Recent Articles by Jerry Gunn
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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.
Army reservists with the 802nd Ordinance Company, based in Gainesville, got their official welcome home Saturday in a ceremony at Lakewood Baptist Church and a thanks from Georgia Governor Nathan Deal.
Flowery Branch City Manager Bill Andrew has called on City Council to help decide what to do about what he calls a substantial increase in city employee health insurance.
Who would care or want a three-legged dog; a lot of people, it turns out, at the Hall County Animal Shelter, where a three-legged pooch named Macy will soon be leaving for her forever home.
Flowery Branch garbage pick-up customers will see no change in their service
Hall County Library System board members Wednesday approved their 2012 funding request with a minor funding change.
Gainesville City Council confirmed its agreement on the city's new Jesse Jewell Parkway pedestrian bridge Tuesday night.
Hall County School Board members Monday night gave the green light for Riverbend Elementary School to become an Advanced Scholars Academy starting next fall.
The Boys and Girls Clubs of Hall County have a new Youth of the Year, announced during a Friday board retreat luncheon at the Frances Meadows Center.
There will be ball fields at Cool Springs Park. Hall County Commissioners voted 3-2 Thursday night to choose option three based on a proposal from Commissioner Billy Powell.
Hall County Commissioner Billy Powell decided this morning to see what some future voters wanted to do about Cool Springs Park in West Hall County
Gainesville Middle School students Wednesday morning got a history lesson that went beyond their text books. Veterans from World War II through Afghanistan came to give them living history.
An overflow crowd packed Meeting Room A at the Georgia Mountains Center Tuesday night for a state legislative hearing on immigration, a crowd so large that mountains center employees had to remove a partition to allow more seating.
Ninth District Congressman Tom Graves Tuesday hosted an open house at his new Gainesville office on the third floor of the office building at 311 Green Street. Constituents were waiting at the door when he arrived.
Flowery Branch City Council Thursday night took a step toward dealing with a troublesome road, Bragg Road, the source of several homeowner complaints.
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.
The Gainesville City Council has signed off on another phase of the Flat Creek Restoration plan.
The Gainesville Rotary Club celebrated a new Man and Woman of the Year Monday night during festivities at the Chattahoochee Country Club.
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