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Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens says a $25 billion settlement the five largest mortgage lenders have reached with 49 states over foreclosure abuses means "partial relief" for Georgia homeowners.
State lawmakers will allow another vote on a change to Georgia's constitution that would allow the General Assembly to create more charter schools.
Just two days after winning the 2012 Academic Bowl State Championship in a heated 125-school competition held at Flowery Branch High School, the Gainesville City School Board heard from staff members on the academic well-being of the remainder of the student body.
"Iím very familiar with the water litigation, and very familiar with the last twenty-plus years of water litigation," State Attorney General Sam Olens told the Gainesville Rotary Club at their weekly lunch meeting Monday afternoon at the First Baptist Church on Green Street.
Georgia Agricultural Commissioner Gary Black stood before a crowded cafeteria at Wauka Mountain Multiple Intelligences Academy Thursday evening and informed parents, students and faculty members that locally grown produce and farm products were headed their way as a vital part of future school lunches.
The setting could not have been any more ideal than the Legacy Lodge Conference Center at Lake Lanier Islands for the morning's topic of discussion: water. Members of the South Hall Business Coalition were treated to panoramic views of the 37,000 acre reservoir as they arrived for their monthly meeting.
The City of Flowery Branch is in stable fiscal condition according to City Manager Bill Andrew. Andrew presented his annual State of the City address at Friday nightís City Council meeting.
Gainesville Fire Chief Jon Canada presented the Citizen Lifesaving Award to Tray Ross of Gainesville at Tuesday nightís Gainesville City Council meeting.
Celebrants sang, some locking arms, as they marched around Roosevelt Square Monday afternoon in downtown Gainesville before heading towards Brenau University, and then on to Fair Street School, ending at the New Holland Core Knowledge Academy on Jesse Jewell Parkway.
A Paulding County judge has scheduled an execution for a man convicted of the 2001 killing a woman and her 3-year-old daughter.
The Gainesville Police Department is seeking the publicís assistance in identifying a police impersonator.
Authorities say a giant 200,000-gallon water tank burst at the Georgia World Congress Center, forcing organizers to delay the opening of the Atlanta Boat Show.
The City of Gainesville and her 700 employees are a step closer to being self-insured following this morningís City Council work session.
There was so much interest Tuesday night in the planned Northeast Georgia Medical Center Braselton that additional chairs had to be brought into the main meeting room at the Spout Springs Library.
Several Georgia lawmakers will be stepping into new leadership roles with the 2012 legislative session kicks off next week.
Police say a Tennessee man told his wife and mother-in-law "they'd be sorry" before he shot and killed them in a Georgia hospital while others watched in a crowded waiting room watched.
Gov. Nathan Deal says he'll ask lawmakers for $10 million in state funding for drug courts and other alternative sentencing programs that aim to steer nonviolent offenders away from prison.
A Georgia community has renamed one of its streets for a hometown hero a National Guard soldier who was killed two years ago in Afghanistan.
Minimum staffing has become common in the workplace and it was no exception at Thursday nightís Flowery Branch City Council meeting, the first of 2012.
Almost two years after the first shovel-full of dirt was turned, the new Dawson County Government Center is ready to serve.
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