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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.
The president of the University of Georgia told Gainesville Rotarians Monday his school is bigger and better than ever, but the tuition is too low.
Hall County commissioners reviewed a proposed resolution Monday morning to increase the cost of ambulance transport.
The trial of an accused double murderer from Flowery Branch continued into Saturday in Hall County Superior Court, and featured a video tape of a police interview of the defendant which was made shortly after the murders occurred in March 2002.
A Gainesville clean-up company found Lake Lanier’s low water level an advantage Saturday during its second annual Shore Sweep at Edgewater Apartments off Thompson Bridge Road.
The jury heard opening arguments and heard from the first witnesses Wednesday in the trial of a Flowery Branch man accused of a double slaying six years ago.
Flowery Branch now officially has new historic district boundaries, but one council member voted no Wednesday, claiming too many people are opposed to them.
People who knew, worked with and worked for poultry icon Jesse Jewell will tell you he is more than just a street name.
Gainesville immigrant employers got a lesson on how careful they have to be in filling out new forms Tuesday at an Immigration Law seminar held at the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce.
A Gainesville policeman and a citizen drew recognition and praise Tuesday from the Gainesville City Council for their life-saving efforts.
It is now the law: Gainesville alcoholic beverage vendors may now have a "happy hour" if they choose to do so.
The Gainesville School Board approved a tentative budget Monday night that promises a reduced deficit and a 12 percent tax rate hike, but that also could be adversely impacted by state education cuts brought on by Georgia’s revenue shortfall.
Red shirted homeowners opposed to an equestrian center locating in their North Hall neighborhood near Murrayville won their bid to stop it Thursday night at the Hall County Commission meeting.
Seasons on Lake Lanier homeowners want to bury the hatchet and get some help from Gainesville City Council to pave their streets.
Gainesville City Manager Bryan Shuler said Thursday city taxpayers would receive their tax bills with the homeowner tax relief exemption, despite the state's hold on the Homeowner Tax Relief Grant.
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