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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.
In a first time Veterans Day event at Gainesville State College Friday morning, they began reading the names of America’s service members who did not make it back home from Iraq and Afghanistan.
Hall County Commissioners Thursday night agreed to raise their credit support for Northeast Georgia Medical Center's new South Hall hospital but the move was not without citizen concerns.
Bond hearings for four men accused of threatening to attack federal buildings and officials and spread a deadly toxin were continued Wednesday in Gainesville Federal Court.
Gainesville School Board members Monday night showed off a new architect's drawing of what the new Fair Street School will look like when complete in two years.
Residents of Lanier Village Estates Sunday evening went on their very first Stroll for the Goal, a walk at sunset to raise money to combat cancer.
A rainy Thursday afternoon did not keep the public away from a Hall County show- and-tell on the Spout Springs Road widening project or a separate meeting hosted by state DOT on the widening of Friendship Road.
In a case that attracted international as well as regional media attention, four north Georgia men accused of purchasing explosives, a silencer and a deadly poison in a covert militia plot to attack federal buildings and officials had their first appearance in federal court Wednesday in Gainesville.
State House District 25 candidates, six Republicans and one Democrat, fielded questions Tuesday night on a laundry list of issues, everything from immigration to funding transportation with the regional SPLOST.
The 19th annual Main Street Merchants Trick or Treat on the Square got under way in perfect weather for little ghosts, goblins and other costumed kids Monday afternoon as downtown Gainesville celebrated Halloween.
Hall County Commissioners, bracing for the impact of property tax appeals on revenues, learned this week that while the effect of devalued properties because of the recession is not good, it could be worse.
Hall County Commissioners agreed Thursday night to bring a retired law officer back on a request from Sheriff Steve Cronic.
The Transportation Investment Act with its regional one cent sales tax picked up support Thursday from the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.
Hall County Commissioners learned Monday that property tax payers who appealed their property values could get a new tax bill or a refund depending on how the appeal changed those property values.
The Hall County Republican Party invited all members and all local,state and Congressional candidates to its end of the year gala,billed as the G.O.P. Freedom Rally Saturday in Gainesville at the Frances Meadows Center.
Fifty sixth graders at South Hall Middle School Thursday morning) learned about the Holocaust of World War Two from someone who saw it first hand.
The Gainesville School Board lined up the financing for the new Fair Street School Wednesday night by adopting a supplemental bond resolution and signing a bond purchase agreement.
First Friday continuing on the downtown square with its relaxed alcohol consumption got Gainesville City Council approval Tuesday night but not without a couple of no votes.
For the first time ever, the Georgia Board of Public Safety met in Gainesville Thursday, convening at Gainesville High School, pitching "safety" to the students there..
HealthSmart Expo 201l, hosted by the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce, opened Wednesday morning with 70 exhibits and featured breakfast speaker Dave Hubbard, "America’s Fitness Coach."
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