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Jerry Gunn

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Recent Articles by Jerry Gunn

  • Fed suit alleges negligence in Cornelia bank failure
    Two former bank officials with the Community Bank & Trust of Cornelia are listed as defendants in a lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Gainesville.
  • Habersham Schools named in federal complaint
    The Habersham County School District is the defendant in a lawsuit filed in Gainesville Federal Court.
  • Hall Co. Commission approves Laurel Park funds
    Hall County's Parks and Leisure Services Director has the go-ahead from county commissioners to get ready for major events at Laurel Park off Cleveland Highway.
  • Lutz says he won't run for new state house seat
    South Hall County Commissioner Craig Lutz said Thursday NIGHThe was declining a request to run for state representative...He said there's still work to be done on the county commission.
  • Hall Commission looks at foreclosure repair funds
    Hall County Commissioners Thursday night plan to look at administering federal foreclosure housing renovation funds to address new homeowner complaints about repairs.
  • Gainesville school board to vote on co-valedictorians
    Gainesville’s School Board and its superintendent heard demands for fairness and justice Tuesday night for honor student Cody Stephens as they looked to the Board for a decision on making Stephens Gainesville High’s sole valedictorian.
  • Hall Commission approves old jail sale
    Hall County Commissioners Tuesday agreed to approve a lease amendment that allows Corrections Corporation of America to buy the old county jail.
  • Santorum denounces Obama during Cumming rally
    Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum spoke to an overflow audience at the giant First Redeemer Church in Cumming Sunday night during what was billed as a ‘God and Country’ rally.
  • Newt Gingrich:$2.50 a gallon gas would fit Georgia
    A confident Republican presidential campaigner, Newt Gingrich, told his G.O.P precinct meeting audience and the press meeting in Cumming at South Forsyth High School Saturday morning that it’s a wide open race.
  • Mary Jones, back on the FBCC
    Veteran City Council member Mary Jones took her oath of office Thursday night to return to Council, begin a new term and start the Flowery Branch City Council meeting with a voting quorum.
  • Sterling homeowners show concern over rezoning
    A proposed rezoning amendment that would allow smaller, lower priced homes in Sterling on the Lake Subdivision drew comment and concern during Thursday night’s Flowery Branch City Council meeting.
  • Lifesaver now in Forsyth County
    The Forsyth County Sheriff’s Department Wednesday launched a high tech system to help locate at risk people known to wander from home and become missing.
  • Rally for Cody Stephens fills the church
    A rally for a top Gainesville high school Afro-American student filled the Antioch Baptist Church in south Gainesville Sunday afternoon.
  • Plastic or aluminized metal for Hall County?
    Hall County's public works director wants a change in county-owned culverts and storm sewers that he says will save thousands of dollars.
  • Doors close on foreclosed Little Learners Day Care
    A day after a Gainesville day care center on Dawsonville Highway went into foreclosure parents remain angry about the lack of communication from the owner.
  • Little Learners foreclosure upsets parents, staff
    There were no children Tuesday at Little Learners Academy, a private school for infant through pre-K children on Dawsonville Highway in Gainesville, according to staff members who went there early in the morning to open the school and found no students.
  • Dockside appeal brings call for ordinance revamp
    Hall Commissioners heard an appeal Monday from Aqualand Marina 'Dockside Grill' owners Chris and Janet Bennett during their work session that led to a call for a complete revamp of the county’s alcohol ordinance.
  • Winder's new mayor: Decisions needed about what replaces the Granite Hotel
    Winder Mayor David Maynard says the city has made no final decisions on what should replace the historic Granite Hotel once it is gone, but whatever it is, he hopes it will attract people downtown.
  • Gainesville dentists 'Give Kids a Smile'
    An estimated 250 children from underserved families received free dental work Friday thanks to the American Dental Association's 10th Annual ‘Give Kids a Smile' Program.
  • 'Burdens into Blessings' for burned E. Hall Church
    A historic East Hall County church hopes to make new history in its new building, but first the fire-ravaged old building had to come down.
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