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Three people were sent to the hospital with injuries that weren't believed to be life-threatening after the deck of a suburban Atlanta home collapsed.
Leticia Guerrero has something, rather someone, for whom to be extra thankful this Thanksgiving week.
After 90-minutes of discussion and citizen input, the Hall County Planning Commission on Monday evening approved by a 4-to-1 vote a rezoning request that neither party asked for.
Police were called to an apartment complex Friday morning after getting a 911 call from the suspect's sister.
The oft-discussed topic of “jobs” led to some strong comments by the Gainesville City Council at Thursday's work session.
“Corn and ethanol...that's the largest problem facing, in my opinion, poultry and agriculture,” said Abit Massey who served as President of the Georgia Poultry Federation for 48 years.
The Hall County School Board will continue their effort to be leaders, not spectators, in the move towards virtual, flex, and blended school environments.
Veterans of the every branch of the U.S. Armed Forces were honored Monday in the Lakewood Baptist Church sanctuary at precisely 11:00 AM.
Recent efforts to remove unneeded and expired prescription drugs from the community have been so successful that permanent drop-off sites are now in place.
As politicians continue to fish for every last vote, this election day included the Atlanta Falcons (the undefeated 8-0 Falcons!!) taking a handful of young boys fishing at Eagle Ranch.
The Gainesville City School Board took the first step in a new direction at their work session Monday night, approving the first reading of a policy that would allow Gainesville Middle and High School to schedule structured break time, "for the purpose of increasing the level of physical activity for students".
A record number of early voters patiently made their way through the winding queue of citizens at the Hall County Government Center on Friday in order to cast their ballots.
Federal transportation officials are investigating reports that a Georgia Nissan dealership sold a recalled vehicle without performing mandatory repairs.
Governor Nathan Deal has appointed the wife of a high-ranking state official to the Board of Workers' Compensation.
The state Department of Health and Environmental Control violated state law in approving a water quality permit for the $650 million deepening of the Savannah River shipping channel, the South Carolina Supreme Court ruled Friday.
Avery Niles has been sworn in as commissioner of the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice.
Gainesville Police Chief Brian Kelly brought before the City Council at Thursday’s work session a city ordinance amendment that he feels will better help in the recovery of stolen property - namely, those items that frequently end up in area pawn shops and secondhand dealers.
A national trade association says Georgia lost roughly 4,800 construction jobs in the past year.
The South Hall Business Coalition held its monthly meeting Tuesday morning at the headquarters of one of south Hall County’s largest, and most closely followed, businesses: the Atlanta Falcons.
The federal government has given its final approval to deepen the Savannah harbor to make room for supersized cargo ships, a project that Georgia has sought for 16 years and that is expected to cost $652 million.
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