Gainesville City Council is expected to consider a resolution next week that would support Hall County's application for state investment in developing the Glades Reservoir.
Hall County plans a public meeting Oct. 17 on its amendment to a regional wastewater plan.
Hall County recycling bins are turning bright pink to promote recycling, and some residents said they like the change.
Some major parts of the Affordable Care Act for employers are delayed until 2015, but that doesn't mean companies aren't looking at the new law and making decisions now on how they will offer health benefits in the future.
Hall County and Gainesville approved an agreement Monday to provide sewer service to the Ga. 365 corridor after the county spent nearly a year changing its mind on how to provide service to that area.
The city of Gainesville and Hall County have called a joint meeting today at 4 p.m. to discuss an intergovernmental agreement about sewer service.
The success of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act hinges in great part on the so-called "young invincibles."
Health problems dominate life at Nicole Walker's house on a dead-end street in Gainesville.
The Gainesville/Hall '96 Foundation has made considerable strides since its last meeting in August.
Last week, Hall County was trying to hammer out a deal on sewer with the city of Lula; this week, it's talking to the city of Gainesville.
A seminar on the new health care law and its impacts on Wednesday provided a lot of information, but not a lot of assurance it's the fix the system needs.
Gainesville City Council approved new solid waste standards at a short meeting Tuesday evening.
New details emerged Monday about a Gainesville man's recent operation of a home for mentally ill patients discharged from clinics such as Laurelwood Hospital at the Northeast Georgia Health System in Gainesville.
New Hall County property tax bills scheduled to go out next month have a new color scheme and style designed to help residents better understand their bills.
The Hall County Planning Commission approved a rezoning request by Kelley Gary to allow recreational vehicles and other commercial vehicles to park on his property.