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Gainesville city administration and department heads Tuesday night drew praise for a 2010 general fund budget that is seven percent smaller than the one passed a year ago for FY 2009.
Assistant Hall County Superintendent Dr. Richard Hill told board members Monday night he has 150 applicants for five vacant assistant principal positions.
A smaller Hall County School System 2010 budget means smaller salaries across the board, and Superintendent Will Schofield said that includes reduced pay for members of the school board.
The head of Georgia's Environmental Protection Division said in Gainesville Monday she expects to make a decision on lifting water restrictions very soon.
The U.S. Army general who commanded coalition forces in Iraq told 38 graduates Friday at Georgia Gwinnett College in Lawrenceville to look ahead to the history they will make... despite the recession and the "daunting" challenge of finding a job and paying back student loans.
Hall County Commissioners discussed ethics violation enforcement at the end of a very short 17-minute voting session Thursday.
Gov. Sonny Perdue came to Lake Lanier and invited everyone in Georgia to "go fishing."
Hall County Commissioners Wednesday had no problem putting a $700,000 grant from the U.S. Energy Department on Thursday's approval agenda.
A Capacity audience Monday night observed the end of Memorial Day at First Baptist Church on Green Street with the Northwinds Symphonic Band.
The 7th Annual Memorial Day parade in Gainesville represented a day of remembrance for all who attended and watched
Graduating East Hall Viking seniors had their ‘day to remember’ Saturday in the Georgia Mountains Center arena in downtown Gainesville.
There were four additional graduates in the Class of 2009 Friday night at Gainesville High School.
State Insurance Commissioner John Oxendine is not saying the fiery destruction of eight Gainesville school buses early Friday morning is arson or even suspicious, but it is unusual.
The Safe Kids Coalition of Gainesville-Hall County is beginning another busy year with the arrival of Memorial Day weekend, but Thursday it was time for awards.
Flowery Branch City Council Wednesday split its vote on first reading passage of the city’s FY 2010 budget over the issue of water and sewer rates.
Twenty-five active duty veterans from Fort Gordon in Augusta took off for an afternoon of fishing on Lake Lanier Tuesday hosted by the Atlanta Falcons.
For water conservation and top performance, Gainesville's water and sewer system wound up in the winner's circle again Tuesday.
Gainesville School Superintendent Dr. Merrianne Dyer said Monday night some teachers slated not for rehire are coming back to avoid larger class sizes.
The rubber ducks in the Boys and Girls Clubs' annual rubber duck derby did not mind the wet weather one bit Saturday afternoon at Clarks Bridge Park.
It rained on Lula’s 33d Annual Railroad Days Parade but that did not matter as the northeast Georgia town held the parade anyway and the festival celebrating the city’s heritage went ahead as planned.
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