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The coordinator of Georgia's Adopt-A-Stream program said Tuesday in Gainesville that out of 70,000 streams and rivers in the state, only a fraction are actively cared for and monitored by volunteers.
The City of Gainesville hopes to have its new industrial park ready for occupants by early next year. City council gave final approval to annexation, zoning and rezoning of the site on Barber and New Harvest Roads Monday morning.
Gainesville School Board Chairman David Syfan said Monday night that the board would wait until May to decide if a raised crosswalk should be installed at Enota Elementary School as an additional safety measure.
Gainesville State College students Monday heard opinions from three Iraq War veterans as the conflict approaches its fifth anniversary.
The head of the Public Defender Selection Committee for Gainesville/Hall County said Friday he is not happy with state senate committee passage of legislation affecting the indigent defense system.
An early evening fire sent firefighters to a house on Gainesville's east side Thursday.
Gainesville City Council Thursday agreed to consider giving local contractors preference, when possible, on city work.
Hall County commissioners said Thursday night they want to know the impact a new retirement plan could have on county employees.
The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce Business Showcase got underway Thursday at the Georgia Mountains Center, and at least one very well known personality showed up.
A former African official who fled from terror and genocide in his country told Gainesville State College students Wednesday that forgiveness and reconciliation is the only true path to peace.
Homeowners from financially strapped Seasons on Lanier Tuesday night fought and won a battle before the Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board against unwanted commercial development.
The Georgia Forestry Commission conducted a prescribed burn in woods on Belton Bridge Road in East Hall Tuesday in hopes of preventing future wildfires in the area.
Georgia's Deputy Economic Development Commissioner said Monday in Gainesville that Georgia tourism will have to hustle a little bit harder this year because of the economy.
Hall County School Board members filled three elementary school principal vacancies Monday night, two of them with local assistant principals who are moving up.
Hall County School Board members saluted their top JROTC Naval cadet Monday night.
Hall County Commissioners Monday agreed to wait for District Attorney Lee Darragh's investigative findings concerning alleged wrong doing in the Board of Tax Assessors office.
Dahlonega's downtown square turned into a Scottish/Irish village this weekend for the First Annual Celtic Music Festival.
A historic hotel in Gainesville is getting some landscaping help from the Boy Scouts.
Dawson, Forsyth and Lumpkin County citizens turned out to have a look at the state Department of Transportationís State Route 400 Corridor study Thursday.
Downtown Flowery Branch got rid of its old power poles and overhead wires Wednesday with the installation of underground power and new decorative street lights.
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