Of all the things Jesus said, the most startling has to be, “Truly I tell you, anyone who has faith in me will do the things I have been doing, even greater things than these they will do.” (John 14:12) Keep in mind this was soon after he had healed […]
Gainesville, GA Sept. 29, 2021 – Today on World Heart Day, Good News Clinics was named one of seven innovative, community-based nonprofit organizations to receive a grant from the AstraZeneca HealthCare Foundation to address cardiovascular disease, a leading cause of death in the nation. The year two grant will provide continued […]
What If You Couldn’t Afford Your Medications? Many of our Hall County neighbors have to choose between paying their rent or paying for their medications; buying groceries or filling a prescription. Everyone should be able to access life-saving medications. But the truth is, not everyone in our community can. One […]
GAINESVILLE, Ga. (March 31, 2021) – To further support the coronavirus vaccination effort in Gainesville-Hall County, the City of Gainesville will continue offering discounted WeGo rides ($1 from $3) through June for those traveling to get the vaccine at applicable clinics in or near Gainesville city limits. WeGo, the City’s […]
GAINESVILLE, Ga. (Feb. 8, 2021) – Have a COVID-19 vaccination appointment, but no ride? Consider WeGo, the City of Gainesville’s new vanpool service. In February and March, WeGo will offer $1 fares (reduced from $3) to riders traveling to COVID-19 vaccination appointments at select sites in Gainesville city limits. “We […]
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