Sunday January 26th, 2020 1:24AM

Alyson Shields

Alyson Shields
Gainesville City School Board welcomes new member, adopts 20-21 calendar
Gainesville High graduate and local businessman Kris Nordholz took the oath of office at Tuesday night's Gainesville City School Board meeting.
2:31PM ( 3 days ago )
Gainesville community remembers Martin Luther King Jr with annual march
About 200 people marched through the streets of downtown and midtown Gainesville Monday afternoon to commerate Martin Luther King Jr Day.
5:00PM ( 5 days ago )
Former church opens doors Tuesday to new life as apartment homes
​Community members can tour a divine new housing complex crafted in the former First United Methodist church in New Holland Tuesday.
2:00PM ( 1 week ago )
Enota Elementary 4th grader wins Gainesville City Schools spelling bee
An Enota Elementary student wom the top prize in the Gainesville City School District Spelling Bee Wednesday morning.
5:00PM ( 1 week ago )
Oakwood City Council approves rezoning for Firestone Tire, votes on hotel tax increase
Oakwood City Council unanimously approved the rezoning of a 1.27 acre tract of land on Winder Highway from residential to highway business Monday night so a tire shop could build there.
12:10PM ( 1 week ago )
Gainesville Fire unable to determine exact cause of El Sombrero fire
Gainesville Fire officials are unable to determine exactly how a fire at the El Sombrero on Browns Bridge Road started, however they have ruled out arson.
4:59PM ( 2 weeks ago )
New Year, same challenges raising a rescue
I’ll admit, I thought it would be easier. I thought the training would take less time.
4:10PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Victims of deadly South Hall shooting identified
The man and woman found shot to death at a house in South Hall early Saturday morning have been identified as Ty Iang, 55, and Meakna Iang, 47.
11:00AM ( 3 weeks ago )
My word of 2020
There’s a whole thing about picking a word for each new year. It’s supposed to set the tone, inspire you and generally steer things in your direction.
11:46AM ( 3 weeks ago )
New Holland: 'If you met the standard, you worked hard'
The smokestack of the old Pacolet Milliken mill towers over Jesse Jewell Parkway, still operating as workers make yarn and textiles in the factory almost 150 years after construction began on the operation. Just as the plant continues to chug along each day, the Millikids who grew up in the little community of New Holland continue to carry on its legacy.
12:00PM ( 4 weeks ago )