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It was time again for Navy ROTC Dress parade at East Hall High School Friday morning.
Hall County's "Kids for Water Conservation" got a commendation in a proclamation presented by County Commission Billy Powell Thursday night.
Hall County Commissioners Thursday night agreed to look at bringing a temporary halt to new development because of the drought.
A Lawrenceville doctor had no better luck Tuesday night with Gainesville City Council than he did with Planning and Appeals a few weeks ago in locating a medical office in a south Gainesville neighborhood.
Gainesville City Council unanimously approved tougher water conservation restrictions Tuesday night with some exemptions.
Beginning next year Hall County employees will pay more for health insurance if they choose to continue smoking under a proposal reviewed Monday by Hall County Commissioners.
Hall County School Board members indicated Monday night they expect to vote next Monday on a request to sell land for a new Boys and Girls club next to Lyman Hall Elementary School.
Gainesville knows where to go to do early Christmas shopping with the proceeds going to a good cause.
Gainesville, as of Thursday, has to get along with less water from Lake Lanier.
Just about every Halloween character you know of, and a couple you don't, turned out on the downtown Gainesville Square this Halloween afternoon for Trick or Treat.
Oakwood officials projected city growth and Hall School system officials projected growth impact during a joint luncheon meeting Tuesday at City Hall.
A kitchen fire damaged a home at 599 North Avenue near the Northside Drive intersection Friday afternoon.
The Tuesday sentencing of a Gainesville teen convicted of killing an Athens Street restaurant employee is now set for Thursday morning.
Governor Sonny Perdue Saturday declared a state of emergency in 85 north Georgia counties - including Forsyth and Hall - and asked President Bush to declare the state a major disaster area as it copes with a historic drought.
A two-vehicle wreck on Highway 365 that injured three people held up traffic in the southbound lanes Thursday afternoon. One person,identified as Aurel Balaban of Dacula was lifeflighted from the scene to Grady Hospital.
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.
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