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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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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 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.
Hall County commissioners decided Thursday night to use the space that would have been a library at the Nopone Road Community Center for a Technology Center. Other options were to leave the space blank or build a performing arts center requiring another year of construction and another $3.5-million.
Hall County Commission Chairman Tom Oliver picked up public support and enough support from fellow commissioners to retain his legislative powers Thursday night.
On a bridge spanning Interstate 985 near the Elachee Nature Preserve, local and area law officers gathered with the Governor's Office of Highway Safety Thursday to begin a 90-day high visibility Thunder task force to combat traffic deaths and injuries.
Sixty-three local and area business exhibitors showed up Wednesday for the Buy Local Business Expo, at the Georgia Mountains Center, hosted by the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce.
Hall County Commissioners are considering what to do with the library space at the Nopone Road Community Center since they've decided a library won't go there; that library is re-committed to the city of Clermont.
Hall County Commission Chairman Tom Oliver 'would have none' of an effort to strip him of his legislative powers during Monday night's commission work session.
Northeast Georgia agriculture producers and marketers Monday in Gainesville at the Georgia Mountains Center came looking for good news at the 2011 Georgia Ag Forecast hosted by the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.
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.
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