Gov. Nathan Deal appointed two Gainesville men to state board this week.
Gov. Nathan Deal appointed Joseph John Reed of Gainesville to the Georgia State Board of Dispensing Opticians on Friday.
ATLANTA - Georgia's controversial new immigration bill is now law.
A statewide task force on downtowns may find a way to help Gainesville's square pull through the economic downturn.
They may be off the clock, but area state representatives took time Friday to check in with the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.
State lawmakers know how to work hard, and some also know how to play hard.
ATLANTA - The list of education bills came straight from the GOP playbook: vouchers, charter schools, teacher performance, parental empowerment. But each one failed this year, even with a near super-majority for the Republican party under the Gold Dome.
A retired University of Georgia administrator is the sole finalist to become the new chancellor of the University System of Georgia, the state Board of Regents announced Friday.
Georgia's criminal justice system must change, Gov. Nathan Deal said Friday as he signed legislation in his son's Hall County courtroom.
Gov. Nathan Deal appointed two Hall County men to state boards Friday, including the son of one of his business partners.
The General Assembly passed the 2012 budget last week, but state lawmakers are still looking for ways to trim costs.
It's finally time for politicians to create a smaller state government, says a Hall County lawmaker.
The morning after the 2011 legislative session ended, Gov. Nathan Deal was busy.
As politicians and political scientists begin to measure the success of the 2011 legislative session, they're noting what was accomplished during a relatively quiet 40 days.
As a tough immigration law heads to Gov. Nathan Deal's desk for approval, Hall County residents and businesses are beginning to wonder how the changes will affect them.