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About: gainesville, georgia
Gainesville is located in northern Georgia, nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. It has been nicknamed the "Queen City of the Mountains" and "The Poultry Capital of the World," because of the large number of poultry processing plants. The city is known for its chicken processing facilities such as King's Delight and Mar-Jac. Notable residents of Gainseville have included Jodi Benson who was the voice of Disney's The Little Mermaid, professional golfer Tommy Aaron, and Xavier Roberts who is the founder of the Cabbage Patch Kids.
Local Newspapers: Gwinnett Daily Post
Local Sports Teams: Atlanta Falcons (NFL) Atlanta Hawks (NBA) And Atlanta Braves (MLB)
Local Colleges: Gainesville State College-Gainesville Brenau University
Zip Codes associated with gainesville, georgia:
30501 30504 30506 30507 30543 30564 30566
Towns/Cities near gainesville, georgia : Flowery Branch Oakwood Buford Sugar Hill
Where are the monuments to Confederate Gen. James Longstreet?
General James Longstreet was an important figure in the Confederate Army; as important as Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson, J.E.B. Stuart or A.P. Hill; nearly as critical to the Confederate cause as Robert E. Lee. A genius at combining offensive and defensive maneuvers, Longstreet led his 28,000 men in a flanking movement -- described as the largest simultaneous mass assault of the war -- and routed the Union Army at the Second Battle of Bull Run in 1862.Taming the Paper Chase
New developments in document management technology are transforming fleets' back offices by eliminating manual processes, connecting systems and speeding workflows. Users say even small investments to automate a single process can save thousands of dollars annually.Editorial: A conflict set in stone
On any given Saturday, thousands of people pass by "Old Joe" and never give him a second thought. But Gainesville's monument to the Confederacy was the center of attention this weekend, the focal point of a demonstration, thankfully peaceful, geared toward having it join the rubbish pile of history.UNG enrollment expected to approach 20,000 this fall
As classes begin Monday on all five University of North Georgia campuses with a projected student population nearing 20,000, UNG President Bonita Jacobs said planning and managing growth continues to be a priority. The school has added faculty to meet growth in enrollment that is expected to be a little more than 5 percent higher than last year, according to numbers provided by UNG.Health care uncertainty a challenge at Hall Chamber seminar
Months ago, Rob and Brett Fowler started trying to wrap up plans for the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce's Health Care Reform Seminar. It was no easy task.There goes the sun: Elachee holds solar eclipse festival
Savannah and Caroline Smith get lessons on a solar telescope at Saturday's Solar Eclipse Festival at Elachee Nature Science Center. Before the sun disappears behind the moon on Monday, Elachee Nature Science Center prepared its visitors Saturday at a Solar Eclipse Festival, where visitors young and old came for a day of fun and learning.Public, businesses react to new downtown drinking ordinance
Lauren Williams, manager of Downtown Drafts, right, speaks with Deb Hayes, left, while Hayes makes her order in Gainesville on Friday. A new ordinance went into effect earlier this week allowing people to purchase alcoholic beverages and drink them in public.Gainesville Fire Chief credits Boys and Girls Club for career
After his father left town at age 10, Jerome Yarbrough spent his time at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Lanier, where his hard-working mother felt he and his siblings could be safe. Now the Gainesville Fire Department's chief, Yarbrough is one of its biggest advocates for its effect on his life's path.Protest planned against Gainesville's Confederate monument
Three groups are coordinating the protest: the Metro Atlanta Democratic Socialists of America, its Gainesville-based Northeast Georgia chapter and Athens for Everyone, a social justice organization based in Athens. They're protesting the "Old Joe" monument erected in 1909 by the Gen.Betty Ann Cooper
Betty Ann Elrod Cooper, 71, entered into rest Thursday, August 17, 2017. Mrs. Cooper was born in Gainesville, the daughter of the late Rando and Ruth Sorrow Elrod.Good News Clinics reflects on 25 years, pushes to continue its work
Cadie Cooper, chair of the Good News Clinics board of directors, left, hugs Kevin Price, right, after he receives the Anne Warren Thomas Volunteer of the Year Award during the Good News Clinic's 25th anniversary annual fundraiser event in Gainesville on Thursday. As the Gainesville-based free clinics' biggest annual fundraiser, it was meant to keep the funds rolling in so that other anniversaries could be observed.Answers scarce on gas leak false alarm
Little new information came to light Thursday regarding a suspected gas leak earlier this week that was a false alarm. Gainesville Fire Department spokesman Keith Smith released a statement Thursday afternoon regarding the "odor of gas" smelled Monday around the city.Fazoli's out of the picture in Gainesville
The much-talked about opening of a Fazoli's Italian restaurant in the New Holland area has been derailed, The Times learned Thursday. Earlier this week, the Gainesville City Council gave final approval to the annexation and rezoning of 6.32 acres on the intersection of Jesse Jewell Parkway and White Sulphur Road for a commercial development to be anchored by Fazoli's.Two men indicted in 2014 West Avenue slaying
Two men were indicted this week on murder charges in alleged connection to a 2014 shooting death on West Avenue in Gainesville. Hector Alejandro Bautista, of Gainesville, and David Olivas, of Doraville, were charged Monday by a grand jury with malice murder, felony murder and aggravated assault.Editorial: Racism is not a right-left issue; it's a right-wrong one
As conflicts escalate nationwide over racial issues, local residents gathered in a peaceful march Tuesday in Gainesville. They chanted "love not hate will make America great."Area businesses hope to capitalize on eclipse
Avocados Director of Operations Jim Montgomery has posters up throughout Gainesville announcing a solar eclipse viewing party downtown. Montgomery is helping coordinate the Great Solar Eclipse Tailgate and Viewing Party in the square from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, seizing on the opportunity for a unique business venture.Gov. Deal heading to Gainesville brewery to mark law change
Owner Pap Datta and Left Nut Brewing Co. will have live music, food trucks and one-off beer brewed for a Sept.
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