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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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
It’s not every day that a log cabin comes up the street in Dahlonega, especially a vintage pioneer cabin that dates back one hundred and 80 years, but one did Tuesday morning and it arrived at North Georgia College and State University.
Residential safety concerns outweighed Hall County's comprehensive land use Thursday night with a county commission vote favoring Lake Ranch Drive home owners.
The City of Oakwood could not persuade Hall Commissioners to allow road access annexation through unincorporated neighborhoods to Lake Lanier at Thursday night's regular session.
Hall County School Board members learned Monday night that their system is well on the way to becoming the first in Georgia to have a bus fleet powered by LP gas.
Hall County Commission Chairman Tom Oliver said Monday morning to count on his opposition to Oakwood's proposed road connector annexation to Lake Lanier at Thursday's voting session.
Gainesville realtor Frank Norton issued his Top Ten Trends in his annual Native Intelligence report to a capacity Georgia Mountains Center Arena audience Thursday night.
Gainesville and Hall County based businesses filled all three meeting rooms at the Georgia Mountains Center Thursday afternoon at the Third Annual Buy Local Business Expo hosted by the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce.
Gainesville’s Redevelopment Authority held their first meeting of the New Year Wednesday morning at the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce office with high hopes as they elected a new chairman and vice chairman.
Gainesville School Superintendent Dr. Merrianne Dyer acknowledged Tuesday night that preparation for the new Gainesville High field house at City Park is a challenge, but the trees will come back, as well as the grass.
Gainesville school children, alumni and school system and government officials, some of whom are former teachers and alumni of Fair Street School, gathered Monday morning to break ground for the new $19-million facility to replace the aging 75 year old building.
At last year's first county commission meeting Chairman Tom Oliver was prepared to ward off an attempt by new commissioners to strip him of his right to vote, make and second motions and vote. Oliver said attitudes were different this first meeting of 2012.
Brenau University president Dr. Ed Schrader told members of the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce Healthcare committee Wednesday morning that expanding the Gainesville school's growing health care education program into the Georgia Mountains Center would be a major economic development for downtown.
The Hall County Commission Board's new clerk is no stranger to Hall County. Melissa McCain is set to begin work on January 18th, according to a commission announcement during the Board's first work session of the New Year on Monday.
Veteran Gainesville City Councilman George Wangemann is moving into his post as the city's second in command with an optimistic eye toward economic growth, but expects retail expansion is coming before industrial growth.
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