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.
Despite a heavy late afternoon shower Saturday, the grassy expanse alongside the historic train depot in Flowery Branch was filled with families and the air with the music of bluegrass.
FLOWERY BRANCH - The City Council on Thursday passed revised alcohol ordinances and licensing fees.
The Flowery Branch Police Department will host "Fiddlin' at the Tracks," a free bluegrass concert and cookout featuring the band Nation & Blackwell on Saturday.
Chuck Ceccacci spent nine years as a Marine. Although no longer active, a Marine he remains.
City officials issued a declaration of local emergency Wednesday to avoid a reoccurrence of road and culvert failures.
Tucked away on the southern edge of Hall County, Friendship Elementary is quietly gaining national attention for its commitment to health and wellness.
FLOWERY BRANCH - City Council voted to pass alcohol ordinances Thursday that will allow private businesses greater decision-making on drink specials and decrease a proposed food-to-drink sales ratio.
Employment in food services continued to expand in May, according to Department of Labor statistics released in early June. If all goes according to plan, Steak 'n Shake co-owners' Matthew Meeks and Michael Stephens will add 100-plus jobs in Oakwood to that growth.
Hall County Fire Services wants to ensure little ones enjoy a safe summer, and will again host Camp LifeSavers during July at various county sites.
Flowery Branch City Council agreed Thursday to quickly repair damage to its citywide culvert system caused May 19 by heavy storms and flooding.
The Flowery Branch Spring Festival will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday in historic downtown Flowery Branch along Railroad Avenue and Main Street.
Flowery Branch City Council discussed three revised occupational tax rate structures designed to bring the city's business license fees more in line with the county and surrounding cities.
Common core, board transparency and fiscal accountability were the main topics discussed during a Thursday education forum for Board of Education candidates hosted by the Lanier Tea Party Patriots.
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