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Saturday October 19th, 2019 9:41PM

Submitted News

Butts retires from Good News Clinics, new leadership named
After 13 years as Medical Director of Good News Clinics in Gainesville, Dr. Jim Butts has retired from the non-profit agency.
5:00AM ( 16 hours ago )
September report: Georgia jobless rate drops, record numbers employed
September was another strong month for job growth in Georgia, according to State Labor Commissioner Mark Butler.
6:30AM ( 2 days ago )
Health Smart Expo: Chamber distributes 2019 Most Fit Company awards
As part of Wednesday morning's HealthSmart Breakfast at the Gainesville Civic Center, the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce presented the 2019 Most Fit Company Awards to three businesses.
9:45AM ( 3 days ago )
AAA: Georgia gas prices drop 5-cents in the past week
Georgia motorists are now paying an average price of $2.45 per gallon for regular unleaded gasoline.
6:54AM ( 5 days ago )
Date changed for event to honor Deals
The Gainesville-Hall County Community Council on Aging will still honor former Governor and Mrs. Nathan Deal with its top annual honor, but the date for the event has changed.
5:00AM ( 1 week ago )
NGHS, Cigna sign new contract agreement
As Northeast Georgia Health System and Anthem continue a standoff over a new contract, the hospital system has reached a new agreement with insurance provider Cigna.
10:13AM ( 1 week ago )
Hollowell named Acting CEO for Habersham EMC
Habersham EMC has hired an Acting CEO following last month's departure of Bradley Hicks.
9:46AM ( 1 week ago )
AAA: Gas prices drop again this week, Gainesville prices among the highest
Georgia motorists are now paying an average price of $2.50 per gallon for regular unleaded.
6:26AM ( 1 week ago )
Recent, planned improvements to Truett McConnell University campus
Major improvements to the campus of Truett McConnell University over the summer included new flooring in the gym and a $92,000 mountain biking course to accommodate the school's new mountain biking team.
2:00PM ( 1 week ago )
Thousands expected in Hall County this week for two events
Thousands of visitors are expected to descend on Hall County this week for two traditional fall fall events.
10:00AM ( 1 week ago )