Gainesville residents may not pay water rate increases to help fund the planned Glades Reservoir in Hall County, but they could still wind up on the hook down the road.
Hall County residents get an extra day to pay their property taxes this year.
Gainesville is considering supporting Hall County's planned Glades Reservoir if it won't raise water rates for the city's water customers.
Hall County senior services may get an infusion of cash to make up for federal budget cuts, but a state-imposed waiting list on the Meals on Wheels program stays for now.
In the war over water in the Chattahoochee River, Georgia is staking out the high ground. Gov. Nathan Deal's administration recently announced it would directly invest up to $40 million in three reservoir projects critical to securing the state's future water supply as the population grows. One of those is the planned Glades Reservoir in Hall County, an 850-acre reservoir that would sit on Upper Chattahoochee River Basin in North Hall, above Lake Lanier. Georgia ...
The Lake Lanier Olympic Center may soon get an infusion of tax dollars to restore it to its former glory.
Gainesville will have extra money in its fiscal year 2014 budget, but revenues and expenses are likely to be a wash in 2015.
Some Southeast Hall County residents were irate after the Hall County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved the expansion of the Gainesville Quarry.
A Georgia Water Coalition report released Wednesday criticized Hall County's planned Glades Reservoir and local poultry plants for endangering Georgia water and polluting the environment.
Many nonprofits in Hall County hope people go to the Georgia Gives Day website today to donate to their organization.
Nine Hall County residents made their plea for the county to adopt an anti-tethering law Monday at the Hall County Board of Commissioners work session.
Tax equity payments to the cities in Hall County shrank significantly in fiscal year 2012, and they want to know why.
The votes were cast last week, and Gainesville residents soon will see one new face on their City Council and a familiar face in a slightly new role.
Food and transportation for the elderly hang in the balance as the Gainesville-Hall County Community Service Center faces more federal budget cuts.
Lorry and Sherrie Schrage were honored Thursday as philanthropists of the year at a luncheon hosted by the North Georgia Community Foundation.
Special Olympics Georgia is looking for hundreds of volunteers to help with an event in Hall County next fall.
Hall County may save months and millions of dollars to provide sewer to the Ga. 365 corridor by not building a new sewer treatment plant in North Hall.
Gainesville City Council members said they had to approve an ordinance Tuesday night allowing guns in city parks.
The Hall County Planning Commission approved a large planned development Monday for the Ga. 365 corridor that concerned the panel last month.
Gainesville City Council is working to update its law on guns in parks to comply with a 2010 state law allowing the carrying of a firearm as long as the person has a valid carry license.
When Kay Lord accidently flipped her car over, it ended up saving her life.
The Good News at Noon shelter has less than 30 days to raise $209,000 so it can expand its community services.
While some families gathered to eat turkey and give thanks, others volunteered time or cooking skills Thursday to make sure other Hall County residents enjoyed a Thanksgiving Day meal.
For some Gainesville residents such as Lisa, buying food for Thanksgiving means saving her food stamp money so she can contribute to her family's meal.
Hundreds of Hall County residents turned out Monday morning to hear from a panel of professionals and members of the U.S. House of Representatives Oversight and Government Reform Committee on how the Affordable Care Act is affecting local doctors, insurance companies, small business owners and families.
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After Leslie McRoberts worked in hospitality for three years, she had earned 75 cents more an hour than when she started. Now, she's at Brenau University working on a master's degree in hopes of earning more in the future.
Despite Hall County's September agreement with Gainesville to service the Gateway Industrial Centre in North Hall, Lula's role in treating wastewater for that portion of the county remains a point of contention.
The Peach State is producing far more blueberries than peaches, said Georgia Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black.
Rhett Lamar Conner waited for the Red Rabbit bus Wednesday afternoon at a new bus stop near Brenau University.