Recent Articles by Jerry Gunn
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Hall County Commissioners differed and then decided to hold off on putting a proposed vendor preference ordinance up for consideration Monday.
The 44th Annual Cracker Fly-In, hosted by the Experimental Aircraft Association, Chapter 611, once again lived up to its reputation as a fun event at Lee Gilmer Memorial Airport in Gainesville on Saturday.
Flowery Branch subdivision residents lined up Thursday night to oppose City Council's revision of street light special assessment districts, setting the framework for an ordinance change.
On this day 236 years ago, July 4th, 1776, Gainesville and Hall County, in fact all of Northeast Georgia, was a blank canvas, an unwritten page and a land of promise.
A packed house in Gainesville's Georgia Mountains Center theatre Saturday morning came to listen to what five Hall County Sheriff's candidates had to say in a Hall Republican Party hosted debate.
Hall County Commissioners made it official Thursday night; they are in full support of lowering the alcohol limit for boating under the influence on Lake Lanier.
At approximately 6 p.m. Wednesday, divers found the body of 13-year-old Griffin Prince.
Hall County Commissioners Friday afternoon adopted their no tax increase $89-million dollar FY 2013 budget that maintains county services and reduces county employee furloughs.
The Second Annual Alternative Fueled Vehicle Road Show held by the Georgia Public Service Commission continued its state wide trek Tuesday morning in Hall County at Road Atlanta.
The Gainesville School Board unanimously passed its no tax increase, $68.4-million budget for next year Monday night but one board member says the budget comes at a price.
Governor Nathan Deal led local officials Monday morning in welcoming Toyota Industries Compressor Parts of America to a new site in Jackson County where cattle used to graze.
The Hall County Commission showed off its sparkling new $89-million budget Thursday night during the only public hearing on the spending plan.
Hall County Commissioners were invited to take a look at how much the county is paying for the Community Service Center Tuesday.
Getting in touch with Scots ancestry to the sound of bagpipes and drums is drawing thousands of weekend visitors to Blairsville Saturday and Sunday.
Gainesville City Council voted for a tax roll-up Tuesday night and Mayor Danny Dunagan said taxpayer impact would vary.
Some property owners may expect to pay more school tax, some less as Hall County School board members approved a tentative $194.4-million FY2013 budget at a called meeting Monday afternoon.
What is now one of the biggest American Cancer Society Relay for Life events in the Southeast unfolded Friday evening at Road Atlanta.
Georgia's Lt. Governor said in Gainesville Tuesday he's supporting Mitt Romney for president, but Romney needs to be closer to the voters.
Just when it seemed certain that would be North Hall dog kennel owner Debra Hunsucker was about to see her plans crash and burn before the Hall County Commission Thursday night, her rezoning and variance request to permit the kennel was saved by the bell, at least until the June 28th meeting.
There is no tax increase budgeted for the Gainesville School Board’s proposed Fiscal Year 2013 spending plan revealed Tuesday during public hearings at Gainesville High School.
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