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Thursday March 30th, 2017 8:35AM

Ken Stanford

Reporter
Ken  Stanford
Census Bureau: Hall's population increases 1.7 percent
The population of Hall County increased by 1.7 percent in the year ending last July 1, according to estimates recently released by the U.S. Census Bureau.
3:30PM ( 1 day ago )
Education News Roundup
News from area schools, colleges and universities.
10:30PM ( 3 days ago )
Georgia Trust Spring Ramble headed to Gainesville, Toccoa, Clarkesville
The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation is traveling to the Georgia Mountains Region next month, with stops planned in Gainesville, Toccoa and Clarkesville.
7:30PM ( 3 days ago )
GHS JROTC pulls 2,500 pounds of trash from three city parks
Gainesville High School JROTC cadets recently volunteered their time and services to the Gainesville community, cleaning Longwood, Wilshire Trails, and Holly parks, removing 2,555 pounds of debris as well as 20 old tires.
4:30PM ( 3 days ago )
Hall Co. Early College student realizes 'dream come true'
Remington Smith, a Hall County Early College "Move On When Ready" student and Flowery Branch High School senior, says he had "a dream come true" when he found out recently that he was accepted into Ringling College of Arts and Design in Animation Art.
1:30PM ( 3 days ago )
Forsyth Co.: New climbing tower opens next month at Sawnee Mountain Preserve
A new adventure is coming to Forsyth County's Sawnee Mountain Preserve next month.
10:30AM ( 3 days ago )
Another new restaurant in the New Holland area opens this week
Huddle House plans to open a restaurant in the New Holland area Tuesday.
7:30AM ( 4 days ago )
Braselton accepting applications for this year's Citizens Academy
Applications are now being accepted for the 2017 class of the Braselton Citizens Academy.
10:30PM ( 4 days ago )
New, official map of White Co. unveiled
The White County Chamber of Commerce & Welcome Center has released a new, official map of the county.
7:30PM ( 4 days ago )
Gainesville Theatre Alliance plans production of the 'The Raven and the Nightengale'
Gainesville Theatre Alliance has announced plans for an original Greek tragedy by Gainesville's Gay H. Hammond - The Raven and the Nightengale.
4:30PM ( 4 days ago )