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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.
Northeast Georgia and Gainesville are primed for a continuing economic recovery in 2012. That was the message from realtor and economic forecaster Frank Norton Thursday at the 'Womensource' brown bag lunch at the Frances Meadows Center.
Gainesville City Council had no problem approving the Atlanta Botanical Garden's amendment requests for its expansion of Smithgall Woodland Garden on Cleveland Highway at Lake Hill Drive.
Gainesville has a new mayor. City Councilman Danny Dunagan took his seat Tuesday night promising progress, change, and questions answered.
The first baby born in Gainesville at Northeast Georgia Medical Center is Elisha Tamas, who arrived at 12:25 a.m. New Year’s Sunday morning 2012.
The sky was clear and the water was chilly, but not freezing, at the 15th annual Lanier Canoe and Kayak Club Polar Bear Swim at the Olympic Venue on Clarks Bridge Road on Lake Lanier.
Gainesville is moving into 2012 with a major part of its greenway project ready for walking, bicycling, or roller blading by April, according to Special Projects Manager Jessica Tullar with Gainesville Community Development.
A Gainesville bank president got a surprise Friday morning as the bank celebrated a successful capital campaign for 2011.
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.
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