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Two Barrow County juveniles are in custody following a search of more than four hours in the Creekwood Road area Wednesday morning.
A planned retail development on Gainesville's east side is one step closer to reality after a quick review by Gainesville City Council members at the council's regular meeting Tuesday night.
School officials in Gwinnett County have charged a high school student with carrying a dagger with her to campus.
The Gainesville City Police Department is commemorating National Police Week in a couple of different ways this week.
The city council in Duluth has approved an amendment aimed at tightening restrictions on massage parlors in the city
Hall County School Superintedent Will Schofield began laying the groundwork Monday night for a leaner budget for the upcoming school year.
Three months ago, Hall County Marine Sean Adams was severely injured when he stepped on an IED in Afghanistan. Sunday he showed up at church to surprise his mom on Mother's Day.
In the first reported drowning of 2012 on Lake Hartwell, uthorities said a 33-year-old Athens man has drowned over the weekend while on a church outing.
Newspaper reports indicate that serial budget deficits helped drive Georgia Perimeter College President Anthony Tricoli from office.
In a letter to Hall County Commission Chairman Tom Oliver, engineers with the State Department of Transportation said they are ready to install warning beacons, a traffic signal and a turn lane on Georgia Highway 365 at its intersection with Howard Road.
Gordon Pirkle's family members say they know he might have made some mistakes, but they still don't think state officials should have seized his Dawsonville Pool Room this week.
Student participants in the Drug Free Coalition of Hall County’s first annual 'Face it…Youth Substance Abuse Prevention Video Contest' for middle and high school youth walked the red carpet at the awards ceremony Thursday evening, May 10, 2012, at Gainesville State College
Outbursts dominated a brief, yet intense, court hearing on Thursday for Jamie Hood, the man accused of gunning down a police officer a year ago.
Authorities re-opened Buford Dam Road Thursday afternoon, following a day-long ordeal involving a busted treated wastwater line.
Gainesville City Council members got their first look at the budget for FY 2013 Thursday morning, and City Manager Kip Padgett said the council will need to approve a millage roll-up to make ends meet in the coming year.
The families of two Hungarian students killed two years ago when a tugboat-guided barge slammed into and sank their amphibious sightseeing boat in the Delaware River will split $15 million after a settlement was reached Wednesday, just days into a federal wrongful-death trial that had been expected to last a month.
Typically, firefighters spend their time doing just that...fighting fires. But there are those occasions when they're called upon to take care of other emergencies, and that's just what happened the morning of April 21 at Tree Park Apartments.
Attorney Susan D. Brown announced this week that she will seek the Office of Judge of Hall County Probate Court.
Authorities are crediting a 17-year-old grocery bagger at a Georgia grocery store with wrestling a shoplifting suspect to the ground and holding him until police arrived.
Attorneys for two remaining defendants in an alleged Georgia-based plot to attack government targets demanded more details Tuesday about the evidence federal agents have gathered against them, as the two men appear headed for trial.
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