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Jerry Gunn

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Recent Articles by Jerry Gunn

  • Starting Hall schools after Labor Day not likely next year
    A Mid-October fall break but no start-up after Labor Day is in the offing for next year's Hall County school calendar.
  • Jones second graders launch balloon fire prevention tips
    Second graders at Jones Elementary School in Chicopee Woods got an early morning break from class Thursday morning to observe October as Fire Prevention Month in a fun way.
  • Gas crunch cuts Hall Schools field trips
    Hall County school board members got assurance Wednesday there is enough fuel to run the buses at least through next week, but field trips are something else as northeast Georgia continues to struggle with the ongoing fuel shortage.
  • Blue Sky Concerts back in Gainesville
    It's Oct. 1, it's a bright blue sky day and there was music on the Gainesville square; that must mean it's time again for the Blue Sky Concerts.
  • Ed Burnett winner of this year's Sam Poole Volunteer Award
    This year’s top volunteer award from Good News Clinics (GNC) is the man who started the state’s largest free dental clinic.
  • Friends and family of murder victim still pray for closure
    For the ninth year, friends and family of Jacqueline Elaine Nix gathered at her grave site at Memorial Park Funeral Home in Gainesville at sunset Monday evening to remember her and hope for closure in her unsolved murder.
  • United Way Young Leaders hold first meeting
    United Way of Hall County grew a new arm to reach for community support Monday afternoon with the formation of the Young Leaders Society on the square in downtown Gainesville.
  • First time meet for United Way Young Leaders
    United Way of Hall County grew a new arm to reach for community support Monday afternoon with the formation of the Young Leaders Society on the square in downtown Gainesville.
  • Affordable health insurance a Healthy Hall priority
    Gainesville Rotarians heard Monday that at least 19 percent of Hall County’s population is without health insurance.
  • Gas shortage does not stop Jaemore Harvest Fest
    Gas shortage or no gas shortage, moms and dads and kids enjoy a fall festival, and they turned out Saturday to see and enjoy Jaemor Farms Harvest Festival Saturday in north Hall County.
  • 20th Annual Shore Sweep cleans up Lake Lanier
    The 20th Annual Lake Lanier Association Shore Sweep brought volunteers with big black trash bags to the lake shore Saturday morning.
  • Gainesville B.O.E. votes to raise taxes
    It’s official - Gainesville school tax payers now have a 12.21 percent tax increase, with the school board’s Thursday night vote on the millage rate.
  • Community center gets construction go-ahead from HCC
    Hall County Commissioners Thursday morning gave the go-ahead on the nearly $4-million Mulberry Creek Community Center; the commissioner who wanted to postpone the project made the motion to approve it.
  • A new Brenau landmark soon to appear
    It is a stack of wooden crates right now on the lawn of the main campus in front of Brenau University’s historic Pearce Auditorium, but within a few weeks what’s in those crates will make its own history.
  • N. Ga. school officials experience poverty
    School officials from 16 rural north Georgia counties got the feel of poverty and what it's like to cope at a “Welcome to the State of Poverty” program held at the Northeast Georgia History Center in Gainesville Wednesday.
  • Hall library board told to brace for budget cuts
    The Hall County Library System Board of Trustees was put on notice Tuesday evening to anticipate budget cuts from the county.
  • Old age threatening Old Joe
    Gainesville's on-the-square icon - the Confederate soldier statue known as Old Joe - is nearly 100 years old, but there's a question about whether or not he'll be around much longer.
  • Habitat to build new home for disabled vet, wife
    An Oakwood couple will have a new home in just a few weeks following Thursday's Habitat for Humanity ground breaking in Oakwood.
  • Gainesville trying to help General Longstreet's drought-stricken lawn
    Gainesville City Manager Bryan Shuler said Friday there might be a way for the City of Gainesville to come to the rescue for the United Daughters of the Confederacy.
  • City of Gainesville's Wellness Center opens
    The City of Gainesville opened its new wellness center for employees, their families and city retirees Thursday morning off Queen City Parkway near I-985.
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