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Hall County commissioners Monday agreed to approve a contractors bid to start making Laurel Park a national destination for bass fishermen, according to Vice Chairman Steve Gailey.
Hall County commissioners looked at the $240-million capital projects funding list for SPLOST VI during Monday morning’s work session.
Habersham Medical Center showed off its brand new emergency room Sunday in Demorest; it was built to meet the area's rapidly expanding population.
Hall County high school juniors and seniors reported to "boot camp" for the first time Saturday morning at Flowery Branch High School.
Hall County’s new representative on the state Department of Transportation board said Friday "it’s not business as usual" at the DOT.
Atmos Energy Corporation, with around 10,000 natural gas customers in Gainesville, put in rebuttal arguments for its $6 million increase at a Public Service Commission public hearing held Wednesday at the Georgia Mountains Center.
Hall County construction students reported to "Habitat High" on Browns Bridge Road Wednesday morning, where they are building a house for Habitat for Humanity.
The City of Gainesville will soon have nearly $400,000 in federal housing rehabilitation funds for qualified applicants.
Gainesville's Little League State champions drew recognition and praise from the City Council Tuesday night at the Georgia Mountains Center.
It has been a tough summer for Gainesville vacationers this year with $4 a gallon gas prices and Lake Lanier at exceptional drought level, but one family made the best of the last summer holiday of the year at Clarks Bridge Park on the lake.
Gainesville began gearing up Monday to help with the expected impact of Hurricane Gustav and the arrival of evacuees from the Gulf Coast region struck by the storm.
The Frances Meadows Aquatic and Community Center is open. Attendants and staff members were ready to take the first admission fee Saturday morning when the center opened at 10 a.m.
Hall County Democrats celebrated America's first African American presidential nominee Thursday night at the Hunt tower atrium in downtown Gainesville with a convention watch party.
Hall County Fire Services Chief David Kimbrell said Thursday the National Weather Service is investigating to see if the county got sufficient warning about the four tornadoes that struck Tuesday afternoon.
Gainesville City Councilman George Wangemann urged citizens Thursday to call 911 immediately if they witness a drug deal in progress, like the one he said he saw near his home recently.
The Gainesville City Council learned Thursday morning that the city ended Fiscal Year 2008 in the black despite current economic pressures.
Tuesday, Aug. 26 is going to be remembered as the day Tropical Storm Fay was not nice to Hall County; the rain she sent was nice, but not the wind and tornado damage.
The sound of chain saws broke the neighborhood quiet as homeowners begin cleaning up after a freak windstorm swept through subdivisions off Mt. Vernon Road Tuesday afternoon.
The Hall County Superior Court jury in the trial of murder defendant Ignacio “Nacho” Vergara has begun deliberating the case.
Hall County commissioners are one step away from naming the new "Field of Dreams" facility for challenged young athletes at Alberta Banks Park near Flowery Branch.
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