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The Executive Director of the Association of County Commissioners of Georgia Thursday in Gainesville there is growing interest in consolidation of city and county services.
Hall County Commissioner Scott Gibbs said Monday he wants to come up with an ordinance to allow the county to collect delinquent mobile home taxes.
A documentary producer with ties to both America and Iran presented "Nobody's Enemy: The Youth Culture of Iran Today", at Gainesville State College on Monday.
The Michael Walker family is back home, almost a year to the day when their home burned down in rural East Hall County on Coker Road while Walker, a member of the Gainesville based National Guard's Charlie Company was enroute to a home coming after serving in Afghanistan.
An educator, a poultry industry leader and a leading Gainesville attorney were the honorees Friday night at the 2011 American Values Dinner, an annual fund raiser to support the Boy Scouts with 225 civic and business leaders attending.
A national television network anchor/reporter who said he believes in delivering good news in a bad news world was Thursday night's featured speaker at the 2011 banquet fund raiser for the Gainesville Care Center.
Governor Nathan Deal said Wednesday part of the HOPE scholarship overhaul relates to North Georgia's broad band initiative, a key topic at the North Georgia College & State University (NGCSU) Economic Development Summit.
Gainesville's Mayor said Tuesday night she and three other council members are facing a deadline dilemma shared right now by many elected officials across the state.
State Department of Transportation Planning Director Todd Long told his Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce audience Tuesday at Gainesville State College that for transportation expansion in the next decade, there is a Plan A, but not really a Plan B.
Gainesville Rotarians prayed for the earthquake stricken Japanese at their noon luncheon meeting, and then got an update on Rotary efforts to help the island nation from Gainesville chapter president Rob Fowler.
Hall County's head of teaching and learning Monday applauded the state Board of Education's decision to allow schools flexibility in teaching math.
Hall County's farm families drew annual recognition Monday at the Gainesville Rotary Club meeting.
Georgia's Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black said in Gainesville Monday that feed prices for Northeast Georgia's number one ag product, poultry, are a challenge right now for producers.
President of the Hall County Taxpayers Association Doug Aiken told county commissioners Thursday night he does not want to be taxed to raise revenue for combating illegal and dangerous methamphetamine (meth) labs.
A motion from Commissioner Craig Lutz to revisit the Cool Springs Recreation Park and make some changes did not sit well with Commission Chairman Tom Oliver Thursday night.
As Gainesville school system staff, teachers, administrators and board members attended Wednesday's Mid-Year Leadership Retreat, troubling news concerning the state employee insurance program was coming out of Atlanta.
People who attended the Gainesville Hall Metropolitan Planning Organization public hearing at the Georgia Mountains Center in Gainesville had questions about projects and funding Tuesday night.
Setting transportation project list priorities to meet deadlines was the focus of Tuesday morning's policy committee meeting of the Gainesville Hall Metropolitan Planning Organization.
Hall County Commissioners Monday looked over the format for new twice a year tax bills and one commissioner wants a change.
University of Vermont students who decided not to travel to Florida are spending their spring break in Gainesville helping children with disabilities at Challenged Child and Friends.
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