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U.S. Sen. David Perdue, the junior senator from Georgia, was interviewed Wednesday by WDUN's Brian Stewart.
This has been a busy news year, with stories ranging from winter storms and plane crashes to fires and students with guns. So what were the top stories of 2014?
Finding ways to repair Georgia’s aging roads and bridges will be a top priority in the upcoming General Assembly session, Hall County legislators said Thursday.
Three women who have served as first lady of Georgia gathered for a special event Thursday to reminisce about their time in the Governor’s Mansion.
The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce is hoping record number of people will take advantage of free health screenings at this year’s HealthSmart Interactive Wellness Expo on Wednesday.
Rep. Doug Collins said Thursday that ground troops may be needed to fight ISIS terrorists in the Middle East, but he hopes that those troops will come from countries in the region.
The Kiwanis Club of Gainesville will be hosting its annual Pancake Breakfast next weekend.
The United Way of Hall County kicked off its 2014 annual campaign with an inspirational message that one person doing good work can change the community.
Superintendent Will Schofield said Wednesday that Hall County Schools will seriously investigate allegations made by an atheist group that religion has become unconstitutionally infused in the Chestatee High School football program.
Sen. Butch Miller said today he will seek to become majority leader when the General Assembly convenes in January.
Andy Roberts of Gainesville thought it was a big deal when Garth Brooks called on him to ask a question during a January concert in Las Vegas.
A local bank is changing its name next week, but bank officials say customers won’t notice much change beyond new signs and new colors.
U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson suggested Thursday that more emails from an ex-IRS official will be recovered and will show a systematic targeting of religious and conservative groups by the government agency.
Two new nuclear reactors under construction at Georgia Power’s Plant Vogtle will be critical to fueling Georgia’s future energy needs, a member of the Georgia Public Service Commission said Tuesday.
Georgia House Speaker David Ralston on Tuesday called the upcoming dredging of the Savannah River harbor the most exciting economic development project of the last 10 years.
Gov. Nathan Deal and his wife, Sandra, highlighted the 106th annual Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce Gala on Thursday night.
riday is Celebrate Literacy Day in Gainesville as the United Way of Hall County continues its “Read Learn Succeed” initiative to make children better readers and more successful students.
Todd Starnes, whose popular commentaries air weekday mornings on WDUN AM-550 and FM-102.9, will conduct a town hall meeting Wednesday in Gainesville, then sign copies of his newly released book, “God Less America.”
Five law enforcement officers from Hall County were honored Tuesday for outstanding achievement in their professions by the Kiwanis Club of Gainesville
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