Monday July 24th, 2017 2:51AM

Ken Stanford

Ken  Stanford
Advance voting for runoff elections begins Monday
Advance voting for runoff elections in Georgia begins Monday, and while there are no local races to be voted on in Hall County that is not true in several adjacent counties.
9:41AM ( 12 years ago )
Tom Bower II dies
Funeral services will be held Sunday for Tom Bower II, a well-known Gainesville businessman, who died Friday at Lanier Park Hospital.
1:53PM ( 12 years ago )
Hall United Way campaign chair named
Emily Bagwell has been named to chair this year's United Way of Hall County campaign.
8:50AM ( 12 years ago )
GTA season lineup announced
The Gainesville Theatre Alliance (GTA) has announced the lineup for its 2004-05 - and it includes three Mainstage productions, one WonderQuest presentation, and a couple of touring company productions.
8:44AM ( 12 years ago )
Road rage victim to be buried Sunday
The White County man who was the innocent victim of an apparent act of road rage on I-985 Wednesday will be buried this weekend.
5:53AM ( 12 years ago )
Hall Democrats gather to hear from Edwards
About 30 people gathered late Wednesday at Hall County Democratic Party heaquarters to participate in a conference call with the party's vice presidential candidate John Edwards.
1:44PM ( 12 years ago )
Jet Ski object of DNR investigation
State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) rangers are looking for a Jet Ski that almost rammed a fishing boat on Lake Lanier earlier this week.
9:26AM ( 12 years ago )
Shift in traffic coming to McEver Road Extension
The widening of McEver Road Extension is now ready to shift traffic to the newly constructed lanes with work shifting to the old lanes.
12:06AM ( 12 years ago )
Toccoa Falls College tract to be site of new homes
The Norton Agency's Native Intelligence Market Watch reports that 300 acres belonging to Toccoa Falls College may be developed into a residential community called Toccoa Falls Estates.
9:26PM ( 12 years ago )
Book on history of Gainesville blacks published
The daily lives of African-American residents in Hall County are recorded in a newly published pictorial history by Linda Hutchens and Ella Jean Smith, both of Gainesville.
2:20PM ( 12 years ago )