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Jerry Gunn

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Recent Articles by Jerry Gunn

  • 5K honors Maj. Jenrette
    A 5K race to benefit National Guard soldier families wound through Lula Saturday afternoon with an estimated 700 participants.
  • Ribbon cut on new BabyLand Hospital
    Cabbage Patch Kids collectors from around the nation Saturday came to an event that was near and dear to their hearts: the official grand opening of the new BabyLand General Hospital in Cleveland.
  • Law Day observed in Gainesville
    Northeast Georgia Judicial Circuit attorneys and judges gathered Friday at noon to celebrate Law Day 2010 at the Gainesville Civic Center. The theme this year was 'Law in the 21st Century, Enduring Traditions, and Emerging Challenges.
  • Special Olympians take the field at East Hall Park
    The Area 2 Special Olympics got underway Friday at East Hall Community Center after a weather delay that moved it from Tuesday.
  • Coming soon, theatre in downtown Flowery Branch?
    Flowery Branch City Council Thursday night heard a pitch to bring little theatre to historic downtown Main Street.
  • Mayor breaks tie to fix narrow road in Flowery Branch
    Flowery Branch Mayor Diane Hirling rarely gets to break a tie vote, but she did Thursday night after Council tied over whether to move ahead with a low cost option to fix Jones Road and relieve traffic pressure for Tidewater Cove subdivision residents.
  • A 'Prayer on the Square' in Gainesville
    Gainesville's Christian businessmen. the Fishermen, continued their observance of the National Day of Prayer Thursday with a public prayer on the square downtown.
  • National faith publisher 'upset'
    The National Day of Prayer Breakfast audience in Gainesville Thursday morning heard their featured speaker say he was upset with the recent decision of a federal judge.
  • GMA visits Gainesville, reports on legislation
    The impact on just passed state legislation by the 2010 Georgia General Assembly was the prime topic of comment and questions at Wednesday’s Georgia Municipal Association Listening Session hosted by the Gainesville City Council.
  • Gainesville Council ready to meet Hall about water
    Gainesville's Mayor said Tuesday night City Council wants to meet soon with the Hall County Commission soon and the topic will be water sources.
  • Hall Planners recommend more short term rental
    If you have a dwelling in the Vacation Cottage zoning district on Lake Lanier you may now rent it out to vacationers for less than 30 days, and based on a recommendation from the Hall County Planning Commission Monday night that could be extended to include homes in single-family subdivisions.
  • Cornelia Cinco De Mayo celebration
    An estimated 200-300 people gathered to take in the sights and soak up the culture at the Appletown Flea Market Cinco De Mayo celebration Sunday in Cornelia... albeit three days early.
  • 2010 March for Babies steps off in Gainesville
    Continuing a 20-plus year tradition, March of Dimes Hall County and about 600 people gathered at the Longstreet Clinic Saturday morning for the 2010 March of Dimes, March for Babies.
  • Oakwood celebrates City Government Day
    The City of Oakwood closed an entire street Friday and filled it with fire trucks, police cars and exhibits to show how agencies serve the public during 'City Government Day'.
  • Solar cars race at Lanier National Speedway
    It was not your usual race car event Friday at Lanier National Speedway in South Hall County.
  • Tea Party holds senate candidates forum
    Two of three candidates running in the May 11th election to fill the state senate seat vacated by Congressional candidate Lee Hawkins showed up Thursday night at a political forum hosted by the 'Four Corners Tea Party.
  • Gainesville tax hike still likely
    Gainesville City Council wrapped up its budget reviews Thursday for the FY 2011 budget; a property tax increase still appears likely.
  • Clermont wants representation on the Library Board
    The City of Clermont wants representation on the Hall County System Board of Directors. Mayor James Nix made the request at Tuesday night's board meeting in Gainesville.
  • Braselton mom wants better school menus
    A Braselton mother of two young Hall County students told school board members Monday night something needs to change and change soon when it comes to school eating habits. Cindy Rose presented a slide program which questioned food choices in Hall school cafeterias.
  • No decision on Jones; not a 'done deal'
    Hall County's School Superintendent responded Monday night to accusations that closing Jones Elementary School was a 'done deal' regardless of what Jones supporters said at public hearings.
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