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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.

Population: 29579
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

Gainesville News
Exhibit shows art of printmaking

Kassandra Thomas designed the monotype print "Goodbye My Darling" as part of the "Printmaking at Brenau" exhibit at Brenau University in Gainesville. Printmaking is the design and production of prints by an artist, who achieve such a look through various techniques.

Geoffrey Johnson honored guest at March 4 Quinlan art auction

His works also are widely collected privately and in corporate collections such as Coca-Cola, Turner Broadcasting, BellSouth and Wells Fargo. The Greensboro, N.C., native will be welcomed back to Northeast Georgia as the featured guest of honor at the 2017 Quinlan Visual Arts Center Fine Art Auction Gala.

New traffic signal aimed at helping pedestrians in downtown Gainesville

The city of Gainesville has activated a new crossing to replace the existing pedestrian crossing at Academy Street and Northside Drive. The crossing features a pedestrian signal, known as the high-intensity activated crosswalk, or HAWK, pedestrian light.

Gainesville adds property to new housing development on Atlanta Street

In time for Thursday's 11 a.m. groundbreaking of the Walton Summit development at the former Green Hunter Homes on Atlanta Street, Gainesville officials transferred previously abandoned land to the project. City Council approved the transfer of a section of Atlanta Street to the Gainesville Housing Authority that will add to the size of the new development, which will include 252 subsidized and market-rate units.

Voices of North Georgia to deliver country music concert Saturday

The Voices of North Georgia will present "A Country Showcase" at 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25, at First Baptist Church in Gainesville. Voices of North Georgia will present its our midseason gala "A Country Showcase" at 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25, in the beautiful banquet hall of First Baptist Church in Gainesville.

Traffic is key issue in meeting about proposed retirement community

Tad Braswell, principal of Oak Hall Companies, talks during a community meeting Tuesday about a proposed retirement community off Dawsonville Highway/Ga. 53 in Gainesville.

Gainesville mayor delivers upbeat - state of the city'

Gainesville has come a long way from the depths of the Great Recession when the economy tanked and projects screeched to a halt for lack of money, Mayor Danny Dunagan said during his State of the City message at Tuesday's City Council meeting. Dunagan reported that the city's finances are on sound footing.

Poverty workshop looks to fill gaps in outreach services

Organizers are expecting a large gathering for a workshop Friday that will look at what services are available and which ones are lacking to address poverty in the community. The program sponsored by the United Way of Hall County is bringing together public and private agencies to help identify gaps and duplications in services provided to individuals and families struggling with educational, medical, hunger, financial or housing hardships.

Gainesville superintendent interviews to begin in March

The head of the Gainesville City Schools Board of Education said he's not ready to say yet whether a new superintendent will be hired from a pool of 30 applicants or whether the search would be expanded. Board Chairman Brett Mercer said following Monday's regular meeting that he and his colleagues would likely have a better idea when the first round of interviews are held early next month.

Eagle Leadership Martial School teaches Tang Soo Do fighting form at J.A. Walters Family YMCA

Eagle Leadership Martial Arts School's top student Kristie Scott blocks a kick from a younger novice student during a class at the J.A. Walters YMCA in Gainesville. She and her son R.J. have been studying since the school was opened in 2011.

Trailer returned to Boy Scouts, 2 charged in theft from church

Two men are accused of stealing a trailer belonging to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and its Boy Scouts troop. The trailer has been returned to the church.

Duluth man proposes to Dawsonville girlfriend in two newspapers

The Duluth man said he knew he wanted to marry the Dawsonville woman because she is the first person he thinks about in the morning and the last one he thinks about before falling asleep at night. When Wieting popped the question last month, he not only asked for her hand in marriage, but professed his love for all to see Jan. 18 with a classified ad in the Dawson County News and The Times in Gainesville.

Gainesville airport could get runway, terminal upgrades

Runway and terminal upgrades at the Lee Gilmer Memorial Airport are expected to move forward when Gainesville City Council addresses funding of those projects at its meeting Tuesday. City Council is poised to approve a resolution that would commit the city to its share of a 50 percent local match to a $500,000 federal grant to upgrade its almost 75-year-old airport terminal building.

Humane Society fundraiser combines paintings, patrons and puppies

Avien Gober, left, and Lizzy Higgins pet Sun the puppy at Art with Heart, an annual fundraiser for the Humane Society of Northeast Georgia, at the Chattahoochee Country Club Saturday night in Gainesville. Gober and Higgins are both employed by the animal shelter, which received 350 pieces of donated art for the auction.

A young, tireless fighter: 5-year-old East Hall boy battles rare blood disease

Beronica Nash talks about having to quit her job to be her son's full-time caregiver as her kids Jeremiah, 5, and Makira, 13, play Wednesday at their Gainesville home. To keep Jeremiah alive, Beronica takes him every other Thursday to Children's Hospital of Atlanta at Egleston for blood transfusions.

Mother fights on against deadly drug that led to son's overdose

In the two years since her son's fatal overdose, Lisa Hicks said she has not stopped fighting to strengthen laws on the drug that killed him. Joseph Edward Patterson, 25, died Feb. 16, 2015, after ingesting fentanyl that was thought to be oxycodone, a milder painkiller.

Protesters maintain vigil on Gainesville corner in support of immigrants

Cars and trucks honked at him as they whizzed by or yelled remarks like "pay for the wall" and "America" at him, but 26-year-old Adame didn't care. He lives, works and wants to stay in Gainesville.

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