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The Gainesville City School Board unveiled it proposed budget Wednesday evening at the Gainesville High School cafeteria.
Tuesday night’s U.S. Army Corps of Engineers informational meeting attracted not only citizens, but Oakwood City Manager Stan Brown as well.
The Hall County Commission decided at their work session Monday afternoon to temporarily delay their decision on when to bring the matter of Sunday alcohol sales before the voters.
Hall County firefighters were summoned to the 5400 block of Oakfern Trail in Flowery Branch on a reported house fire just after noon Saturday.
Businessman Herman Cain has joined the growing field of Republicans who want to be president.
The U.S. Department of Education is investigating whether Gwinnett County schools officials discriminated against black and Hispanic students when redistricting school boundaries.
The Gainesville Police Department has issued a warning about a forgery ring operating in our area.
Gov. Nathan Deal was booed loudly on Saturday by Republican loyalists at the state party convention as he endorsed his pick in the bitter race to lead the state party.
Two of the University of Georgia's top fundraising foundations are set to merge.
A Bibb County English teacher was named Georgia's 2012 Teacher of the Year.
Hall County School Superintendent Will Schofield, discussing upcoming budget concerns, said in an email release Friday morning that along with next year’s $19 million of state austerity cuts, it now appears that increased local exemptions and re-evaluation of property values has the potential to decrease revenue an additional $4-$7 million.
Police in Clarke County say they are trying to solve a spree of home invasions that's putting residents in serious danger.
A 14 year-old pedestrian was injured Friday afternoon when he was struck by a car on Suwanee Dam Road.
A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued by the National Weather Service in Norman, Oklahoma.
A cargo jet left Atlanta with a massive concrete pump that will be used to pour water on crippled nuclear reactors at a power plant in Japan.
Authorities have charged a truck driver with murder in the slaying of a Columbia County employee at a wastewater treatment plant near Augusta.
The recent warm weather is being welcomed by all - including area truck farmers.
Geraldine Ferraro, 75, who in 1984 became the first woman to run for vice president on a major party ticket, died on Saturday.
Police in Athens said Saturday they are trying to determine how long a man charged in a police officer's slaying - who is now being held in the Hall County jail - had been staying at an Athens apartment where he allegedly took nine hostages.
Governor Nathan Deal today responded to the wildfires in southeast Georgia by declaring a state of emergency for Long, Bacon, Clinch and Coffee counties, according to Brian Robinson, Deal's Deputy Chief of Staff.
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