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Gainesville city and chamber of commerce leaders are discussing future plans for the site on Lake Lanier that hosted the 1996 Olympic rowing events. City council members have been looking at ways to revitalize the facilities, and some want to see the site become a long-term catalyst for the area's economy.
Can you believe this…??? It’s the first round of the playoffs… “The Thinning of The Herd” as the voice of GPB Sports calls it… 450 down to 192 and seven titles on the line the week after the Ess-E-Cee Championship at the G...
When the GHSA released the newly-reclassified regions this past winter, plenty of football fans in north Georgia circled Nov. 9 on their calendars, knowing that the Gainesville/Flowery Branch game could have huge Region 8-AAA...
The tornado that struck Gainesville in 1936 is considered one of the deadliest in U.S. history, with about 200 people killed according to some estimates
A northeast Georgia sheriff has installed a permanent box designed for residents to dispose of unused or expired prescription medicine in an effort to stem increasing abuse of prescription drugs.
The proposed ordinance would require pawnshops to keep an electronic database of merchandise and sellers.