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Gainesville economic forecaster Frank Norton said Wednesday that tough economic times are not going to last forever; expect signs of recovery by next summer.
Gainesville’s Planning and Appeals Board members Tuesday night got prompting on a called meeting early next month to vote on those controversial annexation islands.
A standing room only audience witnessed Tuesday’s Veterans Day program at the Georgia Mountains Center.
The Gainesville Police Department held an official ceremony Monday in the department lobby to retire the ashes of K-9 Officer Argus, who passed away in May from congestive heart failure.
Hall County school board members heard from concerned Johnson School District parents Monday night who fear their schools will decline because of a perception problem.
Hall County school board members want to hear more about a transportation alternative - school buses that use (LP), liquid petroleum.
Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle is not so sure about Georgia's new early voting, even though millions of voters elected to go to the polls early.
Early Christmas shoppers Thursday night got a glimpse of what's coming this weekend at the 17th Annual Marketplace at the Gainesville Civic Center.
If you’re in need of a little autumn inspiration, a good place to go in Gainesville right now is Wilshire Trails near downtown.
Bank customers and business leaders heard Wednesday at Peach State Bank in Gainesville that while the economic downturn has impacted community banks, those banks are still sound and ready to do business.
It is a post-presidential election day in Gainesville, and at Longstreet Café breakfast customers read the headlines.
Gainesville City Council Tuesday night had no problem approving a Federal Aviation Administration entitlement that provides 95 percent funding for additional work to upgrade Lee Gilmer Memorial Airport.
Hall County school board members set the school calendar for 2009-10 Monday night on a recommendation from Superintendent Will Schofield.
Calling it something "we need to continue to grow in Georgia," Gov. Sonny Perdue helped dedicate the new Women and Children’s Pavilion at Northeast Georgia Medical Center Sunday afternoon.
Teachers came looking for jobs in Gwinnett County Saturday morning at the Fall Teacher Employment Fair held at the Gwinnett Center.
There were ghosts and goblins galore at Trick or Treat on the Square Friday afternoon, hosted by Gainesville's downtown merchants to celebrate Halloween.
Friday's first mandated Hall County employee unpaid furlough day proved inconvenient for some county residents.
Homeowners in the giant master-planned community Sterling on the Lake expressed concerns Thursday night at a meeting in Flowery Branch over plans to add a 4-acre commercial component to the development.
With Election Day less than a week away, Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Jim Martin urged Hall County voters to get out the vote Thursday at a rally in Gainesville.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers invited and got a lot of comments from a lot of northeast Georgians Wednesday night in Gainesville on updating its water control plan for Lake Lanier in the Apalachicola, Chattahoochee, Flint River (ACF) Basin.
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