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Flowery Branch City Council Wednesday approved on first reading an amendment to the city sign ordinance to regulate LED billboards; the question was how long the electronic displays should last.
A Gainesville Middle School student Tuesday got to tell city council what she would do if she was mayor.
Gainesville City Council Tuesday changed its position regarding a controversial zoning amendment to permit a gas station near the Seasons on Lanier active senior development on Browns Bridge Road.
A Hall County parent Monday night said he wanted steroids added to the list of drugs for random testing at Hall County schools at a public hearing on expanding the program to include student drivers with parking permits.
Hall County commissioners said Monday morning they are "on board" with an intergovernmental agreement, option to purchase and sale agreement for the new industrial park on New Harvest and Calvary Church roads near the new Hall County jail.
Thursday night was a night to thank all those who make the YMCA possible in Gainesville/Hall County.
Gainesville City Council Thursday agreed to the "best and fastest" way to solve the cityís shortage of industrial park space.
With Lake Lanier still 14 feet below full pool, stopping water waste was stressed again Wednesday night at the Water Conservation Seminar held at Flowery Branch High School.
A Gainesville neighborhood group told Planning and Appeals Board members Tuesday night they want help saving a north Gainesville neighborhood.
Gov. Sonny Perdue Tuesday in south Hall County on the shores of Lake Lanier signed a state bill into law to support future water storage development and planning.
The Hall County Board of Education passed first reading of the fiscal year 2009 budget Monday night.
Hall County school board members Monday night honored a graduating class from 50 years ago that never graduated from their high school.
It was an annual night of honors for Hall County educators during the Night of Honor at Chestatee High School.
Brenau Womenís College graduates received their diplomas at a 6 p.m. ceremony held Friday night at the Georgia Mountains Center.
Brenau Universityís commencement speaker said Friday night in Gainesville that time is on the side of relief providers to cyclone ravaged Myanmar (formerly Burma), but time is running out.
Hall County Commissioner Deborah Mack Thursday night called for a "ramping up" of the investigation of the troubled tax assessor's board and an increase in the number of board members.
Gainesville City Council learned Thursday that Public Utilities could start providing water to new development projects.
Gainesville City Manager Bryan Shuler presented a balanced budget fiscal year 2009 budget to the city council Thursday morning with no tax increase, but he cautioned there are "yellow flags."
Flowery Branch Historic Preservation Commission members Wednesday approved the first step in a $15 million project to revitalize downtown.
The City of Flowery Branch released its 2009 $3 million budget draft Wednesday morning; City Manager Bill Andrew said itís balanced, with no expected tax increase, but itís going to take reserve funding.
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