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Forsyth County voters will have additional time to cast their ballot during week three of Advance Voting for the November 4 General Election/Special Election, thanks to extended Advance Voting hours approved by the Forsyth County Board of Voter Registrations and Elections.
Authorities say 18 people have been arrested in a series of raids as part of an effort to target child pornography.
‘The House Study Committee on the Role of the Federal Government in Education’ is a long title, but so is the staying power of its subject matter, particularly Common Core.
In the wake of the suspension of Georgia running back Todd Gurley, state legislators are considering ways to punish people who jeopardize college athletes' eligibility.
Mississippi voters are being asked to create a constitutional right to hunt and fish.
County Administrator Glenn Stephens has named A.A. “Butch” Ayers as Gwinnett’s new police chief effective October 25, replacing Charlie Walters, who is retiring after serving Gwinnett County for 35 years.
Members of the Gainesville City Council were told that major components of Hall County’s Emergency 911 system are in the autumn years of life expectancy and need to be replaced sooner, rather than later.
The Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board voted to recommend annexation of just over 70-acres along Ahaluna Drive into the city Tuesday evening, and to recommend the rezoning of an adjacent parcel of almost 32-acres – but already within the city limits – making the combined 102-acre site eligible for Planned Unit Development.
Another way for teenagers to use the boundless energy they possess, to think outside-the-box and be resourceful, make friends and enjoy the great outdoors is starting to gain momentum.
Georgia Gwinnett College Police discovered the body of a deceased individual on their campus on Friday.
The event had been advertised as free and open to the public, including no-charge health screenings offered by the Longstreet Clinic, and the public was responding.
Gainesville City School Superintendent Dr. Wanda Creel told school board members at their Monday night work session that she had good news regarding their pre-kindergarten program on two separate fronts: one regards federal funding, the other involves state lottery funding.
Hall County's 16th confirmed case of rabies this year has been reported in the southern end of the county.
Members of the Gainesville High School Governance Council asked the Gainesville City Council to consider providing Gainesville Connection Service for students who want to participate in after school activities but who can't because they lack transportation.
A jury has found a Florida man guilty of first-degree murder for fatally shooting a teenager after an argument over loud music outside a Jacksonville convenience store.
The Gainesville Police Department would like to alert the community of possible traffic delays on Thursday as a result the Gainesville High School homecoming parade.
Published reports say President Barack Obama rode an elevator this month with an armed security contractor who had three criminal convictions, a violation of Secret Service security protocols.
The University of North Georgia has received property worth an estimated $5.2 million from the estate of Army Col. Lewis "Jack" Peevy, who died in January at age 71, to establish a fund to support the Corps of Cadets.
Twenty-six women had traveled over 6,000 miles to share their vision for a business relationship between their nation, Nigeria, and the United States.
Winder Police have arrested a teenager for a Wednesday burglary, but it was the young man's puppy that led to his arrest.
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