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The Hall County Board of Commissioners voted Thursday evening to retain The PFM Group for financial advice services.
The Gainesville Care Center has a new name: Choices Pregnancy Care Center.
As representatives of the eight Hall County municipalities enjoyed dinner inside the exquisite and new City of Buford Community Center, quiet conversations among the city leaders alternated between the splendor of the new building and the stalemated Hall County Local Option Sales Tax (LOST) negotiations.
A former Gwinnett County commissioner who will soon start serving a jail sentence for accepting a bribe from an undercover FBI agent said in an interview that she believes bribery was a common practice.
A Hall County man wanted on outstanding warrants was arrested Thursday afternoon following a brief high-speed chase that led from northwest Hall County into southern Lumpkin County.
Ministerial representatives from nearly a dozen Hall County churches watched and listened intently to sobering video testimony about the life-long, life-changing effects that victims of childhood sexual abuse must endure.
Republican candidate Doug Collins and Democratic candidate Jody Cooley spent ninety minutes Tuesday evening debating the issues most near-and-dear to the hearts of northeast Georgia citizens as they grappled for votes in their bid for the ninth congressional district seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Against a backdrop of City Hall white marble, Georgia Mountains Center brownstone, and cerulean blue skies the Gainesville Pedestrian Bridge had its official dedication Tuesday afternoon.
Personnel at the Georgia Mountains Center removed a dividing wall to double the size of the room for Monday night’s Hall County Planning Commission meeting. And well they did, as over 100 area residents showed up to demonstrate their solidarity in opposing the rezoning request of Z-H Farms.
The Hall County Commission held a first reading and public hearing Tuesday afternoon to consider changing the County Code to allow alcohol sales at non-profit special events.
Oakwood residents could see two things going up in their city very shortly: millage rates and a "bubble" to cover the city’s swimming pool, allowing the facility to be open twelve months a year.
Three new storm warning systems are in the works for the city of Flowery Branch, part of a fund-matching grant provided by the Georgia Emergency Management Agency.
Things got a bit tense at Monday evening’s meeting of the Hall County Planning Commission. At one point Chairman Don Smallwood had to tap his gavel several times before giving it a resounding "bang" and bringing wide-eyed silence to the room.
fter collecting a record 276 tons of expired or unwanted medications in a nationwide voluntary surrender-program last April, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency decided to present the opportunity again for individuals to properly dispose of such items, no questions asked.
The Hall County Commission Thursday night unanimously approved a resolution that normally would be outside the scope of their jurisdiction: business relationships with the nations of Iran and Sudan.
Gainesville's City Council heard good news at their called meeting Thursday afternoon from Dianne McNabb, Director of Public Financial Management, Inc.
veryone seems to have two things in common regarding the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA): questions about its nuances and opinions about its existence.
The Hall County School System approved at Monday night’s Board meeting a SPLOST III funding request to spend $59,000 in an attempt to resolve a twice-daily, long-standing traffic headache.
When the Gainesville City School Board reached the point in their work session agenda where the topic of restoring furlough days was to be considered, Superintendent Dr. Merrianne Dyer asked the Board to momentarily table their discussio
White County authorities have charged a Gainesville man with public indecency and drunkenness following an incident on Thursday that included exposing himself to students on a White County School bus.
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