It's time for Gainesville residents to decide how they want their city to look in the future.
Despite another tough budget year, Gainesville and Hall County officials don't plan to merge services any time soon.
Gainesville and Hall County officials have agreed to delay mediation over Cedar Creek Reservoir until a more definite idea surfaces about the fate of Lake Lanier as a source of drinking water.
Nearly 30 engineering firms are interested in having some input in Hall County's Glades Farm project.
A new statewide commission with a Hall County representative will investigate how Georgia's public schools are funded.
The sirens you hear this morning are only a test.
There is nobody like Nell Whelchel Wiegand.
Gainesville City Council members are welcoming First Friday events to the downtown square.
A former Hall County Sheriff's Office investigator whose job was to look into allegations of misconduct within the agency pleaded guilty Monday to sexual battery involving a 3-year-old girl.
Gainesville may change the way pool rooms operate in the city.
Gainesville's public utilities department is increasing industrial surcharge fees for the first time in 15 years.
Hall County sent out more than 75,000 tax assessment notices to residents on Friday, but officials want to make sure they don't pay their taxes just yet.
Gainesville's budget may include a surplus from the current fiscal year, but city staff members are keeping an eye on how the economy will affect fiscal year 2012, which starts July 1.
An Athens Street business can welcome jazz and dancing for now, but not alcohol.
A group of Hall County residents are starting their efforts to recall Hall County Commissioner Craig Lutz.
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