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Gainesville City Council Thursday learned that they’re getting a bargain on a big sewer project off Mundy Mill Road.
High gasoline prices are a mixed blessing for one retailer in Gainesville.
Response in Gainesville has been slow so far to the appeal for blood that was issued by the Red Cross last week.
The Gainesville school board got its proposed FY 2009 budget and millage rate Monday night during a called meeting from the administration under new interim superintendent Dr. Merrianne Dyer.
The Army Airborne corporal from Forsyth County who died in combat a world away from northeast Georgia ended his long journey home Saturday at Coal Mountain Cemetery.
One of Gainesville’s largest church congregations greeted its new pastor Friday night in an installation celebration that continues through the weekend.
Hall County plans to open closed boat ramps and parks; commissioners listened to a progress report Thursday night on a proposal to get Lake Lanier’s slumping water recreation economy going again.
By Sept. 1 Hall County will have a different Board of Tax Assessors; Hall commissioners made the changes Thursday night.
Cumming, Georgia waited for the arrival of one of its own Wednesday, a fallen soldier whose life ended far away from his home in the northeast Georgia hills.
Hall County Library Board trustees Tuesday night looked at employee pay figures and saw most employees are underpaid, but system director Adrian Mixson said right now there’s not much to do about it.
The Gainesville school board heard from its new interim superintendent Monday night, and she said she needs board decisions on spending very soon.
Hall County commissioners looked at a request to increase Health Department permit and inspection fees Monday morning.
Gainesville School Board chairman David Syfan says board members do not want system layoffs to result from holding down 2009 budget expenditures despite heavy recommended staff cuts.
Gainesville City Councilman Bob Hamrick says its time to replace some of the state and U.S. flags at city property, and as it turned out, some Gainesville firefighters were unknowingly taking his advice.
The historic hotel in Gainesville owned and operated by an American Civil War Icon is now open to the public Saturday after a long and painstaking restoration.
Campaign supporters for Democratic Presidential hopeful Barack Obama worked on getting out the vote and getting people registered to vote Saturday.
Brenau University moved toward cutting the shortage of available primary care in north Georgia Thursday with the signing of an agreement with a Philadelphia medical college to create a physician assistant program.
The Gainesville school board is likely going to miss its July 29 deadline for passing a new budget, according to chairman David Syfan.
Setting the boundaries for the Flowery Branch Historic District moved toward final approval Wednesday with a city council vote.
The principal at Fair Street Elementary School has been named interim superintendent of the Gainesville City School System.
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