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A Gainesville man has been arrested in connection to a theft of over a dozen bronze statues from a local funeral home.
Music, food, dancing and belles will combine to benefit the Gainesville community at Saturday's 62nd annual Charity Ball.
The way the state rates schools will change somewhat this year, focusing more on student progress and less on one-time achievement.
Co-founder of the toy and food drive and resident of Deaton Creek, Cindy Scott, collected a truckload of goodies to fill the "sleigh" provided by the Hall County Sheriff's Office for delivery to CASA's headquarters in downtown Gainesville.
Georgia DOT Tuesday announced road resurfacing projects planned for State Route 60 in Hall and Lumpkin counties - and a Barrow County company has been chosen to build a new bridge over a railroad in west central Georgia.
Crossing guard Sharon Ann Rucker dons her raincoat and carries an umbrella on a rainy Monday as students leave Fair Street School in Gainesville for the day.
The future of a proposed large development center remains uncertain until Hall County commissioners have a clearer understanding of how the wastewater will be handled.
With 13 Uncle Maddio's Pizza Joint locations currently operating in Metro Atlanta, the brand is now ready to expand into North Georgia.
Hall County Sheriff's Office deputies tried to subdue a machete-wielding assault suspect with a stun gun before shooting him Sunday morning, said Sgt.
Hall County Sheriff's deputies and the GBI are investigating an incident in which a suspect was shot by a deputy after he allegedly injured three people with a sword or machete.
A candy maker from The Fudgery shows off his technique Sunday night during "Christmas on Green Street."
Gainesville's youth detention center will be accommodating more offenders, according to Thursday's Department of Juvenile Justice announcement to close the Gwinnett Regional Youth Detention Center by June 2014.