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North Georgia College and State University Saturday co-hosted a memorial observance for 29 Corps of Cadet graduates who were killed in action during the Vietnam War.
Production company workers Friday morning began converting a Gainesville motel into a scene for the upcoming motion picture "Hall Pass."
The Mayor Pro Tem of Flowery Branch said goodbye to City Council Thursday night, saying unless there is a special called session, it would be his last meeting.
The jury sat through an afternoon of viewing blood stains and bullets Wednesday as Hall County Assistant District Attorney Lindsay Burton displayed the evidence in bright color photos on Superior Court Judge Kathlene Gosselin’s courtroom monitor.
Farmers and agribusiness leaders gathered Wednesday morning at the East Hall Community Center once again to celebrate and recognize achievement in Hall County, which remains among the top ten agriculture counties in Georgia.
A gymnasium full of supporters for keeping Jones Elementary School open showed up Tuesday night to tell the Hall County School Board why they want the school to stay open.
There’s a new memorial in Lula, a stone to remember a World War ll hero who did not come home.
Hall County School Board members Monday night heard recommendations for school administrative appointments aimed at saving system dollars.
Hall County School Board members Monday night heard the results of a sales tax study assembled and presented by Assistant Hall County Administrator Phil Sutton and Gainesville realtor Frank Norton, Jr. and they did not like what they heard.
A Gainesville man is scheduled to go on trial in Hall Superior Court for murder this afternoon in the shooting death of another Gainesville man in the front yard of his home two years ago.
The first of four days of Hall County budget hearings for FY 2011 began Monday morning.
Northeast Georgia History Center visitors caught a glimpse of the American Civil War and the Union and Confederate soldiers who fought it during Family Sunday.
Gainesville/Hall County census coordinators and volunteers began their own version of the ‘March to the Mailbox’ this Saturday morning at the Community Service Center off Jesse Jewell Parkway and at three other locations.
Gainesville State College Student Government Association president Andrew Wilkinson told GSC president Dr. Martha Nesbitt Friday the SGA intends to defend the campus pool, and keep it from closing this summer by raising the money to keep it open.
An estimated five thousand people are expected this weekend at the 2010 Spring Garden Expo hosted by Hall County Master Gardeners which began Friday morning at the Chicopee Ag Center.
Hall County commissioners learned from County Administrator Charlie Nix Thursday during a 2011 budget preview, the budget should not get any bigger.
First reading action by Gainesville City Council Tuesday night was hailed as the beginning of a new beginning for financially beleaguered Mundy Mill Development.
A roofer’s flame torch ignited the fire that destroyed an aging two-story brick house in the 800 block of Athens Street in Gainesville Tuesday afternoon according to Fire Chief Jon Canada.
Hall County Planning Commissioners decided Monday night that the neighbors and their argument that massage therapy applicant Connie Tiffany could not open a business in her Holiday Point home just did not hold water.
A new name for Seasons On Lake Lanier is in place as work is underway to revive the west Gainesville active adult community; it’s now Cresswind at Lake Lanier.
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