Recent Articles by Jerry Gunn
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Gainesville City Council Thursday morning gave first reading approval to the city school board’s slightly reduced tax millage rate…the action was needed to get tax bills out on time.
Hall County's new animal shelter opens Thursday at 9:00 a.m. on Barber Road near the Hall County Jail according to Director Mike Ledford.
The Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board Tuesday night approved the Fair Street Neighborhood as the city's new Neighborhood Planning Unit.
Rock Creek Greenway is now open all the way from Lake Lanier to downtown Gainesville.
Gainesville’s annual autumn extravaganza, Mule Camp Market, got underway Friday morning under cloudy skies with the new Mountains Center parking deck still closed; the Jaycees say never mind, it's time for Mule Camp.
Hall County Commissioners Thursday night approved Planned Commercial Development rezoning for a 'zip line' recreation retreat near Lula where money could 'grow on trees'.
A new trial may be in the offing for a Forsyth County sheriff’s deputy convicted in federal court in Gainesville on child pornography charges July 22nd.
Hall County Sheriff's deputies, the State Patrol and school transportation officials had a busy morning for awhile at Atlanta Highway and Memorial Park Road with a head-on collision between two county school buses.
Gainesville homeowners who pay city school tax get a slight reduction with the millage the city school board approved Wednesday.
A leaky roof from heavy overnight rains sent students away from Gainesville’s oldest elementary school Wednesday morning.
There's a possibility Gainesville's new downtown parking deck could go into use in time for Mule Camp Market.
Three Hall County schools got board approval for charter status Monday night; McEver Elementary for fine arts, Martin Elementary for math/tech, and Chestatee Middle School for multiple intelligence.
Hall County School Board members agreed Monday night it's time to take a closer look at approving overnight, out of state field trips.
An estimated 300 people showed up Thursday night at Mount Vernon Elementary School to take a look at the long awaited North Hall Park and Community Center.
A nationally known BMX track and skate park designer came to Hall County Tuesday night to see what would work best at the proposed Cool Springs Park in West Hall County.
The South Hall Business Coalition audience Tuesday morning got a reminder of how important it is to have the Atlanta Falcons training complex in their own back yard.
Pros and cons about one of the nation’s leading ‘hot button’ issues, health care reform, drew comments Monday at Gainesville State College.
The Eighth annual Bruce Burch and Friends concert honored John Jarrard and brought another talent group of songwriters to Gainesville Thursday night.
Hall County Commissioners Thursday said no to the proposed Northern Arc by-pass, even if it is several years away in the planning stages.
A Road Atlanta Le Mans series Corvette driver turned to tree planting Wednesday morning at Good News Clinics in Gainesville.
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