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Thirty-six jobs were cut Monday night during a Hall County School Board meeting at Chestatee High School.
Hall County Commissioners will not be suspending impact fees but will be changing the ordinance in a revision discussed during Monday's work session.
South Hall County Commissioner Craig Lutz said Monday afternoon in a way he’s encouraged that citizens are interested enough in county government to seek his recall, but he challenges accusations he did anything illegal when he began his term of office in January.
It was a positively 'ducky' afternoon at Clarks Bridge Park on Lake Lanier for the 13th annual Duck Derby to benefit the Boys and Girls Clubs.
The Flowery Branch City Council indicated Thursday night it is ready to put a Sunday alcohol sales on the general election ballot in November but would like public input on the question.
Community and civic leaders gathered at midday on the square Thursday in downtown Gainesville for a "Prayer on the Square" in a public observance of the National Day of Prayer.
State Senate Healthcare Committee chairman, Senator Renee Unterman from Gwinnett County, told Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce members Wednesday that Tea Party conservatives opposed health exchange legislation during this year’s General Assembly because they feared it supported Obama health care.
Gainesville City Councilman Bob Hamrick said Tuesday night the city could take a cue from the City of Sandy Springs on getting street re-surfacing done.
Hall County Planning Commissioners said yes to applications that helped area businesses during their meeting Monday night at the Georgia Mountains Center in Gainesville.
The estimated 500 to 1000 people who came to this year's downtown Chicken Festival Cook-off likely did not violate Gainesville's law barring the consumption of fried chicken with a fork.
It was a good morning for the 2011 March for Babies hosted by the March of Dimes in Gainesville at Longstreet Clinic.
Gainesville's first ever Chicken City Parade stepped off under bright sunny skies Saturday morning with 30 entries featuring beauty queens, politicians wearing chicken hats, and of course, chickens....lots of rubber chickens.
A close look at postponing impact fees is going on the Hall County Commission's regular meeting agenda Thursday after commissioners showed support Tuesday during their work session.
A former Dawson County Superior Court clerk entered a not guilty plea Tuesday morning in Gainesville federal court on charges of tax evasion and bankruptcy fraud.
Gainesville School board members Monday night picked the architect that designed the new middle school as the architect for the new Fair Street School.
Deputy Director of the state Democratic Party said in Hall County Saturday that the key to success in 2012 is convincing people that the Democrats are on the right side of the issues.
Gov. Nathan Deal has signed legislation that would create a panel to study Georgia's criminal justice system with an eye toward overhauling the state's tough sentencing laws.
Flowery Branch City Council got some disappointing news from City Manager Bill Andrew during their Thursday night regular session.
It looks like Flowery Branch is going to have its first digital electronic billboard sign.
The Easter Bunny, the Easter Chicken, and young visitors from Challenged Child and Friends in Gainesville all joined in for the Second Annual Lanier Village Estates Easter Egg Hunt Wednesday afternoon.
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