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With three out of five of Gainesville’s school board members present for Tuesday’s called meeting and Superintendent Steve Ballowe absent, the board approved a $7.5 million Tax Anticipation Note, or TAN, to tide the system over financially until tax revenues come in.
Gainesville area health care providers Tuesday took issue with a state report that rates Hall County minority health care from above average to extremely poor.
Hall County commissioners Monday agreed to authorize a discount drug program to help consumers save money on prescriptions.
Former employees of the Warren Featherbone Company gathered Saturday to recall old times and see what their childrens’ wear plant has become.
Potters from three states displayed their handcrafted wares Saturday to the tune of original mountain music in Homer at Banks County Middle School during the 8th Annual Pottery Show.
The future of Lake Lanier was the main topic at the Lake Lanier Association political forum Thursday night, and one Forsyth County commissioner announced that his board is taking the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to court.
Flowery Branch City Council Wednesday approved an increase in water rates, but the vote on that resolution was not unanimous.
It’s not every day that a fire chief presents a police chief and his entire department with an award, but it happened Tuesday during Gainesville’s City Council meeting.
Gainesville’s city budget is balanced, requires no tax increase and as of Tuesday, City Council gave it final approval, except for Councilman Bob Hamrick.
Gainesville City Council Tuesday morning heard a projected opening date for the Frances Meadows Center.
Gainesville school board members approved a tentative budget Monday night, as well as a lower-than-expected tax rate hike, as a taxpayer audience of 300-400 looked on.
The wet Scottish style weather Saturday in Blairsville did not stop or even slow down the 5th Annual Scottish Festival at Meeks Park.
Hall County commissioners saw a balanced FY 2009 budget Thursday night that calls for no tax rate increase, but there were still some issues raised about the document.
Gainesville City Council heard Thursday that the city is ready to begin work that will lead to a new parking deck downtown.
Gainesville City Manager Bryan Shuler Thursday morning recommended denial of the board of education’s request to waive the fee the city charges of processing and issuing tax bills.
Ribbon cuttings are usually for buildings; Flowery Branch cut the ribbon on its revitalized downtown Main Street Wednesday and then invited everyone to have ice cream.
Lula city council members learned Wednesday what they may continue to expect as far as meeting the requirements of the Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning District.
Embattled Gainesville School Superintendent Dr. Steve Ballowe picked up some support at Tuesday's city school board meeting where school officials continued to wrestle with a multi-million deficit.
The Hall County School Board Monday night passed its biggest budget yet for FY 2009,$217-million,but with a slightly reduced millage increase to support it.
Gainesville School Board members Monday agreed to organize their budget cut recommendations and forward them to system finance director Janet Allison.
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