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Jerry Gunn

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Recent Articles by Jerry Gunn

  • Hall Commissioners hear fee relief ideas
    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.
  • Former Dawson court clerk pleads not guilty
    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.
  • G'ville BOE picks Fair Street architect
    Gainesville School board members Monday night picked the architect that designed the new middle school as the architect for the new Fair Street School.
  • Hall Democrats hear from state party leader
    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.
  • Deal signs bill in Gainesville for sentencing reform
    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.
  • Disappointing news about Flowery Branch tax values
    Flowery Branch City Council got some disappointing news from City Manager Bill Andrew during their Thursday night regular session.
  • Digital billboard on the way in Flowery Branch
    It looks like Flowery Branch is going to have its first digital electronic billboard sign.
  • Easter Bunny returns to Lanier Village Estates
    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.
  • GCC buys land for water expansion
    Gainesville City Council Tuesday night emerged from an hour long closed door session on land acquisition with a resolution that cleared the way for expansion of the Gainesville water system.
  • Hall Planners say yes to dance hall and day care
    Hall County Planning Commissioners approved a dance hall featuring live jazz and a church day care center during their brief meeting late Monday in Gainesville at the Georgia Mountains Center. Planning staff recommended approval for both applicants.
  • Confederate Memorial Day observed in Gainesville
    Confederate Memorial Day once again brought members of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, authentic living historians and spectators to Redwine United Methodist Church in Gainesville Sunday.
  • Tax Day Rally brings tax cut supporters together
    The Dawson County Tea party’s North Georgia Tax Day Rally got underway in Dawsonville Saturday at the Lakeview Center Complex on Dawson Forest Road with a list of speakers who also want to cut taxes and spending in Washington.
  • Gingrich calls for GOP sweep in 2012
    Former Republican House Speaker Newt Gingrich Saturday at the 9th District GOP Convention in Cumming repeatedly blasted the Obama Administration as socialist and failure on every front.
  • Mort Kunstler paints Civil War 'slice of life'
    American Civil War artist Mort Kunstler is no stranger to Georgia. His prolific work is a permanent fixture at the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, just up I-75 from Metro Atlanta, but a new exhibit has brought in more of his work.
  • Hall Commission hears call for impact fee moratorium
    President of the Hall County Home Builders Association Carl Williams called on county commissioners Thursday to impose a moratorium on impact fees.
  • Chamber seminar looks at health care bill
    The impact of federal health care legislation was the topic of Tuesday morning’s Small Business Success Seminar at the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce.
  • Gibbs wants entire board involved in interviews of co. attorney finalists
    Hall County Commissioner Scott Gibbs said Monday he wants all five commissioners to interview the finalists for the new county attorney's post not just a panel of the board.
  • '36 tornado survivors gather at History Center
    It was a special occasion at the Northeast Georgia History Center Wednesday to climax remembering the tornado that struck Gainesville 75 years ago.
  • 'A City Laid Waste' memorialized
    From this day forward a memorial plaque on the square in downtown Gainesville will memorialize the hour, the day and the year the Northeast Georgia city was laid waste by a tornado 75 years ago.
  • Life savers get city recognition and thanks
    The Gainesville police officers and fire fighters who helped save the young woman who jumped from the Dawsonville Highway Bridge into Lake Lanier February 10th received Meritorious Service Awards at Tuesday night's City Council meeting.
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