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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.
You can still plant a garden, do landscaping or cut down a tree at your Gainesville home without paying a fee or submitting a project plan to the city's Planning Department, but for some minor land development, they still want you to call them first.
The Gainesville Kiwanis Club's Hope Foundation Tuesday announced plans to deal with the homeless school student problem in Gainesville and Hall County.
Gainesville Kiwanis Club members Tuesday learned a new group which got its start last year wants to get involved in solving regional water use challenges.
The thirteenth year of Gainesville's multicultural concert, 'Christmas is One Language', once again celebrated the city's diversity Sunday night at First United Methodist Church on Thompson Bridge Road.
You can tell when Christmas begins in Flowery Branch; there is singing at City Hall and the Great Tree lights up on Thanksgiving night.
For the 20th year on Thanksgiving Day in Gainesville, the Good News at Noon shelter made sure disadvantaged people had a good holiday meal.
That early Christmas present in downtown Gainesville arrived around 3 p.m. Tuesday: the long awaited Georgia Mountains Center Parking Deck with over 400 new parking spaces is now open.
Hall County Animal Shelter workers said Tuesday they hope to hear soon from the owner of a small dog that was brought to the shelter after he was struck by a car Saturday night.
The long wait for the opening of the new $6.5 million Georgia Mountains Center parking deck may soon be over, according to one Gainesville city councilman, and some downtown merchants say its high time.
A first time book signing, the first book from Brenau's University Press, and the first global broadcast from Brenau radio highlighted a rainy Sunday afternoon in Gainesville.
Loved ones gathered Friday afternoon at Gainesville State College to remember Francine Dibben, long time Business manager for the Gainesville Theatre Alliance.
If you did not get into the Christmas spirit on the square in downtown Gainesville Thursday night it was your own fault.
America's weak dollar is helping Gainesville economy; not the news you would expect to hear, but it came Thursday during the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors meeting held at Eagle Ranch.
With the start-up of Flowery Branch’s downtown Tax Allocation District redevelopment still months away, City Council approved a half million-dollar project financing option Wednesday morning.
It was a send-off to remember Tuesday in Gainesville for the 802nd Ordinance Company, U.S. Army Reserve, now bound for Texas, and then Afghanistan.
The Field Operations Commander for the Georgia State Patrol said Tuesday there has been an increase in the number of cases of drinking and driving in the state since the recession set in.
Gainesville School Board members had questions Monday night on how well the system is preparing its students for the next CRCT test next April.
Gainesville Rotarians learned Monday that if they want to recover more World War ll aircraft the Greenland ice, they can go right ahead...all it takes is about $5-million.
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