Saturday April 10th, 2021 7:40AM


MLK,Jr. observance starts with speakers, dramatizations before taking to the streets of Gainesville
The annual celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday got underway in Gainesville Monday morning at St. John Baptist Church. Approximately 300-people filled the sanctuary to watch musical dramatizations and hear testimonials honoring the legacy of the slain civil rights leader.
7:06PM ( 2 years ago )
Gainesville group participates in local Women’s March
For the second year, Gainesville residents congregated downtown Saturday for the Women’s March, a nationwide movement for the empowerment of women.
11:33PM ( 2 years ago )
Gainesville residents say they want more trails, greenspace and connectivity
Gainesville residents told the city’s Parks and Recreation Department at Thursday’s public input meeting they want to see more biking trails, greenspace and connectivity in the city.
12:44AM ( 2 years ago )
Lake Lanier Islands continues pattern of growth and improvement
It’s the heart of winter, trees are leafless, frost coats the windshields of the few cars parked near Legacy Lodge; warmer weather and the excitement it brings to Lake Lanier Islands seem so distant.
10:00PM ( 2 years ago )
Gunman shot after holding staff, clients hostage at dermatology office
An investigation continues into a deadly shooting at a dermatology office in Gainesville.
4:08PM ( 2 years ago )
Deal reflects on political career, discusses legacy
Nathan Deal leaves office for the last time in a couple of weeks, ending a nearly four-decade career in the public eye as a Georgia state senator, a United States congressman and, finally, the 82nd governor of Georgia. But if he’s bittersweet about the end nearing, he doesn’t show it
1:00PM ( 2 years ago )
Local artist paints the town red - and green - for Christmas
Heath Migliore owns his own tattoo studio, but during the Christmas season, his artwork adorns the windows of dozens of local businesses.
11:00AM ( 2 years ago )
Jingle Mingle rings in Gainesville holiday season
The large, steel chicken atop Main Street Gainesville on the downtown Gainesville Square was illuminated Thursday night, signifying the start of the Gainesville's holiday season and the finale of Jingle Mingle.
6:35AM ( 2 years ago )
Hundreds attend annual regional trauma symposium, Deal honored
Hundreds of people attended Friday's Trauma Symposium '18 in Gainesville to hear about the advances being made in trauma care across the region.
9:30AM ( 2 years ago )
State officials break ground on new DDS facility in Gainesville
The state is buiding a new Department of Driver Services facility in Gainesville.
11:30AM ( 2 years ago )