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Experts predicted one of the biggest shopping days of the year Monday but predawn early bird shoppers were not waiting at the door in Gainesville.
The night before Christmas at First Baptist Church on Green Street in Gainesville brought a capacity crowd that filled the sanctuary.
The final sunset, the final twilight, is approaching for an icon in downtown Winder. With demolition scheduled early next year for the Granite Hotel, there are memories of how the old building, now lifeless, was once full of warmth and life and shaped the lives of people who stayed there.
Members of a Gainesville church who manned an Angel Food distribution point in the city say it's been tough for needy families who relied on the now-defunct Georgia-based food ministry, but help is on the way.
Gainesville's outgoing mayor attended her last council meeting as mayor Tuesday night, and looked back on the recession and its effect on city finances as her biggest challenge.
Gainesville’s Mayor and Council got a Christmas present from the city’s auditor Thursday morning…a clean audit and a report of a better financial condition headed into 2012.
The Georgia Department of Transportation Tuesday night invited area residents to view plans and comment at Chestatee High School on replacing the existing State Route 53 Bridge over the Chestatee River portion of Lake Lanier at the Forsyth-Hall County Line.
Gainesville School Board members said Monday night they are sold on a new program that would bring automation technology training to Gainesville High School, but need to know about support cost.
Hall County Commissioners, during their final meeting of 2011 Thursday, agreed to amend their redistricting map to preserve a historic b lack voting district.
Gainesville City Council got the city in line with several other Georgia cities and counties Tuesday) night with final passage of an ordinance amendment to permit Sunday alcohol package and bottle sales.
Hall County Commissioners Tuesday agreed to go back to once a year property tax payments next year.
It was a full afternoon of Yule Tide Fun Saturday at the 'Oaks' in the very first event of its kind at the Lanier Charter Career Academy.
The ‘Ghost of Politics Past’ haunted a Christmas season House 25 District runoff candidates forum Saturday morning and Bobby Banks, running against Emory Dunahoo, found its appearance so disagreeable that he left.
Hall County’s library board was one member short of having a quorum Tuesday night but got good news from its auditor anyway.
Gainesville community members Monday night were invited to attend An Evening of Thanks and Remembrance, How a Community Makes a Difference: Operation Shaving Cream, at Riverside Military Academy.
A crowded sanctuary once again enjoyed bringing in the holiday Sunday night at the First United Methodist Church on Thompson Bridge Road with 'Christmas is One Language', Gainesville’s award winning multicultural concert that has been recognized by the National League of Cities.
The big anchor stores were going strong early Friday morning at Gainesville’s Lakeshore Mall. Belk, JC Penney and Sears opened at 3:00 and 4:00 a.m. to greet Black Friday customers with big bargains; and a couple of stores, Express and Finish Line, opened at midnight.
There are early bird Christmas shoppers, and then there’s a Gainesville man and his family who are camped out to be first in line at a Dawsonville Highway retailer.
Several more Georgia cities and towns where voters approved retail sales of alcoholic beverages Nov. 8 will start permitting the package sales Sunday; among them FLowery Branch
South Hall homeowners and sewer customers interested in Hall County's plans to improve the Spout Springs wastewater treatment plant came to comment Thursday afternoon in Gainesville.
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