Conversion experiences are certainly supposed to be the business of churches. But one Gainesville-based church looking for a different kind of conversion is coming before the Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board tonight to get permission. Ciudad de Sion, a Spanish-language Pentecostal church, is looking to turn an old auto repair shop on the corner of Atlanta Highway and Hall Street into its new sanctuary. To do that, the church will have to be annexed into ...
The most recent changes to Hall County's proposed 2013 budget include a reduction in employee furlough days and reinstating contributions to employee retirement plans.
In breaking its previous annual record for collecting litter, Keep Hall Beautiful has picked up nearly 80,000 pounds of trash from the grounds of Hall County since last summer.
The latest proposal for Hall County's fiscal 2013 budget does not include a property tax increase.
Fees for late library books will go up next month for patrons of the Hall County Library System and others across the state just in time for summer reading season.
The news is hardly surprising to many retired residents who already are living here, but Gainesville will be listed as a top retirement destination in an upcoming national magazine.
City of Gainesville residents can expect an increase in property tax rates as Gainesville City Council passed a millage rate roll-up Tuesday for the next fiscal year.
City of Gainesville residents will get a chance to approach the podium tonight to sound off on their property tax rates.
It's not often that problems just float away on their own. But the stir over three sinking houseboats creating an unsightly scene on Lake Lanier may be nearing a resolution just in time for July Fourth fireworks. Property owner Ann G. Krummel has been under pressure by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to remove the boats, which are no longer seaworthy and are stuck across from North Hall's Laurel Park. Among other things, the ...
The economic picture for Georgia - like that of much of the country - is mixed at best, economists say.
An empty, aging eyesore sitting near the edge of downtown Gainesville soon will be no more. The old House of Kustom building, which sits on Broad Street near the corner of Maple Street, will be torn down to the cheers of downtown business and property owners. They say the building stands out against efforts to beautify downtown Gainesville. "I would think anyone would want to see an eyesore like that torn down," said Milton Robson, ...
A roll-up of Gainesville property tax rates seems likely at Tuesday's City Council meeting, but the vote tally is still in question.
Two new judges will be sworn in next week to fill the superior court seats vacated in controversies earlier this year in the Enotah Judicial Circuit.
Gainesville City Council will get a chance to weigh in on a proposed property tax rate roll-up today as it prepares to set the millage rate for the fiscal year 2013 budget.
Every 10 years, Georgia city government officials go to the table with their county government counterparts to figure out how to divide dollars from the local sales tax.