Recent Articles by Jerry Gunn
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Another step toward getting a regional transportation sales tax proposal to the voters next year was taken Tuesday during a lengthy meeting at the Georgia Regional Commission office in Gainesville.
The Gainesville School Board wants further study and discussion on a tutoring policy for teachers.
Gainesville School Board members Monday night accepted a recommendation to approve the facilities transfer and maintenance agreement that gives the school system ownership of Bobby Gruhn Field.
Nearly 3,000 students started the new school year in Jefferson Monday morning, making Jefferson the earliest system to open in the immediate Gainesville area.
Gainesville's City manager has asked council members to support funding for two items because of Hall County's budget limitations.
Hall County now has an assistant administrator, named Thursday evening during the County Commission’s regular session.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners voted Thursday to lease undeveloped park property to the Town of Clermont after assurance from County Attorney Bill Blalock that the property is properly insured.
The home of the Red Elephants, Bobby Gruhn Field, would go on the Gainesville School Board's property list under a transfer agreement considered Thursday by the Gainesville City Council.
Gainesville City Council members heard Thursday at their second redistricting session that they have a ‘defensible’ redistricting plan when it comes to protecting the minority vote especially in Council Ward 3, which is also Board of Education District 3.
Hall County’s new administrator said Wednesday morning to expect announcements soon on key staff positions as he talked to Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce members.
Gainesville School Board members concerned with redistricting met with their attorney Tuesday and discussed taking a different path to redrawing district lines.
The City and the people of Clermont have not given up on having a library. In fact they have started one of their very own according to Mayor James Nix.
Hall County’s public works director Monday got the go-ahead from county commissioners during their work session to look into extracting methane gas from two county landfills as an energy source for nearby industries.
A "Look Before You Lock" Hot Car Demonstration and free car safety seat check were featured in the Gainesville Communiversity parking lot Saturday on E.E. Butler Parkway.
One-hundred-fifty years ago Thursday America witnessed the first major battle of its long and bloody civil war and a group of Hall County re-enactors has left to help recreate the Battle of Bull Run.
Gainesville's City Council at a called Wednesday morning meeting began considering new boundary lines for all five wards based on a new redistricting plan.
Gainesville skateboarders at this evening’s city council meeting got another reminder that their sport, at least for now, violates the law downtown, especially in the Mountains Center Parking Deck.
Tuesday with its hot temperatures and bright sun was a good day to cool off in the Splash Zone at the Frances Meadows Aquatic Center in Gainesville but there was also a chance to watch Summer Day Campers do the ‘Flash Mob’.
The Gainesville School Board Monday night got the news it wanted from the state's audit supervisor...the $6.5-million deficit is gone. Audit Supervisor Tommy Harp had a positive end to his FY 2010 audit report and board members were grateful.
It was farewell Sunday to the Fair Street Elementary School that Gainesville students and teachers have known for 74 years. Those former students and teachers celebrated with grilled hot dogs and hamburgers, handshakes, hugs, prayers, and a lot of memories.
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