A partnership between Gainesville City Schools and Lanier Technical College has the double benefit of bringing more adult education classes to Gainesville, as well as an option for high school students who want to get a jump-start on their college education.
Hall County Board of Education Post 2 member Brian Sloan announced Thursday his intention to run again for the position.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners is not guilty of any "prosecutable" violations of open meetings laws related to how it manages its agenda, the state attorney general's office said after an investigation last month.
Drainage issues continue to plague the Gainesville High gym, but fixes being made over the next few weeks should prevent any future flooding problems.
Fair Street School has been open since October, but it looked like school officials were still moving in Wednesday as the media center stood nearly empty.
Georgia now has more than $50 million in the bank to promote and increase early childhood learning opportunities, with an overall goal of better preparing children for later academic success.
South Hall businessman and Republican Mark Pettitt announced Wednesday he plans to seek the Post 2 seat on the Hall County Board of Education, currently held by Brian Sloan.
An acre of property on Lanier Avenue in Gainesville is now residential-office, as opposed to strictly residential.
One week ago, Mike Banks and Georgia Mountain Food Bank Executive Director Kay Blackstock were already preparing for the 2014 Empty Bowl Lunch for the nonprofit.
A jury has been selected in the case of two North Georgia men facing federal charges in what prosecutors call a terror plot in which the men targeted U.S. cities and officials by conspiring and attempting to make the toxin ricin.
Gainesville school board members have approved a contract of employment with Wanda Creel, their choice to be the next city schools' superintendent.
A local shelter and food bank has received an extension to raise funds for expansion.
All a Georgia prisoner gets upon release is $25 and a bus ticket.
At 40 years old, Lendell wants to go back to school and become a certified personal trainer. He plans to use that certification as a stepping stone to go further in the health field, possibly as either a nutritionist or physical therapist.
A road-widening project of the Georgia Department of Transportation means some water work has to be done by the city of Gainesville.
Flowery Branch voters will head back to the polls in June to decide on new leadership.
Oakwood City Council members are in agreement that something must be done to address residential parking restrictions in the community.
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