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Sunday November 27th, 2022 11:00PM

Jerry Gunn

Reporter
Jerry  Gunn
Gainesville lawyers, Hall Co. Sheriff read aloud Declaration of Independence
Twenty-four Gainesville area attorneys, their sons and their daughters, and Hall County Sheriff Gerald Couch, read aloud Thursday in Kenyon Plaza downtown the words that started it all for America.
5:26PM ( 7 years ago )
Hoschton's historic depot, 'the heart of Hoschton,' lives again
Hoschton citizens brought their lawn chairs, found the shade, and viewed the dedication and ribbon cutting for the city's 132 year old train depot restoration during a noon ceremony Saturday. They saw what nearly four months work and an estimated $225,000 cost did to restore the building.
6:03PM ( 7 years ago )
Georgia's Veterans Hall of Fame looks for nominees
Friends and family of Georgia military veterans may choose to honor them by nominating them to the newly-formed Georgia Military Veterans Hall of Fame.
9:30AM ( 7 years ago )
Lula remembers on Memorial Day
With prayer, song and inspired speech, the City of Lula, its citizens and veterans joined the nation in remembering the nation's war dead this Memorial Day.
3:08PM ( 7 years ago )
History and Heritage on display at Ft. Hollingsworth for Memorial Day weekend
North Georgia's sunny sky and comfortable temperatures brought out the visitors Saturday to the 20th Annual 'Day at the Fort' at Fort Hollingsworth, nestled in the rolling Banks County countryside near Alto.
7:34PM ( 7 years ago )
Gainesville Chicken Festival dodges the weather
If anybody left the 11th Annual Spring Chicken Festival Saturday in downtown Gainesville hungry it was their own fault.
5:18PM ( 7 years ago )
Special Series: Fighting Cancer, a survivors story
If ever there was anyone who symbolized 'Fighting Cancer' it is Dottie Adams, whose battle has lasted on and off for seven years.
6:15PM ( 7 years ago )
Special Series: Living the life you want is part of beating cancer
The odds of staying alive, of becoming a cancer survivor, are much better than they were ten years ago.
6:00PM ( 7 years ago )
Special Series: Fighting Cancer is no longer a losing battle
Evidence of cancer has appeared in Egyptian mummies. The ancient Greeks discussed it. Up until recent history it was an incurable disease, but that is changing, according to a Gainesville physician who has battled it for many years.
6:00PM ( 7 years ago )
Lecturer tells UNG audience we'll never know exactly how many died in Civil War
At the third and final lecture on the 'Civil War at 150' at the University of North Georgia's Gainesville Campus, Dr. David Hacker, who changed the death count of the American Civil War, said we'll never know exactly how many men died during the nation's bloodiest war
11:27AM ( 7 years ago )