TV 18, the local government access channel, will go off the air at midnight Dec. 31 as Hall County and the city of Gainesville shift their focus to producing online content.
Source: Gainesville Times | Posted: Dec. 31, 2018
The city of Gainesville hopes to sell the land at the intersection of Jesse Jewell Parkway and West Academy Street, the site of Engine 209 Park, and relocate the historic train, with the goal of redeveloping the land and spurring additional downtown growth.
Source: Gainesville Times | Posted: Dec. 21, 2018
Gainesville has announced Police Chief Carol Martin’s successor when she retires January 31st. The announcement came at Tuesday evening’s city council meeting.
Source: Access WDUN | Posted: Dec. 19, 2018
Deputy Chief Jay Parrish will succeed Chief Carol Martin when she retires on Jan. 31, City Manager Bryan Lackey announced Tuesday during the Gainesville City Council meeting.
Source: Gainesville Times | Posted: Dec. 19, 2018
On Oct. 16, the Gainesville City Council voted unanimously to take over a $10 million contract on that property from the health system, with a few strings attached.
Source: Gainesville Times | Posted: Dec. 10, 2018
What would have been a tiny Gainesville portion of a much larger subdivision in Oakwood was shot down Tuesday night by the Gainesville City Council.
Source: Gainesville Times | Posted: Dec. 5, 2018
TV 18, the Government Channel, is going away, starting Jan. 1.
Source: Gainesville Times | Posted: Dec. 4, 2018
State officials unveiled plans Monday to build a $90 million inland port — on land connected to one of Gov. Nathan Deal’s top allies — that’s designed to improve access to Savannah’s booming harbor hundreds of miles away and reduce congestion through metro Atlanta.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: Dec. 4, 2018
Gainesville’s population is expected to grow by about 55 percent over the next 20 years, and services like the police and fire departments, as well as parks, will have to adjust.
Source: Gainesville Times | Posted: Nov. 30, 2018
A public hearing will be held Tuesday evening at the Gainesville Public Safety Complex as the city prepares to submit its annual update to the CIE, or Capital Improvements Element, to the Georgia Mountains Regional Commission.
Source: Access North Georgia | Posted: Nov. 30, 2018