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Gainesville High School students who decide to 'test out' of a course instead of taking it under new state legislation would pay for that test in a recommendation Monday night from School Superintendent Merrianne Dyer.
The future for solar energy is bright but needs to go further; that was the message at a panel discussion on solar held at Lanier Technical College Monday in Oakwood.
Hall County Commissioners recently reviewed an agreement with a producer to shoot a conference TV video featuring Hall County that would get national exposure.
Georgia State Parks Director Becky Kelley told Gainesville Kiwanis Club members Tuesday Don Carter State Park should open later this summer, possibly in August.
Hall County Commissioners Monday wanted clarification on exactly where a proposed opportunity zone might be set up to provide job credits for new business.
Gainesville area moms, dads and their youngsters got an American Civil War history lesson free of charge from the Northeast Georgia History Center at Brenau University Sunday.
The Gainesville Police Department and Chief Brian Kelly received law enforcement's version of the 'high five' this week with a re-accreditation award from CALEA, the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies.
A mid-afternoon rain shower did not stop but possibly shortened a 25 year anniversary observance in Kubota Manufacturing Company’s parking lot Thursday.
Gainesville City Council Tuesday night gave first reading approval to a water and sewer rate hike that takes effect in January, 2014. Gainesville’s Mayor said when costs go up for the city; costs go up for city water and sewer customers.
For the 20th year in Hall County and the fifth year at Road Atlanta, the annual Cancer Society Relay for Life began with the 'Survivor's Walk' Friday afternoon.
That controversial island annexation of 115 parcels of county land inside the city of Gainesville will likely proceed next month and Thursday morning City Council agreed to make it less cumbersome.
Gainesville citizens gathered to remember those who did not come back home at Memorial Park Cemetery in Gainesville at the Veterans Memorial Garden at noon Monday during the 7th Annual Memorial Day Vigil.
Hall County Commissioners want the summer of 2013 to be safe on the water this year with their proclamation Thursday declaring May as Water Safety Month.
Hall County Commissioners learned Wednesday that more revenue is coming in just when they need it most and that money is coming from past due tax collections, according to Tax Commissioner Darla Eden.
Two Hall County department heads hoping to hire full time employees and get more operating funds learned their budget requests were a 'tough sell' before county commissioners.
Hall County Commissioners got a cost and damage update on last weekend’s flooding Wednesday afternoon from Emergency Management Director and Fire Chief David Kimbrell, and learned the deluge was near historic proportions.
Hall County Commissioners reviewed and then indicated they liked a proposal from Sheriff Gerald Couch Monday to raise money to buy new cars and hire a mechanic.
Hall County Commissioners observed Monday that damaged roads are recovering from the spring deluge that struck the area this weekend, but some roads are taking longer to fix than others.
Governor Nathan Deal Wednesday underlined Georgia’s new Boating under the Influence Law at Hall County’s Laurel Park boat Ramp on Lake Lanier.
The Hall County School System’s 2013 Night of Honor welcomed 83 retirees and 33 teachers of the year Monday night at Chestatee High School.
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