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Jerry Gunn

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Recent Articles by Jerry Gunn

  • HCC hears request for name changes in writing
    Hall County Commissioners at their Monday work session heard once again from Friendship Road residents who do not want their section of the road east of Interstate 985 changed to Lanier Islands Parkway.
  • GHCC Buy Local Expo promotes local economy
    The chilly, wet weather in Gainesville Friday did not stop exhibitors or visitors from attending the 4th Annual 'Buy Local Expo' at the Civic Center, hosted by the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce.
  • Flowery Branch Council hears annexation complaint
    A truck terminal owner seeking annexation into Flowery Branch got a warm welcome from City Council but a complaint from a nearby resident at Thursday night's council meeting.
  • State, Feds, crack down on bear poachers
    State and federal wildlife officials in Georgia and North Carolina Wednesday morning in Gainesville announced an undercover operation involving 80 wildlife violators and nine 980 violations.
  • Collins welcomes constituents to downtown office
    Republican 9th District Congressman Doug Collins is spending this week in various locations throughout the district meeting with constituents, local business owners and community activists.
  • Hall Commissioners pick Lula sewer option
    Out of three options for Highway 365 corridor sewer development, Hall Commissioners voted 4-1 Thursday night on the Lula option. The motion came from Vice Chairman Jeff Stowe.
  • Atlanta Falcons Super Bowl coach speaks at RMA
    Former National Football League Coach Dan Reeves was Wednesday's Character Development speaker at Riverside Military Academy in Gainesville. Reeves spoke of leadership qualities, and how important it is in life not to quit.
  • G'ville Council says no to developer
    Gainesville City Council unanimously turned down a rezoning request from developer Michael Slate during Tuesday night's regular meeting.
  • At UNG in Dahlonega, Holocaust exhibit shows book burning
    North Georgians are learning about the Nazi era from "Fighting the Fires of Hate: America and the Nazi Book Burnings", a traveling exhibit from the United States Holocaust Museum on display at the Dahlonega campus of the University of North Georgia.
  • Mayor says no cost to take over Joint Municipal Bldg
    Gainesville/Hall County’s Joint Municipal Building may soon become known as the Gainesville Municipal Building.
  • Gainesville slogs through wet Wednesday
    Gainesville did not suffer from a tornado like the one that ravaged Adairsville in northwest Georgia but it did get wet - very wet.
  • Municipal Assoc. members look at new economic approach
    Hall County’s cities want a more unified and concentrated effort aimed at economic development.
  • Hall School Supt.calls FBHS Internet threat a hoax
    Hall County School Superintendent Will Schofield told school board members Monday evening that "we're in a new era" when it comes to threats against schools.
  • 'Above and beyond the call' for Hall bus driver
    Hall School Board members Monday night thanked a school bus driver who went 'above and beyond the call of duty’.
  • GHCC celebrates,recognizes existing industry
    The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce Wednesday named Industry of the Year winners for 2013 during the 4th Annual Industry Appreciation Luncheon celebrating existing industry at the Chattahoochee Country Club in Gainesville.
  • A historic march for MLK Day in Gainesville
    Around 150 marchers began this year’s 43rd annual Gainesville celebration of Martin Luther King Day with song and prayer at E.E. Butler Center Monday afternoon.
  • Norton forecasts stability to return in 2013
    Gainesville Realtor Frank Norton told his Civic Center audience Thursday night there are still 'unknowns' that could be economic pitfalls this year; other than that, it looks promising.
  • Sugar Hill shows off new City Hall
    City officials in Gwinnett County’s Sugar Hill cut the ribbon and dedicated their brand new $11-million city hall Sunday afternoon.
  • 104-year-old grist mill still ready to run in east Hall Co.
    A former Scientific Atlanta test engineer who lives in east Hall County off Gillsville Highway once worked on the Space Shuttle. Now his pride and joy is a 104-year-old restored old grist mill that sits in a wood building in his front yard.
  • Don Carter State Park set for spring opening
    Georgia's Director of state parks, Monday in Gainesville, set the date for the opening of Hall County's Don Carter State Park.
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