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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
Editorial: New face, fresh start for Gainesville schools

When an organization has a chance at a do-over, the key questions to ask are: What did we do right last time and how can we keep doing it? And what did we do wrong and how can we avoid the same mistakes? Gainesville schools should be taking those notions to heart in the effort to hire a new superintendent beginning with the fall school year. Superintendent Wanda Creel announced last year that she would resign at the end of this school year.

Gainesville man survives heart attack thanks to one Good Samaritan,...

Donald Brewer enjoys working in his yard again this spring following a cardiac arrest during one of his routine exercise walks last year. Even though he flat-lined three times in the hospital, he beat the odds and survived the most severe form of heart attack, thanks to a Good Samaritan and the rapid response and quality care provided by Northeast Georgia Medical System.

Gainesville superintendent pick had to grow up fast in a family of educators

At age 36, Jeremy Williams is expected to be selected as the new Gainesville City School System superintendent at the board's next meeting May 1. While that may seem young, Williams has gained experience as a classroom teacher, regional educator working with more than a dozen school districts as well as serving the last five years as a top district office administrator in the 14 years since earning a bachelor's degree at the University of North Georgia in 2003. Williams said a car accident when he was 14 caused him to grow up quickly and propelled him to take more responsibility earlier, impacting his life on a path that now has him as the lone finalist as Gainesville school superintendent.

Gainesville plans memorial for unmarked black graves at Alta Vista Cemetery

Sections 16 and 17 at the Alta Vista Cemetery in Gainesville have headstones with dates that go back almost 200 years, well before the Civil War ripped the nation apart. On a sunny day, light reflects from more than 1,100 silver discs placed on the ground throughout the graveyard at sections 16 and 17. The little silver markers represent the unmarked graves of hundreds of African-Americans buried at the back of the cemetery.

Gainesville doctor spent month at warzone hospital in Iraq

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Investment expert: - Adapt or die' to tech changes

Brett Slattery of Willis Investment Counsel in Gainesville talks about the impact of "technology disruption" on companies during an annual meeting with clients last week at the Quinlan Visual Arts Center. Bob Willis' words were pretty strong: In the ever-changing world of technological advances, businesses must learn to "adapt or die."

Local UNG student wins Fulbright Scholarship

Anastacia Lin, right, talks with Faith Brown Friday morning about the student's upcoming year long teaching assignment in Bulgaria. Brown is the winner of the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship and a 2012 Jefferson High School.

Gainesville gets up to $25,000 for biogas feasibility study

The Gainesville Department of Water Resources is getting up to $25,000 from the state to help pay for a biogas feasibility study at its Flat Creek Water Reclamation facility. Funding for the Gainesville initiative is made possible through the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority and the Biogas Technical Assistance Program, which support communities working to conserve and improve Georgia's natural resources.

Hall County recycling center keeps heaps of trash out of landfills

And that's a good thing. It means the tax dollars in Hall County, the free market and the work of people like Bobby Purdum are being put to good use.

Tuition increase coming for UNG students after Board of Regents decision

Students at the University of North Georgia campuses in Gainesville and Dahlonega will be paying more for school next year - the result of a 2 percent tuition hike approved this week by the Georgia Board of Regents for all 28 colleges and university in the University System of Georgia. Regents did not increase tuition for the current academic year, and officials maintained that the Georgia system continues to offer some of the lowest tuition rates among similar public education systems.

DOT extends emergency response program up I-985

Motorists stranded on Interstate 985 north of Spout Springs Road in Flowery Branch now can get help from the Georgia Department of Transportation's Highway Emergency Response Operators service. Motorists stranded on Interstate 985 north of Spout Springs Road in Flowery Branch now can get help from the Georgia Department of Transportation's Highway Emergency Response Operators service.

United Way of Hall County celebrates its 2016-17 accomplishments

The United Way of Hall County holds its year-end celebration Thursday morning at the Gainesville Civic Center. Starting this year, a small book is being given by the group's Read Learn Succeed initiative to every child born at Northeast Georgia Medical Center in Gainesville and Braselton.

Free cancer screenings set for Saturday

Northeast Georgia Medical Center's Cancer Services is teaming up with the Head and Neck Cancer Alliance to provide free screenings for oral, head and neck cancers this Saturday. The screenings will be held from 9 a.m. to noon in the Outpatient Building inside the radiation therapy suite at the Gainesville hospital.

Passport fairs set for Gainesville, Cleveland on Saturday

The Limestone Parkway U.S. Post Office in Gainesville and the Cleveland post office on Helen Way will hold passport fairs this Saturday. The event in Gainesville runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 2490 Limestone Parkway, while the Cleveland event will be from noon to 3 p.m. at 116 Helen Way.

Hiker rescued from ledge at Raven Cliff Falls

A man was taken to Northeast Georgia Medical Center in Gainesville after falling onto a ledge at Raven Cliff Falls in White County. Authorities rescued a man who slipped and fell onto the last ledge before Raven Cliff Falls' main drop Wednesday afternoon.

New to the art scene, but not to the practice

Originally from Canada, artist Frances Geiger didn't get involved with art until she was in her mid-40s. But you couldn't guess that from her artwork.

Man accused of stealing from gun store returns, admits mistake A...

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