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Demolition is in full swing downtown and the Georgia Mountains Center Parking deck is coming down.
Hall County Commission Chairman Tom Oliver Wednesday instructed Tax Commissioner Kieth Echols to give the Commission a detailed report on tax collections at the regular meeting on Thursday.
Members of a Gainesville church Tuesday night celebrated the Presidential inauguration with a chili supper and a canned food drive.
Students and faculty at Gainesville State College greeted the new President Tuesday with cheers as they watched in the Student Center.
"Keeping the Dream Alive, Change Requires Action" was the theme of this year's King Day observance at the E.E. Butler Community Center Gym attended by a gym full of people.
Cold temperatures and cloudy skies did not discourage Monday’s Martin Luther king Day march in downtown Gainesville.
Hall County's school board members and system administrators wrapped up their annual retreat Saturday by focusing on how to do 'as much with less'.
Faced with decreasing tax revenues and increasing state cuts, Hall County school board members looked at how to run their school system with less money as they opened their annual retreat Friday night.
Gainesville City Council members learned Thursday that the city is ready to move ahead with construction of the new public safety building.
It's moving day at the Georgia Mountains Center Parking Deck and on the square parking space limits are going to be enforced.
Former Oconee County teacher and school administrator Doug Eza said in Gainesville Wednesday night that things are not going to get any easier for school taxpayers until the state upgrades and updates the Quality Basic Education Act (QBE).
The coldest weather Gainesville has seen this winter is coming in a couple of days and one long time Gainesville auto mechanic says the time to get your car or truck ready is right now.
The Flowery Branch High School Falcons Band Tuesday was putting the finishing touches on a symphonic concert performance it will offer during next week's presidential inauguration.
The students and teachers were the stars Tuesday in a documentary being filmed at Gainesville's Enota Elementary School for a foundation created by film maker George Lucas.
Flowery Branch High School’s head football Coach Lee Shaw recalled Monday night that his football coach led him into his athletic career.
The Gainesville School System's retreat held Thursday focused on student performance.
South Hall sewer customers who filled the county commission meeting room at the Georgia Mountains Center Thursday night got a reprieve; they won't have to pay higher rates, at least for a while.
Gainesville's Field Services Manager at Alta Vista Cemetery said Wednesday the 'pauper' section will be preserved after ground penetrating radar located several burials.
Gainesville has a new city manager; City Council Tuesday night picked its interim city manager for the top post.
Gainesville School Superintendent Dr. Merrianne Dyer told board members Monday night she has an expense cutting plan that includes unpaid employee furloughs but she hopes she won't have to use it.
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