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Friday August 14th, 2020 10:28AM

Lauren Hunter

Multimedia Journalist
Lauren Hunter
Gainesville bank employee helps save spin class instructor’s life
When faced with an emergency situation many people get nervous or scared and don’t know what to do. But that wasn’t how Bernardo Sotelo felt when he jumped into action to help his spin class instructor, who collapsed during class Tuesday night at the Frances Meadows Aquatic Center.
6:00PM ( 5 months ago )
Small Business Spotlight: Level Up Haircuts
A men's haircut may sound like the most basic service out there- go in, spend maybe fifteen minutes inside and get out. But a local salon in Gainesville is expanding on this concept and making their customers feel more like family in the process.
12:00PM ( 5 months ago )
Healthy Hall awards recognize 15 healthcare champions
The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce held its third annual Healthy Hall award luncheon on Tuesday and recognized nominees for their efforts in local healthcare and the community.
3:45PM ( 5 months ago )
Habitat for Humanity home dedication brings community together
At first glance the Copper Glen subdivision in Gainesville seems like your average neighborhood. And Jeremy and Sandy Roberts with their children might seem like an average family. But there is one aspect about these two things that separate them from average- and that’s their involvement with Habitat for Humanity for Hall County.
3:15PM ( 5 months ago )
GHCC Business Expo 2020 features 60 local businesses
Representatives from sixty local businesses gathered on Thursday for the 2020 Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce Business Expo.
5:10PM ( 5 months ago )
Army Corps of Engineers: Lake Lanier levels projected to near record high
While it remains to be seen whether Lake Lanier levels will continue to rise and break the record high, data from the Army Corps of Engineers projects it will get very close.
3:54PM ( 5 months ago )
Gainesville police on lookout for bank robbery suspect
Gainesville police are searching for a bank robbery suspect that robbed a local BB&T this morning.
11:02AM ( 5 months ago )
Rising Lake Lanier water levels affect local areas
Just a slight glance off any bridge overlooking Lake Lanier will tell you that water levels are up. And it’s no surprise that they are- considering that most of the area surrounding the lake has experienced several inches of precipitation over the last week.
4:30PM ( 6 months ago )
For Goodness Sake: Aim to Be3, Inc.
Empowered, engaged and exceptional. Together these three words form the basis of Aim to Be3, Inc., or simply Be3, a new non-profit in the heart of downtown Gainesville.
12:00PM ( 6 months ago )
Gainesville Parks and Recreation in process of repairing eight-foot deep sinkhole
The Gainesville Parks and Recreation Department is in the process of repairing an eight-foot deep sinkhole that has developed in Rock Creek Veterans Park in downtown Gainesville.
12:05PM ( 6 months ago )