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Johnny Marlow, 64, of Gainesville was convicted today by a Hall County jury for the August 11, 2013, rape and false imprisonment of a 24-year-old homeless woman at his Sun Valley Road residence in Oakwood.
A joint effort by the United States Marshals Service and the Gainesville Police Department has resulted in the arrest of Rodnie Maurice Stokes, 27, who has been a fugitive since the June 5th shooting death of Cedric Huff on West Avenue in Gainesville.
Itís a new era at Gainesville City Schools; change has come.
The City of Gainesville has issued notice that Athens Street will be closed at the railroad crossing beginning at 7 a.m. Monday, July 7, and will remain closed through Aug. 1.
The 10-foot tall fiberglass cow, the miniature silo, the red barn, the jumbo red and black table umbrellas; traffic always slows as curious motorists on Highway 129 approach the entrance to near Clermont.
The Gainesville Fire Department will be honoring the memory of their first female Division Chief, Debbie Lynn Smith Truelove, with a processional and memorial service Saturday morning.
The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners will hold three public hearings to receive comments on the proposed 2014 millage rates. Two hearings will be held on July 7 at 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. and the third will be on July 14 at 6:30 p.m. All three hearings will take place in the auditorium of the Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center, also known as GJAC, located at 75 Langley Drive in Lawrenc
Something alien welcomed Gainesville City Council members as they took their seats around the Council tablet in preparation for Thursday morningís work session.
The Alternative Fuel Vehicle Roadshow made a stop at the Brenau Downtown Center Wednesday morning, the seventh destination of eight scheduled statewide in this fourth annual effort by the Georgia Public Service Commission to promote fuel sources other than petroleum based ones.
Despite the fact that he still has a year remaining on his current contract, the Hall County School Board decided Monday evening to give Superintendent Will Schofield a new three year pact.
Libertarian candidates running for U.S. Senate and governor and candidates for two other posts qualified Tuesday for the November ballot with the hope that their message of small government and fiscal restraint will resonate with Georgia voters.
Don Carter State Park quietly turns one-year-old on July 15th. However, donít take that statement at face value; it is a trope: a true statement whose very words belie other realities.
The annual meeting and recognition ceremony of the Lake Lanier Convention and Visitors Bureau happened under blue skies and gentle breezes at Don Carter State Park Tuesday afternoon.
North Georgia Christian School is celebrating their 30th anniversary, but the next thirty years will include a move onto an expanded campus on Poplar Springs Road.
Jury selection is underway in the upcoming trial of Joseph Scott Williams, accused in the June, 2013, shooting death of Adrian Thompson outside of Pepper's Grocery store on E.E. Butler Parkway in Gainesville.
After nine consecutive years of no increase in the millage rate, one would think that the announcement of a 17.62% increase in that rate for the new budget would garner a lot of response from the citizenry.
Governor Nathan Deal today announced that Kroger, one of the world's largest grocery retailers, will relocate to a new distribution center in Forest Park, creating 120 new jobs and investing more than $175 million over the next five years.
Five American special operations troops were killed by a U.S. airstrike called in to help them after they were ambushed by the Taliban in southern Afghanistan, in one of the deadliest friendly fire incidents in nearly 14 years of war, officials said Tuesday.
Port officials say the Savannah harbor expansion may begin now that President Barack Obama has signed the Water Resources Reform and Development Act of 2014.
May and June are months when finances take front stage for Hall County government: budgets are prepared, numerous annual contracts are awarded, tax assessments are calculated, etcetera.
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