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At its meeting Tuesday evening, Gainesville City Council members unanimously approved an annexation/rezoning request that will bring a high-end development to Ahaluna Drive, off Dawsonville Highway.
Employees of a Georgia debt collection agency were coached to threaten people with arrest to get them to pay money they sometimes did not owe, authorities said Tuesday as they announced charges against seven individuals.
University of Tennessee linebacker, and former Gainesville Red Elephant, A.J. Johnson has been named a suspect in a rape and sexual assault case
Tuesday evening the Hall County Planning Commission gave approval to an application by the Hall County Development authority to rezone a 179-acre tract of land from light industrial to heavy industrial.
A federal judge has ordered two Georgia men to each serve 10-year prison terms in what prosecutors describe as a plot against federal government officials.
Nearly 7,500 high school seniors will get their official early admission to the University of Georgia for fall semester 2015.
At its meeting Thursday evening, Hall County Commissioners voted to send two separate letters -- one each to local legislative delegates and the Department of Transportation (copying Governor Nathan Deal and Lt. Governor Casey Cagle) -- to address the closing of a railroad crossing along Tumlbing Circle.
At its meeting Tuesday evening, the Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board took a look at three items: a proposed restaurant on the corner of Thompson Bridge Road and Virginia Circle, a church sign at First Baptist Church of Gainesville, and a proposed assisted living facility on Thompson Bridge Road.
At the Hall County Government Center Thursday evening, citizens of Hall County got a look at some of the items on the list for the Gainesville Hall County Metropolitan Planning Organzation's (GHMPO) 2040 transportation plan.
Norfolk Southern Railroad has given the Gainesville Police Department $1,000 grant to educate the public on railway safety.
Republican incumbent Nathan Deal won the gubernatorial race outright in Georgia, with no need for a runoff.
The roadway at the railroad crossing at Athens Street in Gainesville will be closed this week.
About 35 people came to the corner of Maple and Broad Streets in downtown Gainesville for the unveiling of a historical marker that memorializes the victims of the Tornado of '36 who died in the Cooper Pants Factory.
According to a report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHSTA), Halloween consistently ranks as one of the top three days for pedestrian accidents and fatalities.
The execution of a Missouri man who killed a woman and her two children is on hold indefinitely as the U.S. Supreme Court decides whether to review the case.
Houston's mayor says the city has withdrawn subpoenas seeking speeches and other information from five pastors who publicly opposed an ordinance banning discrimination of gay and transgender residents.
The director of a Veterans' hospital in Augusta has announced plans to step down.
Nordstrom at the Mall of Georgia will be closing its doors.
A total of eight communities, including two from North Georgia, have received $13 million dollars in loans from the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA).
A dozen band members from the Gainesville High School band program have been selected for the Hall County Honor Band.
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