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It was a black tie and evening gown event Saturday night at the Quinlan Visual Arts Center on Green Street in Gainesville for the 30th Annual Gala Art Auction.
Nell Wiegand was honored Thursday night for her lifetime of service to the Northeast Georgia Medical Center and upon her retirement as chairwoman of the Medical Center Foundation Board of Trustees.
Hall County Commissioners Thursday night approved the City of Lula's request for a new veterans park.
Gainesville City Council Thursday expressed support for an easing of water restrictions from Gov. Sonny Perdue - two weeks after the city's public utilities director gave the green light for outdoor water use under the state's revised guidelines.
A Gainesville food processing equipment manufacturer is in an expansion mode. That means new jobs, and that means a Quick Start training program at Lanier Technical College for the new workers.
United Way of Hall County celebrated its 60th anniversary Wednesday and announced that the 2007 campaign goal was met.
People who appeared at Tuesday night’s transit development plan public meeting at the Georgia Mountains Center told the planners better marketing and a route to serve Gainesville State College would get the Red Rabbit more riders.
Gainesville and Hall County Tuesday at the Gainesville Kiwanis Club meeting named the STAR students and teachers who will move on to district honors next month.
Motorsports Vehicle Tech students are getting some real ‘hands on’ experience with Richard Petty Driving Experience cars at Lanier Technical College.
A Brenau University Scholar-in-Residence, formerly a French diplomat, said Thursday night that the financial stimulus grant just passed by Congress is an election year "feel good" measure, nothing more.
Thursday night's stormy weather kept original members of the famed 'Tuskegee Airmen' away from Gainesville State College for a Black History observance, but their place in history was still recalled and remembered.
Flowery Branch City Council voted to appoint a former council member to the city's development authority Wednesday over a freshman council member's objections.
Gainesville Parks and Recreation Wednesday held a ‘dredge fest,’ complete with a bulldozer, to celebrate the groundbreaking on the Longwood Cove Restoration project.
Gainesville City Council Tuesday morning tabled an Airport Industrial Park lease assignment on property that has remained undeveloped since 1973.
Fast response by Gainesville firefighters Monday afternoon stopped an apartment fire from getting any worse in a west Gainesville apartment complex.
Gainesville area children and their parents celebrated President's day and a day off from school Monday as Career Days got underway at the Interactive Neighborhood for Kids (INK) museum on Chestnut Street.
Speed tables may not be popular with very many Gainesville motorists, but they are very popular with some Gainesville homeowners.
Around 60 church members and public officials gathered for the official groundbreaking of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints to serve Flowery Branch today Saturday.
Friday was Arbor Day, a time to celebrate Gainesville’s tree bounty and heritage, and this year, a time to be concerned about it.
Hall County firefighters may look forward to higher incentive pay under a restructuring plan approved Thursday night by the Hall County Commission.
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