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A hearing is planned Thursday night and another on February 5 with the Jackson County Board of Education to discuss the possible closure of Benton Elementary School.
Beth Hilscher will serve a second consecutive term as Mayor Pro Tempore of Suwanee.
A Cumming man is behind bars after Hall County Multi-Agency Narcotics Squad Agents seized more than $25,000 worth of methamphetamine.
Thanks to a tip from a body shop, a suspect is behind bars for the alleged hit-and-run of a man in Oakwood.
The Hall County Joint Municipal Association now has a trail system as an item to consider for the future of Hall County and its municipalities.
One man is dead and another injured following a two-car crash Sunday night on Old Atlanta Road near Daves Creek Drive in Cumming.
The Gainesville Police Department is asking for the public's assistance in locating Ricky Eugene Blocker, age 53.
A new high school set to open its doors this year in Gwinnett County finally has a name.
Hall County officially has a new Fire Chief. Jason Hood took the oath of office at Thursday night's Hall County Commission meeting.
Hall County is still in the development process with their new mobile app, but it should be ready sometime in the first half of 2015.
At its meeting Tuesday evening, the Gainesville City Council unanimously approved a resolution that could add three new firefighter positions to the city's fire department.
Dozens of people participated in the annual King Day Celebration in downtown Gainesville, marching through the downtown square to Fair Street Elementary School.
Fire officials are investigating a suspected arson blaze that damaged an elementary school outside Atlanta
A shopping mall in central Florida is reopening a day after a shooting in its food court that left two people dead, including the gunman, and one injured.
Museum of Aviation visitors can now get a close-up view of what crew members of the Enola Gay were looking at when they changed history.
Two teenage sweethearts suspected in a crime spree of stolen vehicles and pilfered checks across the South have been taken into custody in Florida, Kentucky authorities said Sunday.
Police in Athens are moving some 150,000 pieces of evidence to a new storage facility.
The Hall County Planning Commission will not be having its regularly scheduled meeting on January 20.
In a 4-2 vote, the Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board recommended denial of a rezoning request that would bring a drive-thru coffee shop and a small retail store to Thompson Bridge Road.
The Flowery Branch City Council awarded a bid for the Cinnamon Cove water/sewer project at its first meeting of 2015.
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