The new school planned for Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy will be built as originally designed, Delores Diaz, chair of the Gainesville school board, announced at a work session Monday.
A Chestatee High School rising junior died Sunday night in an ATV accident in South Georgia, Hall County school officials said Monday.
Ley Hathcock, who is a former engineer and has been with Hall County Schools since 2011, will be the interim principal at Martin Technology Academy of Math and Science.
Workers are busy rebuilding a 2-mile stretch of McEver Road in Oakwood, a long-awaited project for motorists who regularly travel the busy West Hall artery.
A Nov. 8 special election could be in the works to fill a vacant seat on the Clermont Town Council.
Improvements to Gainesville's historic Roosevelt Square, including landscaping and the eventual placement of a monument to public safety workers, could start later this month.
Residents of Windcliff Apartments off Limestone Parkway in Gainesville might be surprised to learn the U.S. Department of Justice recently reached a settlement with the complex's property owners in a housing discrimination lawsuit.
On June 6, 1944, an 18-year-old Bud Gowder of Gainesville jumped out of a plane to land on the beaches of Normandy. He missed slightly, landing in a tree.
State income tax refunds may be delayed this year since returns are taking longer to process as a result of increased fraud, according to Commissioner Lynne Riley of the Georgia Department of Revenue.
Proposed affordable housing developments across Hall County have drawn opposition from several corners.
A new store in downtown Gainesville is easily identifiable by the bright, colorful patterns of its products.
Karen Brackett and her 4-year-old daughter, Chloe, have finally moved out of the Atlanta Street public housing complex in Gainesville.
Brooks Family Farm in Lula is a new member of the American Angus Association, a national breed organization headquartered in Saint Joseph, Mo.
Fans and volunteers worked diligently through wind and scattered showers Saturday to pull off the second annual John Jarrard Foundation Lake Show.
Three Hall County teachers will leave this week on a monthlong trip to Tanzania - providing lessons for students and learning about cultures in that part of the world.
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The use of drones for commercial video and photos is on the rise, according to the National Association of Realtors.
In Lula, a family living in a remote farmhouse might have to drive more than 10 miles to get to the nearest grocery store.
They say you can't fight city hall. In Flowery Branch, at this point, you can't fight the new city hall.
Rumors and theories swirl around the death of Phil Smith, a 55-year-old Atlanta Street man shot in the head last year that has caused "many ...
Hillary Clinton effectively claimed the Democratic presidential nomination last week after her victory over Bernie Sanders in the California primary, becoming the first woman to ...
Braving winter weather
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