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Gainesville City Councilman Bob Hamrick says its time to replace some of the state and U.S. flags at city property, and as it turned out, some Gainesville firefighters were unknowingly taking his advice.
The historic hotel in Gainesville owned and operated by an American Civil War Icon is now open to the public Saturday after a long and painstaking restoration.
Campaign supporters for Democratic Presidential hopeful Barack Obama worked on getting out the vote and getting people registered to vote Saturday.
Brenau University moved toward cutting the shortage of available primary care in north Georgia Thursday with the signing of an agreement with a Philadelphia medical college to create a physician assistant program.
The Gainesville school board is likely going to miss its July 29 deadline for passing a new budget, according to chairman David Syfan.
Setting the boundaries for the Flowery Branch Historic District moved toward final approval Wednesday with a city council vote.
The principal at Fair Street Elementary School has been named interim superintendent of the Gainesville City School System.
The silt removal project to restore Longwood Cove on Lake Lanier as a recreation area is finished. There's only one problem.
The Gainesville City Council Tuesday unanimously approved a resolution that finalizes a land transfer that will lead to more jobs in the city’s Industrial Park West.
It was slow going as the polls opened in Hall County for today's primary elections.
The rowing competition for the 2008 Georgia Games began bright and early Saturday at the Lake Lanier Olympics Center.
The portrait of a famous American Civil War general who became a Gainesville citizen now looks back at visitors at the site of the hotel he once owned and operated.
Hall County commissioners decided 3-2 in favor of farming over homeowners Thursday night in a clash over locating new poultry houses in north Hall County close to the White County line.
A motion from Hall County Commissioner Deborah Mack Thursday to discontinue health insurance for embattled part time tax assessors drew reaction from her political opponent Ashley Bell.
Gainesville City Council Thursday agreed to approve a property transfer resolution that welcomes a large industrial expansion for the city.
Gainesville Planning and Appeals members heard both sides Tuesday night and decided to postpone action on a request to rezone an entire neighborhood.
The Gainesville school board was blasted at its Monday night work session for firing Superintendent Dr. Steve Ballowe last week, but one board member said now is the time for unity.
Hall County taxpayers could decide on election day in November if they want county bills sent to them twice a year instead of once a year.
The 40th annual Cracker Fly-In at Gainesville’s Lee Gilmer Airport Saturday enjoyed good weather, plenty of spectators and visitors and for everyone, a journey back to the past and into the future of aviation.
An estimated 10,000 people did not let bumper to bumper traffic or the threat of a thundershower stop them from enjoying the American Legion July 4th fireworks show Friday night at Laurel Park.
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