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Flowery Branch celebrated the arrival of 'Santa' Saturday
A Northeast Georgia Medical Center radiologist says new "smart" machines and radiation reductions for children are aimed at protecting patients from too much exposure from CT or CAT scans.
On the square merchants in downtown Gainesville are banking on turn of the century charm and a unique shopping atmosphere to bring the buyers this season.
Landowners and homeowners looked for their property on a big DOT map this Thursday afternoon at Riverbend Elementary School.
Gainesville is on target with the state’s mandated ten percent water use reduction because of the drought.
Lakeview Academy parents in Gainesville Wednesday night learned the importance of connecting with their children from a nationally known expert.
The man who oversees the operation of Lake Lanier says recent rains have made it possible to reduce the flow of water out of the lake.
Upset homeowners got their chance to speak up about Oakwood’s rezoning of annexed property on Martin Road Monday night during a public hearing and called city council meeting.
All lanes of Athens Highway at Gaines Mill Road reopened around 3:30 Monday afternoon after the four-lane was shut down because of an accident involving a dump truck.
Shoppers jammed stores from Gainesville to Buford before dawn Friday to grab discounted TVs, toys and the hard-to-find Nintendo Wii, for the official start of the holiday season.
Students took a trip back in time this Friday at the Northeast Georgia History Center.
Flowery Branch got into the holiday spirit tonight Thursday night with its first Thanksgiving Christmas Tree Lighting behind the historic train depot hosted by Better Hometown.
Flowery Branch City Council Wednesday learned how much new development the city's new Tax Allocation District or TAD could bring to town.
A ten percent water reduction is in the future for Flowery Branch because of the continuing drought.
The Children’s Place is a much happier place thanks to a major sprucing up and lots of new toys in the pediatric unit at Northeast Georgia Medical Center.
Gainesville’s Flat Creek Water Treatment plant, once a problem for the city, is now a second place national winner for clean water recognition presented Tuesday before City Council.
The new head of the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) was in Hall County Tuesday morning and appealed to local officials to help meet the transportation challenges facing the state.
Gainesville School Board members instructed Superintendent Steve Ballowe Monday night to give them a job description for a system wide athletic director.
Opposition to two major residential proposals was strong Monday night but Hall Planning Commissioners approved both of them.
Gainesville area families and children Sunday learned where to turn for help and also have a good time during National Family Week at the Warren Featherbone Center.
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