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The 35th annual Helen to the Atlantic Hot Air Balloon race is on, with pilots reporting in on their progress so far.
Flowery Branch City Council Wednesday ended the cityís moratorium on LED billboards and passed a regulation ordinance amendment that the city attorney said he could defend in court.
That contentious zoning amendment out on Browns Bridge Road at McEver Road grew more contentious and divisive than ever Tuesday night at the Gainesville City Council meeting.
Gwinnett County Tuesday broke ground for the AAA Gwinnett Braves ballpark, set to open next April when the team makes its debut.
Hall County high school student drivers are now subject to random drug testing and can expect to pay higher parking fees to defray the cost of that testing.
The head of the Hall County Taxpayers Association said Monday night he would hold county school board members to the promise that they will look at their new budget and cut where they can.
Never mind that summer is fast approaching. The St. Johnís Baptist Church men started up their Spring Festival Saturday morning in the parking lot.
The Gainesville Board of Education held another budget hearing and felt the anger and frustration from the taxpayers again Thursday night about a $6.5 to $7 million deficit and a possible 8 mill school tax levy.
Gainesville Mayor Myrtle Figueras Thursday decided to put a controversial zoning amendment to allow a gas station on Browns Bridge Road back on the city council voting agenda.
Gainesville school board members were told Wednesday morning they have violated the taxpayers' trust.
The two candidates for the District 4 seat on the Hall County Commission fielded questions Tuesday night at a Democratic Committee meeting in Gainesville.
Once again Gainesville, Ga. proved it loves a parade; hundreds turned out with their lawn chairs and lined Green Street for the 6th annual Memorial Day parade Monday morning sponsored by American Legion Post 7.
Memorial Day weekend brought relatives and friends of fallen armed forces members to a service in Flowery Branch Sunday at Memorial Park South on Atlanta Highway.
The Northeast Georgia History Center Sunday held a reception and open house for military veterans and their families in observance of Memorial Day.
Hall Countyís newest and biggest library is now officially open on Spout Springs Road in Flowery Branch.
Memorial Day weekend kicked off early Saturday morning for the exercise conscious at Riverside Military Academy with the third annual 5K Freedom Fun Run/Walk hosted by Vietnam Veterans Chapter 772.
Hall County commissioners named an interim county administrator Thursday night.
The state Department of Natural Resources joined Team Georgia and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Thursday morning in stressing safety on Lake Lanier on the eve of Memorial Day weekend - and with the lake at a record low level for this time of the year.
Around 400 Jones Elementary School students got an early start on Memorial Day with a patriotic parade Wednesday.
Flowery Branch City Council Wednesday approved on first reading an amendment to the city sign ordinance to regulate LED billboards; the question was how long the electronic displays should last.
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