About a half-dozen city and Hall County leaders met Wednesday to continue developing a plan to better connect communities through a web of multiuse trails.
An ordinance to allow City Manager Bill Andrew to waive application fees to provide an additional incentive for businesses considering annexation received first reading Thursday by the Flowery Branch City Council.
Flowery Branch voters will be busier than most this fall: Two City Council seats and the mayor's post are being contested in the Nov. 5 municipal elections.
Aerocom USA celebrated the opening of its new 13,000-square-foot headquarters and training facility Thursday on Thurmon Tanner Parkway in Oakwood.
Flowery Branch redevelopment consultant Pond and Co. rolled out its proposed vision for the historic downtown Tuesday evening during its final community meeting.
Redevelopment consultant Pond and Co. presented Flowery Branch City Council an update Thursday night on plans for the city's future.
Concerns about a roundabout dominated Thursday's Department of Transportation meeting on the planned final phase of Ga. 347 construction in South Hall County.
Candidates for mayor and the Post 5 seat on City Council gave reasons Monday why each would be the best fit for Flowery Branch's future.
Flowery Branch City Council approved hiring Pond & Co. Thursday night to make the area more bicycle friendly.
OAKWOOD - Hall County welcomed the state's first manufacturer from the Czech Republic on Monday, as local and international dignitaries assembled for the custom automotive fabricator's official grand opening.
Flowery Branch City Council approved a resolution Thursday to adopt an urban redevelopment plan.
Road Atlanta's upcoming Petit Le Mans on Oct. 16-19 is considered the largest international sporting event in Georgia, welcoming its legions of fans to stay, play and spend in the area.
Flowery Branch City Council received its first status report by Pond & Co. on its marketing and redevelopment analysis for the city.
Newly installed signs along Interstate 985 announcing the Lanier Islands Parkway exit have been raising questions about the status of Ga. 347's official name.
City Council members Thursday night debated whether the mayor and council members should receive per diem pay for meetings and appearances beyond regularly scheduled meetings.
Flowery Branch police officers responded to a call Friday about an abandoned child at the Quad Oaks Apartments, and not only found the 2-year-old alone, but an indoor marijuana-growing operation potentially worth $8,000.
Vulcan Construction Materials, owner of the working quarry bounded by Hog Mountain, Blackjack and Swansey roads in Flowery Branch, is seeking to grow its footprint, expanding operations by about 40 acres.
Speakers from the public, private and institutional sectors at Tuesday's Career Success Day used different methods to share their messages.
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