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Flowery Branch Mayor Dianne Hirling Wednesday recognized four city officials who are leaving City Hall.
Gainesville area government, business and civic leaders took a look at what is good and what is not so good at an early morning meeting Wednesday tied to achieving the goals of the Vision 2030 improvement plan.
Flowery Branch City Manager Bill Andrew said Wednesday it’s going to cost at least $100,000 to repair the washout that cut apartment residents off from their homes during last week’s flooding.
Hall County Library Board of Trustees members decided Tuesday night that it is 'three strikes and you're out' when it comes to past due books and materials.
Hall County School Board members picked up criticism and praise Monday night for passage the new seven period hybrid high school schedule that replaces block scheduling.
The man Governor Sonny Perdue appointed to head up a tri-state water agreement told Gainesville Rotarians Monday there's another deadline Georgia needs to watch.
A Christmas time of long ago was portrayed Saturday at Fort Yargo State Park in Winder.
A federal court defendant now faces ten years in prison and a $250,000 fine on a guilty plea entered Friday in U.S. District Court in Gainesville.
Here are the names of the suspects rounded up during Operation: Safe Streets Thursday.
It's back to the drawing board on twice a year tax payments for Hall County property holders; Thursday night county commissioners repealed their resolution supporting it.
In the cold pre-dawn Thursday, area drug and vice suspects got a knock on the front door they were not expecting.
A state appointed volunteer panel of arbitrators narrowly voted in favor of Hall County Wednesday afternoon in its annexation dispute with the City of Oakwood.
A controversial 24-hour gas station's amendment request for free standing signs won Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board approval Tuesday night but had to comply with city regulations.
The Northeast Georgia Medical Center's Love Light tree ceremony came back home Monday night to the main hospital campus.
Once again Christmas on Green Street, presented by the Hall County Historical Society, began Gainesville's Yule Tide season Sunday afternoon.
Just in time for Christmas, there's a new Habitat for Humanity house ready for a Gainesville family; the dedication took place Sunday on Westside Drive.
In Habersham County, the City of Clarkesville proved again it knows how to bring in Christmas; it was Clarkesville's turn to hold the annual Habersham County Christmas Parade instead of Cornelia this year.
The weather ‘grinch’ is not going to steal Banks County’s second annual Christmas Festival and parade Saturday.
Hall Countians heard Wednesday from a global church leader who does not want churches to become museums.
Flowery Branch City Council members Wednesday said they did not like a new and unexpected water meter reading fee from the City of Gainesville.
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