Wednesday March 3rd, 2021 6:14AM

Lauren Hunter

Multimedia Journalist
Lauren Hunter
Local businesses teaming up to provide lunches for families
Around a dozen Hall County businesses have come together to sponsor an event that will provide lunches for families who are out of school due to coronavirus concerns.
12:46PM ( 11 months ago )
Flying off grocery shelves near you- cleaning supplies, water and other necessities
Shelves of cleaning supplies and other necessities are quickly disappearing in large grocery chains and locally owned stores due to fears of coronavirus.
8:00PM ( 11 months ago )
Vermont students journey south to volunteer in Hall County
A group of eight students from the University of Vermont traveled twenty hours this week to spend their spring break volunteering in Gainesville.
12:00PM ( 11 months ago )
For Goodness Sake: Eagle Ranch
Eagle Ranch encompasses 315 acres off Union Church Road in Chestnut Mountain and looks more like a retreat than a place for families in crisis. Rolling hills are dotted with the boys’, girls’ and staff members’ homes, while the man-made lake and peaceful chapel are a serene escape from the bustle of everyday life.
1:00PM ( 11 months ago )
Eagle Ranch founder to change roles as non-profit looks ahead
Eagle Ranch founder Eddie Staub announced at the non-profit's 35th anniversary dinner Sunday night that he will soon step down as Executive Director but remain in the Founder role.
11:00AM ( 11 months ago )
Bill concerning legality of hemp passes House
Georgia House representatives passed a measure Thursday that would make it illegal to possess dry hemp, a substance produced from the cannabis plant, without a license or proper documentation.
9:00PM ( 11 months ago )
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 ( 11 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 ( 1 year 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 ( 1 year 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 ( 1 year ago )