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The University of North Georgia swore in a new Director of Public Safety in a ceremony held at UNG's Dahlonega Campus on Tuesday.
An estimated 200 people stood silent in the parking lot of Sun Trust Bank on E.E. Butler Parkway Monday, just before the 1PM start time, as ministers from seven different churches prayed aloud, asking for God's blessing.
Democratic State Senator Jason Carter has proposed a referendum allowing voters to decide whether the state's education budget should be separate from the general budget.
Former Hall County Commissioner and Gainesville attorney Ashley Bell said on WDUN's Afternoon News Wrap that he is considering a bid for State School Superintendent.
The first Dahlonega City Council meeting of 2014 began with the swearing in of new members Roman Gaddis, Michael Clemons and Mitchell Ridley.
Dawson County authorities continue to search for two friends who decided to go fishing early Thursday morning and have not been seen since.
Governor Nathan Deal says he will propose that the state establish a separate scholarship within the HOPE grant program to provide full tuition for technical college students with a 3.5 grade-point average.
At their first work session of the year the Mayor and City Council heard of plans to expand random drug testing among Gainesville City employees to enhance their drug-free workplace program.
Cobb County authorities say a police officer shot and killed a man suspected of stealing a motorcycle.
Not long ago Santa’s culinary options would have been limited to the half-dozen Waffle Houses scattered, covered and smothered, in the Gainesville area. Today that number has grown.
The Gainesville City Council was told Tuesday evening that there had been reaction to the previous night’s decision by Gainesville City Schools to provide School Resource Officers with three Colt 6920 M4 semi-automatic carbine rifles for their schools.
The weeks that connect Thanksgiving into Christmas are a time when people pause to reflect on the year almost completed, and to recognize the good things that have happened around them. Monday night’s Gainesville City School Board meeting was no exception.
Surprise! Three young giant pandas born at Atlanta's zoo that were thought to be males are actually females.
A standing-room-only crowd packed the main ballroom at the Gainesville Civic Center Thursday morning for the annual “Eggs & Issues” breakfast sponsored by the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce.
The general manager of the world's busiest airport has announced plans to retire early next year.
Santa had an opportunity to get some of his gifts delivered ahead of schedule Saturday at Lakeview Academy, site of the annual Good News at Noon Christmas Party.
A generation or two ago nativity scenes graced nearly every town square and were common items fronting public buildings during December. With that no longer being the case, should you nostalgically yearn to see an old-fashioned crèche you need travel no farther than Riverside Drive in Gainesville.
The Special Olympics Georgia state competition is returning to Hall County in October…the next three Octobers, to be more specific. The official announcement regarding the 2014-2016 commitment was made Wednesday morning at North Hall Park.
Every member of the Gainesville City Council raised their hand Tuesday evening, unanimously approving an amendment to an existing city ordinance banning firearms in city parks; not every Council member, however, had their “hearts” in the vote.
The search for a new Gainesville City School Superintendent has moved into its next phase: the application process has been completed and now the job of winnowing a successor to Dr. Merrianne Dyer is underway.
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