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As nuclear talks with Iran approach a critical deadline, the United States is considering letting Tehran run hundreds of centrifuges at a once-secret, fortified underground bunker in exchange for limits on centrifuge work at other sites, officials tell The Associated Press.
A group of citizens from Hall County made an emotional plea to Hall County commissioners at Monday afternoon's work session to rescind a vote that changes the name of a portion of Ga. Highway 347 from Friendship Road to Lanier Islands Parkway.
A 7,700-square-foot office building is planned on a vacant lot on Thompson Bridge Road across from the new Walmart Neighborhood Market.
More than 4,500 rowers and spectators from around the south are expected in Gainesville Friday and Saturday for the John Hunter Regatta.
The Gainesville Police Department is investigating after a two-vehicle crash resulted in the death of a motorcycle driver Friday night.
A Lawrenceville home has been described as a "total loss" following a severe fire Friday afternoon.
DeKalb County agreed to policy changes meant to protect the rights of people who can't afford fines and fees for traffic violations and other misdemeanors as part of the settlement of a federal lawsuit.
The body of a female University of Georgia student was found inside a campus dormitory Thursday evening.
One person has been arrested and nearly $50,000 worth of drugs seized following a raid in Hall County on Wednesday.
Two Gainesville residents were arrested by Hall County authorities on Tuesday during the course of a drug investigation.
White County voters said yes by a wide margin to extending the education sales tax in the county.
Iranian diplomats twice confronted their American counterparts about an open letter from Republican senators who warned that any nuclear deal could expire the day President Barack Obama leaves office, a senior U.S. official said Monday.
Michelle Obama won't avoid Cambodia's human rights record when she visits the southeast Asian nation this week, her final stop on a two-country trip to promote a new U.S. initiative to help millions of girls worldwide attend and complete school, the White House said Monday.
The Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) will sponsor a career expo for job seekers Thursday, March 26, in Toccoa.
Stephen Gurr, a senior investigator for the Gainesville-based Northeastern Judicial Circuit’s Public Defender Office, recently earned national designation as a Board Certified Criminal Defense Investigator from the Criminal Defense Investigation Training Council.
The World Health Organization marked a grim milestone Thursday in the biggest-ever Ebola outbreak, estimating that the virus had killed over 10,000 people, mostly in the West African nations of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
A new federal study says many workers in employer-funded pension plans that fail could see their benefits reduced under the current system of government support.
The AFL-CIO union says it and its affiliated unions are freezing political contributions to federal candidates ``until further notice'' to channel funds into the labor's intensifying battle to stop or at least help shape a proposed free-trade agreement being negotiated by the U.S. and other nations that border the Pacific Ocean.
The chairman of a House committee investigating the deadly 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya, says he will call former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton to appear before his committee at least twice.
The Hall County Board of Education has approved make-up days after a winter storm closed the school system for several days, as well as the purchase of new school buses for the system's fleet.
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