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Jerry Gunn

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Recent Articles by Jerry Gunn

  • HCC delays action on tax assessors office allegations pending DA's investigation
    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 celebrates Celtic heritage and music
    Dahlonega's downtown square turned into a Scottish/Irish village this weekend for the First Annual Celtic Music Festival.
  • Boy Scout landscapes Gainesville's historic Piedmont Hotel
    A historic hotel in Gainesville is getting some landscaping help from the Boy Scouts.
  • DOT shows future of Highway 400
    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 going 'underground'
    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.
  • Flowery Branch council postpones meeting minutes
    Flowery Branch City Council voted Wednesday to hold off approving some contentious meeting minutes because of what one council member said were erroneous, even potentially libelous, statements recorded in them.
  • Gainesville's new fire chief fulfilling a 'life-long dream'
    Gainesville Fire Chief Jon Canada officially dropped the word 'interim' from his title Tuesday night when he was sworn in as the city's new top firefighter.
  • Gainesville Council says yes to industrial annexation/rezoning
    There was no public opposition and with their unanimous yes first reading vote Gainesville City Council annexed and rezoned a new 230-acre industrial park site Tuesday night.
  • Tree falls on Gainesville house as occupant watches during thunderstorm
    That severe thunderstorm warning and the weather that brought it made its presence known Tuesday afternoon in Gainesville and surrounding Hall County.
  • Lanier Tech GOAL winner says tragic accident inspired her
    Lanier Technical Collegeís 2008 GOAL winner said Tuesday at the Gainesville Civic Center that a year ago tragedy inspired her to further her education as a firefighter.
  • Flowery Branch High 'High Roller' gets school board applause
    Flowery Branch High School students drew Hall School Board recognition Monday night for their National recognition as finalists in the National Engineering Design Challenge recently in Washington D.C.
  • EHHS looking at a 'studio classroom'
    Educators from East Hall High School Monday night got the go-ahead from school board members to get cost estimates for a "creativity center and studio class room."
  • Hall School Board views World Languages Academy as redistricting alternative
    Hall County School Board members expect to vote next week on a move toward eliminating school districts with the new World Languages Academy setting up at Chestnut Mountain Elementary School.
  • Local art featured at Quinlan Gala Art Auction
    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.
  • Medical Foundation's Nell Wiegand honored
    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.
  • Lula gets county money for veterans park
    Hall County Commissioners Thursday night approved the City of Lula's request for a new veterans park.
  • Gainesville City Council agrees to easing water restrictions
    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.
  • Stork Gamco signs with Quick Start
    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 celebrates 60 years
    United Way of Hall County celebrated its 60th anniversary Wednesday and announced that the 2007 campaign goal was met.
  • Gainesville-Hall transit plan draws public comment
    People who appeared at Tuesday nightís 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.
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