Recent Articles by Jerry Gunn
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Domestic Violence Awareness Month began at the Hall County Courthouse Tuesday with the awareness that it is still a huge and threatening problem.
A Georgian who recently celebrated his Indian heritage at Fort Yargo State Park near Winder says a sizable part of the state's population is descended from the Native Americans.
The H.E.A.T. is on in Hall Couny in more ways than one - and three brand new patrol cars are on now the road to head off highway tragedies.
Sunday in Flowery Branch is Annie Duke Day, proclaimed for a lady who found a good use for kudzu blossoms.
Oakwood mayor Lamar Scroggs would like to see the state move up the timetable for constructing a new interchange on I-985 in South Hall.
Gainesville City Councilman Danny Dunagan says he expects a solution soon to the Clarks Bridge boat ramp problem.
Gainesville City Council heard a concern and a security request from district U.S. Marshal Dick Mecum Thursday that could lead to fewer parking spaces downtown.
It was the first day of August, and the first day of classes for Jefferson city schools' 2550 students.
Forsyth County moved closer last week to getting a new jail and sheriff's headquarters and that was encouraging news for Sheriff Ted Paxton.
A Scottish fashion design student attending Brenau University in Gainesville said before she headed home this week that the terrorist attack on her country disturbed her.
One resident of the mobile home park where a man was shot and wounded by a Hall County deputy sheriff says the incident left her "quite shocked and a little nervous."
Northeast Georgia Medical Center in Gainesville broke ground on the new Women's and Children's Pavilion Thursday on the south side of the hospital.
The Gainesville City Council has approved construction of the Fair Street Neighborhood Center.
Several fire companies battled an early morning fire in western Hall County.
You may soon have less time to pay your City of Gainesville water bill after you receive the bill.
When something is declared endangered, that means it could disappear forever - and the Kennesaw Mountain battlefield in Marietta is now on the Civil War Historic Preservation list of endangered battlefields.
A nearly $30 million budget proposal was presented to the Gainesville City Council by City Manager Bryan Shuler Thursday.
When something is declared endangered, that means it could disappear forever - the Kennesaw Mountain battlefield in Marietta is now on the Civil War Historic Preservation list of endangered battlefields. (To read Jerry's column, click on
Gainesville Mayor Bob Hamrick said Thursday he expects City Council to consider a city ban on chaining dogs when it meets Tuesday.
I remember a little hand game I was taught in Sunday school. Perhaps you were taught it as well.
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