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Voter turnout continued to be "very slow" Tuesday afternoon for the SPLOST referendum in Hall County.
Gainesville Councilman George Wangemann said Tuesday it’s time to take another look at the city’s ordinance governing outdoor assemblies.
More educators lost jobs because of the deficit,revenue drops and stagnant enrollment; this time from the Gainesville School system Monday night according to Superintendent Dr. Merrianne Dyer.
Three people who over the years have defined community service leadership in Gainesville were named the 2009 recipients Thursday night of the Ralph Cleveland Distinguished Citizen Award at the 9th Annual American Values Dinner to benefit the Boy Scouts.
Mexican farmer worker Cornelio Zamites pleaded guilty and drew life without possibility of parole during a noonday hearing Thursday in Hall Superior Court in the June 2005 rape-slaying of a four-year-old girl.
The Gainesville Census Bureau office opened Wednesday on Queen City Parkway well ahead of the official beginning of the official count beginning April 1, 2010.
A luxury homebuilder told Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board members Tuesday night he's reducing the size of his development and waiting for the housing market to improve.
Hall County Schools Superintendent Will Schofield declared Monday night that last week's layoffs were "painful" for everyone involved.
The head of Georgia's Trust for Public Land told Gainesville Rotarians Monday green space protection and expansion is a must.
At Lake Lanier's Olympic venue, the unexpected cool cloudy weather did not stop collegiate rowers from around the Southeast from competing Saturday.
Hall County Sheriff Steve Cronic Thursday announced that the department’s ‘Operation Full Court Press’ task force was successful in reducing burglary and theft crime the first of the year... and leading to 90 arrests
Beechwood Estates homeowners gathered with Gainesville Police Thursday night to organize a Neighborhood Watch program they hope will get results.
The Gwinnett Braves new mascot, 'Chopper' put in a surprise appearance for a good cause Wednesday at Flowery Branch Elementary School.
Flowery Branch City Manager Bill Andrew said Wednesday that from what he’s seen so far when it comes to getting federal stimulus funds cities have to be able to spend money to get the money.
Gainesville has some "shovel ready" projects that might be eligible for federal stimulus money, but Mayor Myrtle Figueras said Tuesday night she's still not sure.
Hall County Schools would have 100 fewer positions next year under personnel cuts presented at Monday night's work session.
The rain did not keep the tractor fans away Saturday at the ‘Drive Green Tractor Show’ held by John Deere at Chateau 'Elan’s Equestrian Center in Braselton.
The biggest school system in the state held the biggest teacher employment fair in the state Saturday at Gwinnett Center in Duluth.
Republican 9th District Congressman Nathan Deal, speaking Friday morning at the Georgia Mountains Center, warned his audience at the 5th Annual chamber hosted Safe and Green Environmental and Safety Assembly about upcoming emissions control legislation.
Hall County Commission Chairman Tom Oliver said Thursday he hopes an agreement between the City of Braselton and Hall County gets state environmental protection approval.
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