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An edible replica of Main Street Flowery Branch is attracting attention these days in the front window of the Liberty Candy Company, just up the street from City Hall.
Flowery Branch Mayor Mike Miller thinks equipping city police with tag readers is a good idea and wants cost estimates available by early next year.
Flowery Branch City Council Thursday night expanded its downtown Main Street retail with a vote to lease a city owned building.
The second time was the charm for the developer of a major commercial and residential project near the Gateway Industrial Park on Highway 365 at the Hall County Planning Commission’s final meeting of the year Monday night.
Shoppers at the Winder Wal-Mart skipped their post Thanksgiving dinner naps to fill the parking lot and line up inside the store for those big holiday discounts.
Members of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee convened a two hour field hearing in Gainesville, the only one in Georgia, Monday that focused on the rural America impact of the Affordable Care Act.
Flowery Branch City Council Thursday night seemed to enjoy the update from Finance Director Jeremy Perry with his report there’s going to be more money in the city’s coffers from, among other sources, the Local Option Sales Tax.
Gainesville School Board members Monday night tabled until January, 2014 any action on recommendations concerning Woods Mill Academy; School Superintendent Merrianne Dyer says students need time to understand the changes.
Hall County Commissioners unanimously sided with Hanson Aggregates LLC Thursday night in its request to rezone 113 acres for eventual expansion in Southeast Hall County
Hall County’s employees are going to get a pay bonus, based on part or full time status and length of employment.
An ordinance amendment aimed at expanding the city’s tax base got first reading approval from Flowery Branch City Council Thursday night.
Hall County Planning Commission members Monday night felt there were too many unanswered questions about rezoning a huge tract of land on Highway 365 for planned commercial and residential development, so the developer got another month to come up with answers.
Hall County School Board members this past week agreed it is time to make students, coaches, and parents more aware of the potential problem of performance enhancing drug use at the high school level.
Hall County School Board members Monday night expressed interest in and want more information on a new teacher student communication application called ‘Gaggle’.
Hall County subdivisions may expect their bonds to cover sidewalk and street paving to increase when the county commission meets again November 14th.
If the Hall County Government Financial Status Update for the 1st Quarter of Fiscal Year 2014 can be used as an economic indicator, it’s a good one.
A Hall County Commissioner Thursday night responded to published report accusations that the Commission is violating state open meetings Laws.
Flowery Branch citizens Tuesday night came out to look at a re-development plan aimed at making their downtown the ‘Gem of South Hall County’.
Hall County Planning Commissioners expected to hear two contentious rezoning issues Monday night but one was tabled in front of a large opposition audience.
Hall County and its cities met in emergency called session Thursday and agreed to revise the Local Option Sales Tax distribution certificate originally approved on Tuesday and sent to the State Revenue Department.
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