Friday September 20th, 2019 2:23PM


Hall County Library construction moving right along
With years of complaints and feedback, the Hall County Library is finally getting the facelift they have been wanting.
5:44PM ( 3 months ago )
Elachee Nature Science Center holds educational summer camp
Need help keeping the kids entertained this summer? Elachee Nature Science Center is offering a 9-week seasonal day camp for kids preschool to seniors in high school.
6:00PM ( 3 months ago )
Helen hosts final day to see hot air balloons
The Helen to Atlantic Balloon Race continues in Helen, but Saturday evening wraps up the final events.
4:45PM ( 3 months ago )
Everyday People: Clermont man turns weight-loss journey into cycling hobby
After losing 150 pounds, Scott Ledford has traveled hundreds of miles in the last three years. Maybe you’ve seen the local cyclist riding around his hometown of Clermont or passing through one of North Georgia’s cities on two wheels.
10:30AM ( 3 months ago )
Helen welcomes 46th annual Helen to Atlantic Balloon Race
The Helen to Atlantic Balloon Race brings in people from around the globe to watch and particpate in the annual ballooning event.
4:07PM ( 3 months ago )
Bobby Gruhn Field turf gets a facelift
If you drive by City Park Stadium in Gainesville, you'll probably do a double take. According to Gainesville City Schools Athletic Fields and School Grounds Manager David Presnell, they're turf planing the field.
7:05AM ( 3 months ago )
Hundreds of people gather for annual Memorial Day parade in Gainesville
The annual Memorial Day parade lined Green Street with lawn chairs, people, pets and kids Monday morning in Gainesville.
1:20PM ( 3 months ago )
Destination Diploma: Striking a balance for a successful high school career
By now, high school graduation is in the rear-view mirror for the Class of 2019. For upcoming seniors, though, they have one short summer to prepare for their last year of high school.
4:00PM ( 3 months ago )
MUST SEE VIDEO: Local karate instructor / fisherman's YouTube video goes 'viral'
Without hesitation, martial artist Lee Sandt responded to his competitor’s last-second move. The 4th Degree Master in Tang Soo Do Korean karate refused to be denied victory.
7:20PM ( 3 months ago )
Transportation Tip Thursday: Martin Road roundabout
Hall County is preparing for one more project to prepare Martin Road for the upcoming I-985 Exit 14.
6:45PM ( 3 months ago )