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Personal trainer Greg Cochran of The Fitness Forum on Thompson Bridge Road in Gainesville pulled a Ford F-150 pickup truck provided by Greene Ford over a quarter of a mile - 1350 feet to be exact.
Georgia Tech has fired Paul Hewitt after his fourth losing season in the last six years.
The Georgia Board of Education will vote in April on a plan to phase out the Georgia High School Graduation Test in favor of end-of-course exams that better measure students' learning.
Financial companies are pushing stocks higher on signs that banks may soon raise their dividends.
Georgia's revenues are continuing to show signs of life.
An east Georgia county agent was charged with using his position to coerce two businesses to give him at least $7,500 over the last three years
Beauty retailer ULTA is offering an opportunity to all female high school seniors in Hall County to win an $8,000 college scholarship.
All lanes of Old Peachtree Road near its intersection with Lawrenceville-Suwannee Road were shut down Wednesday afternoon as firefighters dealt with an active natural gas leak.
Gwinnett County fire investigators have determined that a man who died in a duplex fire on Sunday intentionally took his own life.
It was a busy weekend for Jackson County firefighters as two separate fires occurred within hours of each other.
The Senate on Monday unanimously passed legislation that would pay benefits to state highway employees injured or killed in the line of duty.
India plans to open a consulate in Atlanta, which economic development officials say could mean stronger business ties between the metro area and the south Asian country.
The Barrow County Sheriff’s Office would like to remind all businesses to keep their used kitchen grease in a safe and secure area. High fuel prices have caused thieves to pursue this unusual plunder; case in point, an arrest made last week in Winder.
Gov. Nathan Deal announced his Education Advisory Board Friday afternoon, which included several area educators and administrators.
A Commerce police officer has been arrested by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation following an investigation into his running a license plate for personal reasons.
According to a report released Wednesday our area will experience a near-doubling of population over the next three decades.
Lumpkin County Deputy Fire Chief Robbie Hughey said that the Pony Lake Road brush fire his department was summoned to just after 2:30 Tuesday afternoon is becoming somewhat commonplace.
A new national study shows that the University of Georgia has the largest Latin program of any college in the country
Gwinnett County firefighters were called to a house fire in the 1600 block of Harbins Road in Dacula early Saturday morning.
U.S. Representative Tom Graves has announced he will be hosting an open house on Tuesday at his Gainesville District Office: 311 Green Street between 4:00-6:00.
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