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Work is slated to begin this summer on City View Plaza with City Council's first reading approval Tuesday night of the multi-million dollar Planned Unit Development.
Hall County Sheriff’s investigators late Tuesday afternoon uncovered a marijuana grow house north of Gainesville with an estimated $3 million crop.
Homeowners who live along the Mulberry River in south Hall County near Braselton Monday night battled against a planned shopping center across the river from them at the Hall County Planning Commission meeting.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement held a multi-state graduation Monday in Hall County for 37 law officers who finished a five-week training course in how to identify criminals and immigration violators.
A horse drawn caisson and a 21-gun salute from the Hall County Sheriff’s Honor Guard honored the passing of former Sheriff Ed England Friday in Gainesville at Memorial Park Cemetery.
Gainesville Hall County community leaders Wednesday heard a business plan for Smithgall Woodland Garden that promises a $1 million economic impact beginning next year.
The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce inaugurated its ‘Century of Business Vision’ Wednesday by announcing plans for a centennial legacy in Gainesville at its celebration Breakfast at the Civic Center Tuesday morning.
The pluses in Georgia’s farm economically outlook could be easily countered by the ‘minuses,’ according to the University of Georgia’s Director for the Center of Agribusiness and Economic Development.
The drought that continues to plague Georgia may end next year but don't look for it to be over this year, the state climatologist told a meeting in Gainesville Tuesday.
Gainesville State College’s ‘Politically Incorrect’ Club Monday heard from Hall County Ron Paul supporters who urged the students to think for themselves and do their own research.
A Gainesville minister who is retiring after 50 years in the pulpit was honored Sunday.
A big Planned Residential Development that was denied last year won zoning approval Thursday night from the Hall County Commission.
Gainesville State College students got an answer to the question, ‘Does racism still exist’ Wednesday during a panel discussion honoring slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King.
Hall County Commissioners hope to install more boat ramps on Lake Lanier very soon, thanks to the Governor’s "Go Fish" initiative.
Gainesville paid a chilly Monday afternoon homage to the memory of slain Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. in an annual MLK Day march that began downtown on Washington Street.
Youngsters on Ridgewood Avenue turned artistic when they saw all that snow outside Saturday: it was time to recreate Frosty the Snowman, southern style.
Gainesville Police and firefighters responded to a Thompson Bridge Road accident just as afternoon drive time traffic was beginning to build up on the busy north-south four lane.
Gainesville Hall County supporters for Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee waved campaign posters at passing motorists Friday on the square downtown.
Gainesville economic forecaster Frank Norton Thursday night predicted some 'rough spots' but no recession because of Atlanta’s strong core real estate market moving into Northeast Georgia.
Georgia Attorney General Thurbert Baker, encouraged Brenau students to follow Martin Luther King’s example at the Gainesville university’s winter convocation honoring the slain civil rights leader Thursday.
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