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Jerry Gunn

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Recent Articles by Jerry Gunn

  • Commission expands lake vacation rentals
    Hall County Commissioners with one dissenting vote Thursday morning approved an amendment to the county code that would allow single family residential home owners near Lake Lanier to rent their homes to vacationers for less than 30 days or less with some limitations.
  • Senior Olympics start at Lanier Village
    Three days of fun competition for resident seniors began Wednesday morning at Lanier Village Estates on Thompson Bridge Road with the 2010 Summer Olympics.
  • A call for more racial sensitivity
    Dahlonega and Lumpkin County school, civic and government leaders emerged Tuesday afternoon after an hour and a half meeting with Atlanta civil rights activist Markel Hutchins with intentions to defuse the tension that came from an unexpected display of KKK costumes last week at Lumpkin County High School.
  • Medical Center hopes for court go-ahead soon
    The Planning Director for Northeast Georgia Health System told South Hall Business Coalition members Tuesday morning he hopes a state Supreme Court ruling will give the go-ahead for its South Hall hospital.
  • 'Moral Nation' meets in Gainesville
    A new Gainesville based group fostering spiritual patriotism held its first public gathering at Longwood Park in Gainesville Saturday.
  • Andrew Scott Haley found guilty on two counts
    A Hall County jury Friday returned a guilty verdict in the Internet hoax case of a 27-year-old Gainesville man, Andrew Scott Haley.
  • Flowery Branch budget draws questions
    A budget hearing on Flowery Branch’s FY 2011 budget drew questions from former City Councilman Allen Bryans, who said a proposed water rate increase would be hard on older city residents on fixed incomes
  • Motion for acquittal denied for Haley
    Internet hoax defendant Andrew Scott Haley’s case will go to the jury in Hall Superior Court; Chief Judge Andrew Fuller Thursday afternoon denied a motion for a directed verdict of acquittal from the bench on charges Haley tampered with evidence and gave false statements.
  • Miller takes oath
    Car dealer turned politician Butch Miller was sworn Thursday at the Hall County Courthouse, having won the special May 11th election with just over 10,000 votes.
  • Internet hoax defendant, 'playing a game'
    First day’s testimony in Hall Superior Court in the trial of a Gainesville man accused of an Internet hoax revealed he was ‘playing a game’.
  • Corps of Engineers general would 'follow orders'
    The Army Corps of Engineers general who controls Lake Lanier told the Lake Lanier Association Tuesday night in Dawsonville he will follow orders, specifically a federal judge’s order to cut the lake off as a water supply source in 2012.
  • Hooper recognized for Police Chief service
    Retired Gainesville Police Chief Frank Hooper received his watch and thanks from City Council Tuesday during their morning meeting.
  • HCC revokes sex offender's business license
    Hall County Commissioners revoked painter and pressure washer Larry Dalton's business license Thursday night because no one is supposed to be soliciting for business door-to-door right now because of a moratorium, but especially Dalton because he's a convicted child sex offender.
  • Tadmore students learn from Ag Fun Day
    Around 200 students at East Hall County's Tadmore Elementary School got time out from class to learn about agriculture Thursday during the Fourth Annual Hall County Ag Fun Day.
  • Library Board turns Clermont down
    Clermont officials hoping to get the Hall Library Board to add two members from Clermont came away disappointed Tuesday after the Board turned them down and offered to lease their library building.
  • Lee Hawkins: 'We're going to win this thing'
    Gainesville's 9th District Congressional candidate told a room full of supporters Tuesday night he's ready for the campaign trail leading to the June 8th primary.
  • Public Safety Director talks about auto deaths
    Georgia's Director of Public Safety told Gainesville Kiwanis Club members Tuesday that vehicle accident injuries are decreasing due to a combined effort of law enforcement and public safety.
  • Fewer retirees at Hall Schools' Night of Honor
    Hall County School System retirees and teachers of the year gathered once again Monday night at Chestatee High School for a Night of Honors.
  • Hall BOE votes to close Jones Elementary
    The Hall County School Board voted unanimously Monday evening to close Jones Elementary School.
  • 5K honors Maj. Jenrette
    A 5K race to benefit National Guard soldier families wound through Lula Saturday afternoon with an estimated 700 participants.
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