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Gainesville School Superintendent Wanda Creel says part of her Strategic Plan presented Monday night is making sure there are no guns brought to Gainesville schools by individuals.
Hall County Commissioners Thursday night voted to establish a county employee health clinic and pharmacy in the former East Hall Library building in Rabbit Town and invited the City of Gainesville to be a partner.
Hall County Commissioners plan to vote Thursday on a proposed county employee health clinic and pharmacy that Human Resources Director Bill Moats says could save the county just over $400,000 a year.
Fifty Gainesville area citizens Thursday night were asked what their top regional transportation planning priorities are and how to pay for them at a community meeting at the Hall Government Center.
Gainesville School Board members have a plan to prevent a property tax increase to support the 2015 budget, presented Monday night by Finance Director Janet Allison.
Gainesville City Council marked several grant resolutions for approval at next Tuesday's regular meeting during their work session Thursday morning.
Hall County's city officials Monday night gathered at Jaemor Farms, one of the area's largest tourist and visitor attractions, to learn at their Joint Municipal Association meeting that upcoming events at the Olympic Venue at Clarks Bridge Park should mean big dollars.
Flowery Branch City Council Thursday night heard concerns from nearby Tidewater Cove homeowners and assurances from developer Frank McGowan and voted unanimously in favor of a rezoning of an 18 acre tract on Lights Ferry Road that would allow construction of 98 single family homes in a Planned Unit Development.
In a rare tie breaking vote, Lula Mayor Milton Turner Monday night decided to support a rezoning request from trucking terminal owner Tony McGuire of Gainesville to change his 17 acre tract at Mountain View and Highway 365 from Highway Business to Light Industrial.
Hall County Democrats cleared out the weeds, cleaned the carpet, and re-opened their Athens Street office Thursday for the first time in six years according to Chairman Frank Lock.
Flowery Branch City Council Thursday night voted to go easy on small businesses by not increasing the business license fee or Occupational Tax and by matching Hall County's tax for larger businesses.
Tuesday, April 15th, is the deadline for Americans to pay their income tax, but it also marked Gainesville City Council's approval of a resolution to write off just over 195,000 in delinquent personal property tax.
The Lanier Tea Party Patriots gathered once again Saturday to protest state and federal taxes and what they consider government encroachment on constitutional rights.
A 90 unit affordable housing complex planned to locate across the street from Gainesville's Public Safety Complex got a narrow 3-2 re-zoning approval from Planning and Appeals members Tuesday evening.
A display of compressed natural gas powered vehicles at the Hall County Government Center Thursday did not persuade Hall County Commissioners to vote yes.
If Hall County Commissioners approve a code amendment and a rezoning request, Hall County farmers could grow wine grapes and produce their wine for sale and a growing private school could expand.
City officials from across Hall County and county commissioners met for dinner and a Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax update Monday night and no one objected to planning for SPLOST (7) with SPLOST (6) expiring next year.
Hall County Commissioners gave consensus approval for $256,000 design of the new Hall County Sheriff's office Monday afternoon and Sheriff Gerald Couch told them he wanted to locate his new office next to the Hall County Government Center.
Confederate soldier graves were marked with the battle flag they fought under Saturday by Gainesville Sons of Confederate Veteran members and their friends in an annual effort to remember Southern dead from the American Civil War.
It’s not official yet, but judging from Gainesville City Council’s first reading vote Tuesday evening, the city’s first ‘Growler’ is welcome.
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