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Jerry Gunn

Jerry  Gunn





Recent Articles by Jerry Gunn

  • Standing room only for GSC artwork panel
    A standing room only crowd filled Gainesville State College's Continuing Education Auditorium Wednesday to hear a discussion and debate about the removal of a controversial painting from the school's art gallery late last month.
  • GCC OKs Flat Creek restoration work
    The Gainesville City Council has signed off on another phase of the Flat Creek Restoration plan.
  • Rotary names Man and Woman of the Year
    The Gainesville Rotary Club celebrated a new Man and Woman of the Year Monday night during festivities at the Chattahoochee Country Club.
  • Hall School Board looks beyond traditional school
    Hall County School Superintendent Will Schofield Monday night told board members itís time to quit thinking in terms of the traditional high school diploma for some students.
  • Overflow crowd at Hall GOP Precinct meet
    The Hall County Republican Party packed a large crowd into the main meeting room at the Spout Springs Library in Flowery Branch Saturday morning for a mass precinct meeting to choose delegates for next month's county convention.
  • Netherlands drug smuggler sentenced in Gainesvile
    An international drug smuggler, extradited from the Netherlands to Gainesville Federal Court, drew his sentence Friday but that sentence must be considered when he is returned to his home country for sentencing.
  • Gainesville Dental Group offers free care
    The doors opened at eight a.m. Friday morning to around 60 to 70 people, at least one of them who arrived at midnight, for free dental care at Gainesville Dental Group on Thompson Bridge Road.
  • Glades consulting group cuts fees
    Hall County Commissioners Thursday night voted unanimously to direct the County Attorney to negotiate a $5,000 monthly fee reduction in the contract of Atlanta attorney Tommy Craig, whose consulting group is working on getting the Glades Farm Reservoir project permitted.
  • Council not ready to approve 'island' sewer
    Gainesville City Council was not ready at Thursday's work session to give its blessing to a public utilities plan to offer sewer service to county islands within the city to pick up more customers and get rid of septic tanks with unhealthy drainage.
  • City planners say 'no' to request from Hall schools
    Gainesville's Planning and Appeals Board Tuesday night turned down a request from the Hall County School System to erect a state-of-the-art, full-color digital message board sign in front of the Lanier Charter Career Academy on Atlanta Highway.
  • Five arrested in drug raid
    Agents with the Hall County Multi Agency Narcotics Squad searched for illegal drugs and arrested five people Tuesday afternoon during a raid at Brandon Place Apartments off Thompson Bridge Road in Gainesville.
  • Gainesville BOE wants more teacher hiring input
    The Gainesville School Board discussed getting more parents involved, how to expand the school system and provide the best teachers during their downtown luncheon retreat Tuesday.
  • Hall Commission agrees on Cedar Creek mediation
    Hall County Commissioners agreed to move ahead with mediation on who controls the Cedar Creek Reservoir but with some changes at Monday's work session in Gainesville.
  • Judge who pushed for preservation honored by GCC
    Judge William L. Norton, James Brooks and Lynda Hawkins were three of the original members of the Gainesville Historic Preservation Commission, enacted by city ordinance in 2001 with five member appointments the following year.
  • FBCC takes in street lights
    Flowery Branch City Council Thursday night agreed to help out a city subdivision with their street lighting cost and that help could lead to a new street light ordinance.
  • GHCC's Hallmark, over the top on funding
    The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce announced Wednesday at a Gainesville Civic Center investors celebration breakfast that its number one funding tool to support economic development, HALL Mark, went over its initial $2.1-million goal.
  • Mayor calls for non-binding mediation on Cedar Creek
    Gainesville City Council took a step toward resolving the thorny issue of who controls the Cedar Creek Reservoir by approving a request from Mayor Ruth Bruner Tuesday night during their regular session.
  • Groundbreaking ceremony for NGMC garden
    A rainy cold Monday did not stop the ground breaking ceremony for Northeast Georgia Medical Center's North Entrance garden which is being constructed in memory of the parents of Phillip and Mary Hart Wilheit of Gainesville.
  • Gainesville City Council 'Cautiously Optimistic'
    Gainesville City Manager Kip Padgett said Monday morning City Council is approaching the New Year cautiously optimistic about finances and revenues in the face of a continuing recession and its impact during Council's annual retreat at the Fair Street Neighborhood Center.
  • Gainesville B.O.E. decides on snow make-up days
    Gainesville School Board members Friday decided how the system would make up the missed days from the snow and ice storm of January 10th during a called session at the central office.
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