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District engineer Bayne Smith reeled off a list of area transportation projects - particularly bridgework - planned or under way in Hall County to an audience meeting today at University of North Georgia-Gainesville.
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Officials in Hall County have confirmed their second rabies case this year. The Georgia Public Health Lab Virology Section in Decatur has confirmed that a raccoon found in the Bridge Drive area of north Hall County had the disease.
12 hrs ago | WDUN-AM Gainesville
The North Georgia Community Foundation Board of Directors announces the addition of five new board members: Tim Darrah, Rob Fowler, Rusty Hopkins, Lona Paulos-Pope and Kevin J. Tallant.
An ex-jailer from the Hall County Sheriff's Office has been indicted on a felony charge of violation of oath by a public officer and two misdemeanor counts of simple battery.
The Fannin County at North Hall baseball game, originally scheduled for 5:55 p.m. today in Gainesville has been postponed due to inclement weather.
Nearly four years after the plan first came to light, the massive anchor store at New Holland Marketplace on the east side of Gainesville has opened its doors.
The Gainesville Planning Commission on Tuesday recommended approving an amendment to an architectural zoning condition that would allow the diner, known for serving "Good Food Fast" 24/7/365, to open on the southwest corner of Clarks Bridge Road and Limestone Parkway.
Former Gainesville Police Chief Frank Hooper, left, former Hall County Sheriff Steve Cronic, center, and Rotary Club of Hall County member Lona Pope are working to have a monument to public safety personnel installed in Gainesville's Roosevelt Square.
The power outage in North Hall County on Saturday night remains under investigation, said Craig Heighton, public affairs director for Georgia Transmission Corp. A piece of equipment called a swivel that was holding up a section of power line failed in an area off Sardis Church Road, allowing the line to sag into another power line, breaking some ... (more)
Whisper it, but maybe we've turned the corner to spring once and for all. The calendar looks it, the area sports schedule looks it, and -- finally -- the weather may look like it for more than two days in a row.
The monthly Family Day on Sunday at the Northeast Georgia History Center in Gainesville recognized the 200-year anniversary of the end of the War of 1812.
State lawmakers have stripped language from a bill that would have given a newly created Gainesville Convention and Visitors Bureau Authority power to issue bonds, purchase property and hire personnel without oversight from the City Council.
Gainesville officials explained to residents Saturday at an advisory meeting how low-income individuals can go about getting government assistance for a cornerstone achievement - owning a home.