Despite a tough budget year and increasing fuel prices, Gainesville's budget will still pull through with a surplus.
Brian Kelly can't believe he has served at the helm of Gainesville's police department for a year already.
Fair Street and Newtown residents are one step closer to preserving the residential feel of their neighborhood.
It's time for downtown Gainesville merchants to watch where they park.
Hall County is changing the process for collecting impact fees.
Four Atlanta-based firms have submitted proposals to redevelop 4 acres of downtown Gainesville.
When a class of Brenau University students graduated at the Georgia Mountains Center last year, four men lifted a classmate in her wheelchair onto the stage to accept her diploma.
The number of building permits in Gainesville is on the rise, a good sign for the economy, city officials noted recently.
Christy Kunkel knows her daughter's life has purpose.
It's time to stick up for those who can't afford a lawyer, a Gainesville attorney told fellow judicial system colleagues at Friday's Law Day 2011 luncheon.
On Friday evening, Gainesville City Council member George Wangemann and 20 of his fellow church members headed from Gainesville to Alabama to help victims of the recent tornadoes.
Thursday's Cinco de Mayo celebration was a party on the square.
A statewide task force on downtowns may find a way to help Gainesville's square pull through the economic downturn.
Main Street Gainesville officials are trying a new tradition to test how open container events could work on the downtown square.
Hall County is taking a few steps forward in pursuing the Glades Farm Reservoir project.
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