Recent Articles by Jerry Gunn
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There was a call Tuesday for more Spanish-speaking drivers on the Red Rabbit bus line in Gainesville and the surrounding area.
The Hall County School Board Monday night was advised to wait for a state decision on student testing before they set the school calendar for 2010-2011.
Gainesville Rotarians heard at their noon Monday meeting that their local school systems would be much better off with less state and federal education bureaucracy.
Rain and cloudy skies did not stop the Halloween on the Square fun in Clarkesville Saturday evening from 5 until 7:00 p.m.; little ghosts and goblins and their parents just broke out umbrellas.
Friends and family gathered Friday at Gainesville State College to celebrate the life and legacy of James Mathis Senior, the man GSC president Dr. Martha Nesbitt called the father of Gainesville State College.
Seven candidates vying for two newly created Banks County Commission posts fielded questions in a political forum in Homer hosted by the Banks County Chamber of Commerce Thursday night.
Thursday morning it was time to celebrate the poultry industry's contribition to Gainesville, but the chairman of the National Chicken Council told his audience there are challenges.
Lake Lanier land owners Wednesday morning waited to see if their names would be drawn in a lottery for the few remaining boat dock permits allotted by the Corps of Engineers.
Former state Environmental Protection Division Director Harold Reheis told 1071 Coalition members Tuesday night at their annual meeting Georgia must have a contingency plan ready in case Lake Lanier is lost as a drinking water resource.
The South Hall Business Coalition said goodbye Tuesday morning to Russell McMurry, the head of the state Department of Transportation office in Gainesville, who is now in charge of highway design statewide.
Oakwood officials said they did not get the answers they wanted concerning SPLOST (5) road improvement funding during the Joint Local Government Association meeting they hosted at Oakwood City Hall.
The senior economist for Wells Fargo Securities told Gainesville business people Thursday the recession is over, but the recovery from it hasn't really started yet.
Hall County Commissioners want to know if they're getting the right amount of sales tax revenue back from the State of Georgia; and Thursday night they agreed to launch a study.
Hall County Schools got an 'A' from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Wednesday for quality education, quality teaching, and making system wide Annual Yearly Progress.
A downtown Flowery Branch business owner said Wednesday the city's new waste discharge fee, the so-called "FOG" fee, which is impacting her is still...well...pretty "foggy."
Members of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Hall County and Atlanta Falcons Pro Bowl tight end Tony Gonzalez had a message for their audience Tuesday night at the 7th Annual Future Four Gala in Gainesville.
Gainesville State College students learned poverty and unemployment are factors in domestic violence during an on campus seminar Tuesday morning to observe October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
The Hall County School Board approved tighter guidelines for field trips Monday night; some parents wanted to know why.
Hall County Republicans held a "July 4th in October" celebration Saturday in Gainesville at the Elks Lodge on Riverside Drive.
Rain and cloudy weather did not stop serious gem and gold seekers at this year’s Gold Rush Festival in Dahlonega Saturday.
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