Being a girl in middle and high school can be tough, but a Northeast Georgia organization wants to offer support to these young women.
A Chestatee High School student and a longtime Gainesville square businessman were recipients Tuesday night of two awards at the Gainesville Kiwanis Club's 90th annual awards banquet.
Several Hall County projects have federal funding uncertainty, but at least three cited last week by Georgia Department of Transportation District Engineer Brent Cook have no funding certainty at all.
The North Georgia Community Foundation, celebrating its 30th year, is accepting nominations for its Philanthropist of the Year and Woodrow Stewart Leadership in Philanthropy awards.
Some of the region's finest and highest-achieving students are headed to bright futures at some of the country's top colleges.
The state Senate Transportation Committee on Tuesday made significant changes to a transportation bill approved by House lawmakers earlier this year.
Oakwood City Council members are in agreement that something must be done to address residential parking restrictions in the community.
Hall County voters on Tuesday approved a new five-year round of special purpose local option sales tax, or SPLOST VII.
A Gainesville taxi company was reeling Tuesday as it dealt with the shooting death of one its veteran drivers.
In an unusual case, the Hall County Civil Service Board voted unanimously Tuesday morning to uphold the termination of employee David McCord.
Polls are open until 7 p.m. today across Hall County as voters decide on a one-cent special purpose local option sales tax.
At Sugar Hill Elementary School, 5-year-old students are learning how to make PowerPoints and film instructional videos.
A $500 reward is available for information leading to the discovery of a man missing since June 7.
A former Hall County jailer accused on smuggling charges pleaded not guilty Monday at an arraignment in U.S. District Court.
Hall County Fire Services announced Monday that Chad Black had been appointed to the position of deputy fire chief.
A gas leak caused a shutdown of Gaines Ferry Road at McEver Road toward Lake Lanier in Flowery Branch on Monday, fire officials said.
With the implementation of the Affordable Care Act and other recent changes to the tax code, filing an annual return appears more complicated than ever.
The Northeast Georgia History Center at Brenau University invited the community to attend Sunday's family day event, which focused on the 1940s. The event was held from 1-4 p.m. and provided visitors with hands-on activities, historical performers and several demonstrations that called for volunteers.
ATLANTA - Patients who have to go out of state to get cannabis oil say they will face risks and hurdles even after medical marijuana becomes legal in Georgia on Thursday.
Anthony Smith knows the value of "foot traffic" at The Fudge Factory, a long-time fixture on the Dahlonega square.
A proposed ordinance restricting parking in residential areas returns to the Oakwood City Council Monday night.
Jack Welch and Suzy Welch will share their business advice with the public at 7 p.m. April 30 in the Brenau University Pearce Auditorium.
A 41-year-old Martin man died in an early Sunday wreck in Banks County.
The Brenau Collections 2015 Fashion Show took place at the Pearce Auditorium on the Brenau University campus. About 400 people on campus were expected to attend the public and private events making up May Day weekend including the fashion show.
Thousands of Georgia children, many of whom may live in Hall County, could be turned away from child care funding because of restrictions that began in February.
On Saturday, Sisters of Today and Tomorrow hosted its Sisters Circle and Leadership Workshop, "Awakening the Dream in Me" at the Hall County Boys & Girls Teen Club,, for a group of girls that ranged from 11-18 years old.
For nonprofits, success often lies in defining a mission. Without a clear focus, it's easy to become stretched too thin.
A small pulse kept beating in the 19-month-old child covered in bruises.
Tourism industry leaders are fuming about the possible economic fallout of a new $5 per night fee on hotel/motel stays.