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Hall County School Superintendent Will Schofield said Monday night security is tighter at Johnson High School in the wake of last week's school bus vandalism.
The Federal Court trial of a former Forsyth County sheriff’s deputy accused of receiving and possessing child pornography began Monday in U.S. District Court in Gainesville.
The 6th Annual Downtown Gainesville Gran Prix Criterium Bike Race got underway under sunny skies Saturday for a 'Bikes, Bands and Healthy Bodies weekend.
A nationally known educator speaking at Brenau University said Friday that the federal government's 'no Child Left Behind' program was the 'wrong way to go."
Gainesville City Council members reviewed election qualification requirements for this year's municipal election of two council seats and two school board seats Thursday and one councilman had a question.
Gainesville said a final goodbye Wednesday to community leader James Mathis Sr. at First Baptist Church on Green Street.
Gainesville's Planning and Appeals Board Tuesday night invited a new group home into town for men recovering from alcohol and drug abuse.
Hall County Commissioners drew fire from Habitat for Humanity members Tuesday morning.
A crowd of more than 100 turned out in White County Saturday to help a nationwide effort to establish a Guinness World Record for a mass North American skinny-dip.
The 41st Annual Cracker Fly-In drew another big crowd Saturday at Lee Gilmer Memorial Airport.
Hall County Commission Chairman Oliver announced he intended to contest the City of Gainesville’s proposed annexation of mostly commercial ‘island’ parcels surrounded by the city.
Gainesville State College now has its very first parking deck and it’s a very welcome addition to the campus.
A tribute to Michael Jackson from Gainesville Mayor Myrtle Figueras.
A Gainesville homeowner told City Council Tuesday night gang graffiti is a problem in his neighborhood, and its getting worse.
Gainesville’s Allen Creek Soccer Field was the filming site recently for a Discovery Channel feature on a new technology designed to protect young athletes from heat stress.
The Hall County School System expects to announce this week that all of its schools except one will achieve AYP, Adequate Yearly Progress this year.
Some fireworks spectators chose to avoid the traffic and the crowds at Laurel Park and watched the show from the roadside this July 4th evening.
An estimated 7,000 people turned out this Fourth of July Saturday for the 16th Annual Memorial Park Funeral Home BBQ for public service workers and the public.
Lake Lanier’s boating community is having a much happier Fourth of July than they did a year ago.
An estimated 1,000 July 4th weekend music lovers filled the space at the Brenau University Amphitheatre Friday evening for the annual performance of ‘Patriotic Pops’ by the Gainesville Symphony Orchestra.
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