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Risk-taker. Adventurous. Spontaneous. These are not words we typically associate with budgeting, right? No, budgeters are responsible. Budgeters are planners. Budgeters are homebodies—maybe even a little … boring, right? Budgeting won’t make you boring. In fact, taking control of your money will let you have more fun and take more risks. And I’m not talking about “take on a lot of debt” kind of risk. And I definitely don’t mean “work so much you risk your health” kind of risk. I’m talking about…

The Gainesville-Hall County Black History Society held its seventh-annual Juneteeth Festival on Saturday, June 15, at the Midtown Greenway Park, hosting a crowd of community members sharing their talents in the form of food, art and dance.

A chicken truck overturned near train tracks running alongside Highway 60/Candler Road just after 10 a.m. Saturday, June 15, spilling live chickens in a ditch and on the tracks.

Wondering when you need to change your tax withholdings — and how to actually do so? We break it all down quicker than you can say “W-4.”

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The new off ramps at Exit 14 are about to get their first test, but it’s not to allow drivers to use the overpass.

A new gallery of art in Gainesville celebrates both the native plants of Hall County and the life of the late Bruce Doll, a dedicated Redbud Project volunteer and Master Gardener.

The grey and white pyramid building on Academy Street in Gainesville is now home to BrohmTEK, a family-owned information technology business.

Gainesville is currently sending its recycling to Athens, but the City Council will vote Tuesday on an agreement with Hall County that can help the city avoid having to raise the rates it charges residents.

Attendees make their way through the summer carnival at Laurel Park in Gainesville on Thursday, June 13, 2019. The carnival will continue throughout the weekend.

A car overturned several times on Interstate 985 Friday, June 14, near exit 17 after the driver struck a barrier cable, police said.

If you’re averse to budgeting, you may be spending money blindly. Expense tracking can help.

With Hispanic enrollment at the University of North Georgia experiencing dramatic growth in recent years, particularly at the Gainesville campus, school officials have looked for new and creative ways to better serve this student demographic.

The exponential growth of data is undisputed, but the numbers behind this explosion - fuelled by IoT and the use of connected devices - are hard to comprehend, particularly when looked at in the context of one day
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