Recent Articles by Jerry Gunn
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Hall County Planning Commissioners Wednesday night approved a heavy industrial rezoning request for recycling, but limited the use to just that, recycling, and nothing else.
The Gainesville School Board still has a deficit to deal with, but it’s a lot smaller than the one they saw at their last school board meeting.
The City of Clermont's 8th Annual Fall Festival helped bring in the Labor Day this year and once again, there was something there for everybody.
If It's Labor Day weekend it must be festival time in Homer, Georgia. In fact it's the 37th Annual Homer Banks County Festival in a town celebrating it's 150th birthday.
Governor Sonny Perdue's "quarterback" on Lake Lanier water negotiations told Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce members Thursday that a July federal court ruling on Lanier actually did Georgia a favor.
Governor Sonny Perdue said Wednesday at Lake Lanier Islands it’s not entirely up to the governors of Georgia, Florida and Alabama to move toward reauthorization of Lake Lanier as a water source to beat a three-year federal court deadline.
Gainesville City Council chambers at the Georgia Mountains Center were set up Tuesday night with 400 seats, but they were mostly empty.
Gainesville City Councilman Bob Hamrick wants to pursue what he calls a violation of public trust that he says could have derailed a major downtown commercial development.
A new class was inducted into the Northeast Georgia History Center's Sports Hall of Fame in ceremonies Saturday at the Georgia Mountains Center.
Two 'clunkers' met their end Thursday at an Oakwood car dealership as part of the federal government's $3-billion 'Cash for Clunkers' rebate program that ended Monday.
Hall County Commissioners were all set to go to their legislators Thursday to halt Gainesville’s proposed island annexation, but it did not happen, based on an announcement from Vice Chairman Ashley Bell
Around 300 Hall County Farm Bureau members and their guests Tuesday night heard long time Farm Bureau member Jimmy Echols call for a resolution to change who gets franchise fee revenue.
U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss told his Gainesville Kiwanis Club audience Tuesday he is opposed to the Attorney General's appointment of a special prosecutor to probe C.I.A. interrogation methods following the terrorist 911 attack in 2001.
Gainesville Rotarians heard the man who will build City View Center say Monday that the downtown project is still a go, despite the economy.
Hall County Commissioners Monday morning were put on notice to oppose another annexation, this time into the city of Oakwood.
Former ZF Industries accounts manager Charlotte Baghose was found guilty Friday of 25 counts of forgery and one count of theft after a Hall County Superior Court jury spent the day deliberating her fate.
The defense in the Charlotte Baghose trial rested Friday morning after their only witness was cross examined by the state...that witness was Charlotte Baghose.
The fraud and theft trial of former ZF Industries accounts manager Charlotte Baghose moved into its second afternoon Wednesday in Hall Superior Court.
The trial of theft and fraud defendant Charlotte Baghose began Tuesday afternoon in Hall Superior Court.
The City of Gainesville's proposed annexation of 'island' properties is not a land and tax revenue grab according to Mayor Myrtle Figueras Tuesday.
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