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An Oakwood couple will have a new home in just a few weeks following Thursday's Habitat for Humanity ground breaking in Oakwood.
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.
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.
The reason Gainesville’s aquatic and community center was named for Frances Meadows was recalled Wednesday at the center’s dedication ceremony.
Gainesville Mayor Myrtle Figueras wanted to make it clear Tuesday that the city council does not act on school board tax issues, but the city does issue the tax bills.
Work on Gainesville’s Georgia Mountains Center parking deck expansion begins just after the first of the year; The city council Tuesday morning approved the $6.8-million construction project.
One Gainesville school tax payer said he was not getting the answers he wanted concerning school system spending during Monday night’s Gainesville School Board public hearing on the board’s proposed tax increase.
The long-awaited dedication of the restored remaining section of Confederate General James Longstreet’s Piedmont Hotel was held Saturday morning in Gainesville.
Brenau University’s Learning and Leisure Institute (BULLI) hosted a political forum Saturday and as it turned out, they saved the hottest for last.
Hurricane Ike hit Gainesville, Hall County and Northeast Georgia with storming gas prices Friday.
Heads were bowed at the beginning of Thursday night's Hall County commission meeting to honor the terrorist attack victims of Sept. 11, 2001.
Hall County commissioners decided Thursday night they did not want to decide an issue that should be settled by subdivision homeowners.
The 7th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks was observed in a different way Thursday by a Gainesville ophthalmologist.
Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board members had a short meeting Tuesday night; the only item on their agenda was tabled.
United Way of Hall County held its annual campaign kickoff Tuesday, announcing a goal of just over $2 million.
Hall County School Board members agreed Monday night to sell two acres in South Hall for use as the site of the state's first Educators Museum and Hall of Fame.
The Hall County School Board took time Monday night to thank the people who kept the children safe on two dangerous days last month.
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.
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