The Hall County Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing Thursday before voting on an odor mitigation plan for the Gainesville Waste and Recycling landfill.
More than 50 Gainesville residents who have requested city water service will get it if the City Council approves it Tuesday.
The point of desperation for Jeff Bagwell happened more than a year ago when he came home from his job delivering pizzas to find all his wife and two kids had to eat was peanut butter and ramen noodles.
Enough green space already, some Fair Street neighborhood residents seemed to say about Gainesville's plan to add a small pocket park to the area.
Gainesville City Council members heard a presentation updating them on the city's housing survey and inventory at Thursday's work session meeting.
Hall County almost had a new agreement with the city of Lula that got rid of many things it seemed to dislike in the original 2006 agreement. But when county officials had almost everything they wanted, they walked away from an agreement they tried so hard to change.
Bingo was the top game residents of the Tower Heights public housing apartments wanted to see at the planned community center in the building recently vacated by a nonprofit adult day care facility.
Matthew Greenway and his wife are building their home in Gillsville, but rain keeps getting in the way.
The city of Gainesville can help nine homebuyers with a down payment for a house, said Chris Davis, Housing Division Manager.
Northeast Georgians are waiting and watching with hope that the U.S. Congress' efforts at immigration reform will make life better for them.
Northeast Georgia business leaders are jumping for joy at legislation U.S. Rep Doug Collins, R-Gainesville, has introduced that would reduce fees levied on some businesses at marinas collected by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
In a surprise move Thursday night, Hall County commissioners "fired" the city of Lula from partnering with the county to provide sewer capacity to the Gateway Industrial Centre.
Hall County officials have promised $150,000 to the Gainesville/Hall '96 Foundation for the 1996 Lake Lanier Olympic Center, but they still have to vote on using the funds.
"Yikes," seemed to sum up the response of Gainesville residents to the idea of voting in six elections next year.
Hall County Commissioner Craig Lutz intends to run for higher office.