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Air Force Reserve civil engineer Captain Tara Richards returned to her role as a Flowery Branch City Council member Thursday night.
Where else would you set up a liquor still, a legal one, than Dawsonville, Georgia, long known for its moonshine as well as its car racing heritage.
Lumpkin County residents spent Labor Day living their history and helping restore a historic home Monday at Yahoola Creek Park in Dahlonega.
Gainesville city Council has agreed to renovate a hangar at Lee Gilmer Memorial Airport to make more room for Georgia State patrol helicopters.
Gainesville City Council Thursday has met the new director of Keep Hall Beautiful.
Gainesville City Council got good news and not so good news with their decision Thursday to issue bonds to pay for purchase of the old county jail from Hall County.
The Hall County School Board adopted a smaller budget with a smaller millage rate for 2013 during Monday night's regular meeting.
There was plenty of birthday cake for children Sunday afternoon as Gainesville's Interactive Neighborhood for Kids celebrated its 10th anniversary.
With one dissenting vote, Hall County Commissioners Thursday approved providing water, sewer and road paving for the county's newest and biggest industrial park on Highway 365.
Hall County Commissioners Monday decided when they were going to decide on a vendor preference ordinance.
Saturday morning rain delayed but did not stop the Hall County Sheriff's Office 4th Annual Christmas Benefit Motorcycle Ride that began in Gainesville at the Hall County Parking Deck.
University of Georgia system officials joined Cumming officials Thursday for the ribbon cutting of the new University Center at Georgia 400 building in Cumming.
Gainesville and Hall County students picked up book bags and school supplies, ate barbecue, even got free cell phones at the Back to School Rally 2012 held at the Beulah Rucker Museum on Athens Highway Saturday.
Former teenagers from the 1970's, 80's and 90's gathered on the Pearl Nix Parkway side of Lakeshore Mall Saturday evening for the First Annual Gainesville Cruisers Reunion.
Hall County Commissioners are planning a house cleaning at the new Government Center, formerly the Liberty Mutual Building, and Monday said they want local vendors to get first choice at surplus items.
Governor Nathan Deal Saturday used his second annual 'Grillin' with the Governor' at Lake Lanier to say hello and say thanks.
Another German based company broke ground Friday morning in Oakwood’s Tanners Creek Business Park.
Gainesville City Council Tuesday night voted final passage to monthly sewer service rate increases.
After two meeting delays, the request from homeowner Debra Hunsuker to build a dog kennel on her Northeast Hall County property got a 4-1 denial from county commissioners Thursday night.
State transportation officials at Spout Springs Library in Flowery Branch delivered yet another presentation Tuesday morning on the Transportation sales tax, up for a vote in 21 days.
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