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Jerry Gunn

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Recent Articles by Jerry Gunn

  • Mid-afternoon wreck ties up Thompson Bridge motorists
    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.
  • Huckabee supporters show up in downtown Gainesville
    Gainesville Hall County supporters for Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee waved campaign posters at passing motorists Friday on the square downtown.
  • Norton: Rough spots but no Northeast Georgia recession
    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's Attorney General urges Brenau students to pursue MLK's 'dream'
    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.
  • Snow leads to closed schools, cancelled flights
    The Atlanta airport has canceled flights and more than a dozen school systems are closed across north Georgia today as the effects of a wintry mix of snow, sleet and rain linger.
  • Longwood Cove rehab slated for February
    Gainesville City Council gave the go-ahead Tuesday night for the long awaited $2-million rehabilitation of Longwood Cove on Lake Lanier in the city.
  • Gainesville City Council approves new group home
    Gainesville City Council Tuesday night approved a special use request in a residential area for a new group home to house recovering substance abusers.
  • Hall BOE approves South Hall redistricting plan
    The Hall County Board of Education (BOE) Monday night approved new school attendance zones for some South Hall schools.
  • Lanier student recognized for using the Heimlich Maneuver
    Hall County School Board members Monday night acknowledged that you're never too young to learn how to save a life by giving a certificate of recognition to a 5th grade student from Lanier Elemenatary School.
  • New Gainesville BOE members initiate changes; board okays charter application
    Gainesville’s two new school board members initiated changes as they followed their first meeting agenda at the annual school board retreat Saturday - and the board okayed the charter school system application.
  • Hall Commission sticks by its county administrator
    The Hall County Commission majority voted to stick by County Administrator Jim Shuler Thursday night.
  • Hall Commissioners approve Hagen Creek
    Hall County Commissioners Thursday night approved what Commissioner Steve Gailey said could become a small city in his district, the giant planned commercial/residential development called Hagen Creek.
  • Lake group's Perry ponders real reason for 'water wars'
    The executive vice president of the Lake Lanier Association said Thursday the true motive behind the tri-state water wars might be economic competition.
  • Fog cancels Perdue's Gainesville 'fly-around' stop
    Governor Sonny Perdue was a "no show" at Lee Gilmer Memorial Airport for a noontime fly-in Thursday. The reason: bad weather.
  • North Metro Water District supports statewide water plan
    A Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce audience at Lake Lanier Islands Thursday morning heard that legislators need to make sure they put money behind the state’s first ever water plan.
  • Darragh says he wasn't privy to waiver of death penalty in Hilton case
    The chief prosecutor in Dawson County says he was not privy to discussions that led a prosecutor in another jurisdiction to waive the death penalty against Gary Hilton.
  • Planners override staff; OK annexation/rezoning request
    The Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board Tuesday night bypassed a staff recommendation for denial on an annexation/and zoning request to build a shopping center near a residential area on Memorial Park Drive.
  • Rezoning for $35M development in downtown Gainesville OK'd
    Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board members Tuesday night unanimously approved rezoning for a $35 million development thatpromises to "open up downtown."
  • Chambliss says U.S. must drill its own oil
    Georgia’s senior U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss told Gainesville business and government leaders Tuesday to expect higher fuel prices until America redevelops its own fuel resources.
  • Georgia flag with a Navy mission visits Hall County
    A Georgia state flag with a special mission drew a resolution from the Hall County Commission Monday.
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