OAKWOOD - Traveling to Oakwood's old town might take a little longer starting later this month.
Even as it is working to permit new docks on Lake Lanier, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is hoping to some day get rid of abandoned - and often unsightly - ones in an effort with the Lake Lanier Association.
Moving offices, reducing staff in a tough economy and dealing with a split with the city of Gainesville consumed much of the past 12 months for the Lake Lanier Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Defendants in Flowery Branch Municipal Court may soon be able to get legal advice on the spot, helping cases get disposed of quicker.
The flip chart heading asked for suggestions about existing roadways and new corridors.
Flowery Branch is looking at reversing a practice of charging all businesses operating on city sewer $180 per year to cover the costs of inspecting and testing grease traps.
FLOWERY BRANCH - Boy Scout Troop 228's new hut is almost open for business.
Larry Allen believes the economy, followed by the opening of the new Walmart off U.S. 129, have siphoned sales from the downtown square in Cleveland.
There's a world above and another just below the Queen City Parkway bridge in Gainesville.
Some $53 million in safety, resurfacing and bridge replacement projects are planned throughout Georgia, including some $6 million to $7 million for work in Northeast Georgia.
The Huey is back, and it has company this year.
A Gainesville woman seriously injured in a hit-and-run accident in Italy may return soon to the U.S., as a judge has signed off to allow her to leave the country.
What began 17 years ago as a covered dish picnic for fire and police employees has morphed into a community event complete with entertainment, long food lines and political speeches.
Friends and families fanned out across Hall County Sunday for a sunny and warm Fourth of July filled with cookouts, music, cooling off with a dip in Lake Lanier and, of course, fireworks.
Four cities typically pushing their own agendas in South Hall have joined together to pursue a federal grant that would force them to look beyond their boundary lines.
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Long-awaited work on a 2-mile stretch of heavily traveled McEver Road in Oakwood is inching closer to a projected summer start.
A traffic light might be on the way sooner than later on one of Hall County's busiest roadways and at one of its largest ...
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