The two school systems overseeing the educational experience of Hall County’s 35,000 students agree: REACH Georgia is a worthy investment in the future of Georgia, the local economy and, most-significantly, the lives of young people.
A tragedy that shook small-town Gainesville nearly 45-years ago came full circle Tuesday evening as State Representative Lee Hawkins of Gainesville read House Resolution 25 at the Gainesville City Council meeting.
The Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board gave unanimous endorsement Tuesday evening to a pair of rezoning requests, demonstrating again that strong growth is permeating Hall County’s largest municipality.
Three suggested school millage rates were presented to the Gainesville City Board of Education Monday evening. Board members were asked to consider the recommendations in light of the financial data also provided and to be ready for the August 21st work session
Governor Nathan Deal today announced that Georgia’s net tax collections for July totaled nearly $1.72 billion, for an increase of $113.4 million, or 7.1 percent, compared to last year when net tax collections totaled roughly $1.61 billion.
The Lake Lanier Association has released a letter urging the Georgia Environmental Protection Division and the Corps of Engineers to extend maximum efforts to restore and keep Lake Lanier at full pool level.