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Mike Meaders' two sons love to fish. Some of their best memories involve time spent with their dad, hoping for just one more bite. Today those once-small boys are emergency responders: Jason is an EMT Supervisor for White County and BJ works out of Hall County Fire Station #15.
The 2014 Hall County property tax statements are scheduled for mailing October 1 and will be due December 1.
A divided Hall County Commission voted 3-2 Thursday morning to approve the Lake Lanier Olympic Venue lease agreement.
The debate over education standards and measures was not settled at Tuesday night’s Georgia State Board of Education public hearing held in the Pam Ware Performing Arts Center on the campus of Gainesville High School.
Through a state Department of Education grant, the University of North Georgia will partner with Hall and Lumpkin schools to increase elementary students' science achievement by strengthening their teachers' content knowledge and teaching skills.
The Gainesville Police Department, working in conjunction with the Oakwood Police Department and the North Georgia Major Offenders Safe Streets Task Force, has charged three Gainesville subjects with operating a theft ring and gang charges.
Authorities are seeking a charge of felony murder against a man arrested in connection with the beating death of a Georgia Southern University student.
Authorities say a woman badly injured in a July attack while walking a popular trail in Paulding County has been discharged from the hospital.
The U.N.'s top human rights body on Monday overwhelmingly approved the Iraqi government's request for an investigation into alleged crimes against civilians committed by the Islamic State group in its rampage across northeastern Syria and parts of Iraq.
A Labor Day boating accident on Lake Lanier sent two people to the Northeast Georgia Medical Center according to Gainesville Fire Division Chief Keith Smith.
The Hall County Sheriff's Office Citizens Academy is extending an invitation to anyone interested to join with them for their 10-session training program beginning October 7th.
President Barack Obama says he still intends to act on his own to change immigration policies but stopped short of reiterating his past vows to act by end of summer.
Sometimes water can cause a fire to flare-up; that is, when water is the topic of a city council discussion.
Don Grantham of Augusta was elected Chair of the State Transportation Board today, having served the past year in the role of Vice Chair. Emily Dunn of Blue Ridge was elected Vice Chair, and Robert L. Brown, Jr. of Decatur was elected to the position of Secretary.
Additional charges have been filed against the Gainesville man arrested for the shooting of two women at the Atlanta Street Apartments last Friday.
The Gainesville Police Department has charged a Gainesville man with the Friday afternoon shooting of two females at the Atlanta Street Apartments in Gainesville.
A Gainesville woman has been told by her homeowners' association that she must remove the Israeli and American flags on display in her front yard or face a fine.
When Public Utilities Director Kelly Randall and Finance and Administration Division Manager Tina Wetherford sat down before the Gainesville City Council at Thursday morning’s work session, they were about to propose an historic low increase in water and sewer rates
The Georgia Department of Education released the list of 2014 Alert Schools on Tuesday as part of the state’s waiver from the Elementary and Secondary Education Act.
Don’t look now, but we’re quickly approaching the time of year when healthcare insurance decisions will suddenly take center stage. Open Enrollment for 2015 coverage begins November 15.
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