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Concerns about the potential for violations and lack of oversight regarding the Hall County elections office have prompted local officials to push for a bill in the Georgia General Assembly to create a new board to supervise elections and voter registration.
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Jennifer Jade Taylor, 32, and Thomas Earl Smith, 41, were charged with possession of methamphetamine with the intent to distribute.
A bill placing a cap on the maximum out-of-pocket costs for orally administered chemotherapy treatments passed the state Senate on Thursday.
Gainesville school leaders continue to consider a policy change that would decrease the amount of credits high school students need to graduate.
The Gainesville Public Works Department presented its goals and priorities to the city council for the coming fiscal year on Thursday, but its funding requests remain to be determined, Director David Dockery said.
Funeral services for University of North Georgia nursing student and women's golfer LeeAnn Noble will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at First United Methodist Church on Thompson Bridge Road in Gainesville.
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church is hosting its annual Benefit Car Show and Breakfast Saturday, March 15, 8:00-1:00 at the church located at 600 South Enota Drive in Gainesville.
The Gwinnett Braves have announced the recipients of their $1,000 grants for the months of January and February.
The Hall County Chapter of the UGA Alumni Association will "be on the move" at the annual Chamber Chase 5K and two-mile Wellness Walk on Thursday, March 27 at Riverside Military Academy in Gainesville.
Roni Nash suits up Thursday night for the fourth and final self-defense class taught by her mother Jeannie Nash at the University of North Georgia's Gainesville campus.
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.
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.
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.