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Hall County Democrats met Saturday in Gainesville to prepare for their upcoming state committee meeting next week in Warner Robbins to elect a new state chairman.
A Hall County soldier whose homecoming from Afghanistan was spoiled when fire burned his home watched final touches on his new Habitat for Humanity house take shape this Saturday morning on Coker Road in East Hall County.
President of Gainesville's Norton insurance and real estate agency Frank Norton warned his 2011 Native Intelligence audience Thursday night to forget about economic recovery; he said think about evolution.
Gainesville industry leaders whose companies received Industry of the year awards Wednesday at the Second Annual Industry Appreciation Luncheon spoke of recovery after two tough recession years.
Gainesville City Manager Kip Padgett said Tuedsay night it might be another week or more before the city tallies up the cost of last week's snow and ice storm.
An estimated 300 marchers began Gainesville's 41st observation of Martin Luther King Day Monday afternoon with a march from downtown Gainesville to Fair Street School.
Gov. Nathan Deal says he wants the state better prepared if there is another winter storm like the one that hit Georgia last week and will hold a meeting this week to discuss just that.
Living historians with Confederate ancestors began their observance of the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War Sunday with a memorial service at the grave site of Southern General James Longstreet, who spent his post war years in Gainesville and died and was buried in Gainesville 104 years ago
Georgia's new governor was blessed Sunday morning at his home church, First Baptist Church on Green Street in Gainesville.
North Georgia cities and counties are beginning to try to get a handle on how much this week's snowstorm has cost them.
Gainesville City Manager Kip Padgett said Tuesday that the snow storm that hit Gainesville left beauty behind but it came with hazards.
Northeast Georgians woke up Tuesday morning to repeated warnings on radio and television to stay off the roads. The reason was simple. While there was no ice accumulation overnight, what was already there had frozen over.
It has been a treacherous travel day for motorists who ventured out into Northeast Georgia's six to eight inch snow fall today, but it has also been a fun day for school children who are getting days off because of the weather.
Traveling by motor vehicle was an adventure Monday morning after an early January winter blast dumped from six to seven in inches of snow on Gainesville/Hall County and an inch or two more than that north of town in the mountains north of town
At Saturday morning’s Republican Forum Hall County Commission Chairman Tom Oliver,during his State of the County address,chose not to dwell on the events of the past week that led to a change in administrative posts .
Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle helped Gov.-elect Nathan Deal kick off his inauguration festivities Saturday with a statewide "Day of Service" as hundreds of volunteers fanned out across Georgia to help their fellow citizens.
The reshuffling continues in the Hall County Commission, as it added another former Gwinnett County official.
The Georgia Mountains Region Transportation Roundtable chose its leadership and set a course toward passing a regional sales tax in 2012 to support transportation Wednesday night in Dahlonega.
An effort to make the recession ravaged Mundy Mill development what it was intended to be met opposition before Gainesville City Council Tuesday night.
Hall County's new District Three commissioner said Tuesday morning he expects the new commission to act swiftly on building the new North Hall library in Clermont instead of on Nopone Road.
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