The Hall County Board of Commissioners heard an upbeat financial update on its fiscal health at its meeting Thursday.
In case you were wondering, the five members of the Hall County Board of Commissioners really like today. So much so, in fact, that in Thursday's meeting they passed a motion by Commissioner Craig Lutz to honor it.
Three families were displaced Thursday morning when a fire broke out in a house in the 2700 block of Buena Vista Circle in Gainesville.
The city of Oakwood is the latest local government that is considering a no-tethering law, but Hall County government officials are reluctant to consider a similar measure, some residents say.
Hall County resident Teresa Owens said she's concerned about preserving whatever history remains in the planned Cherokee Bluffs Park in South Hall.
Clermont candidates for City Council answered residents' questions Tuesday night at the newly renovated Clermont Chattahoochee Center ahead of the November election.
Hall County Sheriff Gerald Couch said Monday he hopes to establish a full-service police precinct in Clermont.
About 200 county residents showed up for two controversial zoning requests Monday evening at the Hall County Planning Commission.
There are contested races for mayor in Gainesville and Flowery Branch, and contested city council races in Clermont and Flowery Branch, but voters don't seem too interested yet.
Some residents may have missed the chance to voice their opinions on issues voted on by the Hall County Board of Commissioners because the issue wasn't on an agenda for a public meeting.
The Gainesville/Hall '96 Foundation has finalized the job description for the newly created venue manager position at the Lake Lanier Olympic Center.
After nearly two years of fighting, mediation and mandated court "baseball" arbitration, it took Hall County and its cities just about four hours Thursday to agree on a new local option sales tax agreement.
Gainesville could see new jobs and tax revenue if a modified convention center were built in downtown.
With the possibility of losing local option sales tax revenue, Hall County and Gainesville have rushed this week to approve a new proposal for distribution of LOST revenues between the county government and its municipalities. But some Hall cities have decided not to sign off on the new agreement, which has the same distribution formula as that adopted in 2002.
The nearly two-year fight between Hall County and its cities over local option sales tax distribution may have ended Tuesday night, but there's no guarantee LOST revenues will continue to flow.