Recent Articles by Jerry Gunn
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'GrandPappy Airlines' made its debut at INK, the Interactive Neighborhood for Kids, in Gainesville on Monday, New Year's Eve.
Lake Lanier's low level is a silver lining for one Hall County bait and tackle dealer, who says the fishing is great.
A Georgia Retired Educators Association museum to honor Georgia education and its educators is to locate in Gainesville/Hall County.
Northeast Georgia motorists got a driving tip from the National Weather Service Friday afternoon: slow down, turn on your headlights on low beam and leave plenty of distance ahead of you.
A Lula woman was injured in that one-car accident that occurred shortly after noon Thursday on Cleveland Highway near Honeysuckle Road.
Retailers opened earlier than ever on the day after Christmas on Wednesday and slashed prices with hopes of salvaging a holiday season that is falling short of already modest expectations.
I met a young fellow a few days ago who brought back to me what Christmas is supposed to be all about.
Flowery Branch police took some deserving children shopping Saturday three days before Christmas in what they hope will become an annual event.
A Gainesville car dealership Friday helped a Christmas wish come true for two families who needed cars.
A group of Hall County High School builders calling themselves Habitat High have built a house for a family who needs one just in time for Christmas in Gainesville’s Cooley Drive Redevelopment area.
Gainesville Mayor Bob Hamrick said Thursday the long-planned dredging of Longwood Cove could get underway as early as next month.
A handful of districts in Georgia, including Gainesville's, are taking advantage of a new state law that allows public school systems to convert entirely to charter schools.
It was the last meeting for two long time Gainesville School Board members Monday night.
The Hall County Planning Commission Monday night unanimously approved the biggest development in the county’s history, a mixed-use master planned community called Hagen Creek.
A candle lighting service was held Sunday night in Flowery Branch for those who have lost a child.
A Gainesville City Councilman wants to make it a bit easier on new restaurants that sell a cocktail or glass of wine.
Hall County Commissioners Thursday night voted to deny a giant mixed-use development on Price Road.
City planners feel Gainesville's tree ordinance needs to be much stronger and they pitched the idea to the city council recently.
Veteran Hall County sheriff's captain Avery Niles was sworn in Thursday night as warden of the Hall County Corrections institution.
Hall County Sheriff Steve Cronic and his courthouse deputies played Santa Wednesday to needy area children in need of a bike for Christmas.
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