One of Hall County’s longest-running Thanksgiving celebrations will take place this week as scheduled, but thanks (or rather, “no thanks”) to COVID-19, it will happen under very different circumstances than in previous years.
Members of the Hall County Board of Education smiled broadly Monday evening as the “Graduation Rate Update” portion of the agenda was discussed. It was all good news, and most felt, the result of a lot of hard work.
An alternate plan for safely handling traffic at the intersection of Athens Highway (U.S. 129) and Gaines Mill Road will be discussed at an open house organized by Hall County District 4 Commissioner Jeff Stowe.
Tuesday evening the Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board recommended denial by a pair of 6-1 votes for a plan to construct a gas station and convenience store at the intersection of Thompson Bridge Road and Christopher Drive.
Changes handed down by the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) regarding Hall County’s management of stormwater took a step towards realization with first reading of the resolution at Thursday evening’s Hall County Commission meeting, but there might be some changes in the works.