LARP, as it was commonly called by local governments around Georgia, faded into history this week.
Flowery Branch City Council's thinning ranks have put the governing body one member away from being unable to conduct business.
A major South Hall traffic bottleneck has gotten some relief.
Gainesville has its Mule Camp Market and Dahlonega has Gold Rush Days.
While many area cities have signature events, the South Hall town of Oakwood has long lacked an event - or even a string of smaller ones - that brings carloads of visitors to town.
BUFORD - Some 30 years of shows and social gatherings - as well as extreme weather conditions - have put a beating on the amphitheater at Lake Lanier Islands' Presentation Pointe.
After the patriotic music and fanfare around their return had faded, Charlie Company soldiers could get down to the business of finding jobs.
Having already spent nearly three months back on U.S. soil didn't seem to spoil Saturday's homecoming celebration for Gainesville-based Charlie Company.
A parade and ceremony recognizing Gainesville's Charlie Company is set for today.
Flowery Branch has a new source for home-grown fruits and veggies.
After 26 years in the trenches, Todd McDuffie now leads the Georgia Department of Transportation's efforts in Northeast Georgia.
Gainesville City Council raised taxes Tuesday for fiscal 2011 to help meet requirements under a federal grant for fire department services.
A celebration is planned for Saturday welcoming the return this spring of Charlie Company, a Gainesville-based Georgia Army National Guard unit deployed in Afghanistan.
Flowery Branch's busy election season begins today.
Todd Long just traded in his Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck for a Toyota Corolla.
Gainesville Aid Project is headed into its fourth decade of a youth-oriented community service initiative, with some of the original members still in tow.
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