shot of a shadowy man climbing down a ladder on the night of Sunday, July 20, 1969.
It looks like Gainesville's most famous holly tree will persevere.
With Lake Lanier's water levels back near average, its boat ramps and beaches are open, the campgrounds are full and vacationers are out in full force.
Hall County is one step closer to building the Glades Farm Reservoir.
A former Gainesville police officer is under investigation for possibly abusing a police dog.
Hall County libraries are packed.
The new, old jail on Gainesville's Main Street should be boarding its first guests since its makeover any day now.
Most may be familiar with Georgia's role in the Civil War, but perhaps not as well-versed in Colonial-era history.
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A vote on two proposed Hall County large developments has been put off until Aug. 25.
In the wake of mass shootings and other tragedies across the nation, it's not uncommon to see the American flag flying at half-staff.
More than 33,000 automobiles travel up and down historic Green Street in Gainesville each day, and heavy trucks account for 16 percent of all ...
All roads have been reopened after closures near the intersection of Hog Mountain and Blackjack roads in South Hall because of a large gas leak ...
The University of North Georgia will officially recognize its new, four-story residence hall, The Commons, with a ribbon-cutting on the Dahlonega campus at 10 a ...
Braving winter weather
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