Artist sculpts out his life's work
Gregory Johnson sculpted Brenau University's tiger, named Lucille. The large sculpture greets visitors to the campus near Green Street in downtown Gainesville.
Judy Dotson Moore, 61, passed away Friday, July 11, 2014, at Northeast Georgia Medical Center.
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Louise Queen Farmer
Louise Queen Farmer, age 82, of Mountain City, died Saturday, July 5, 2014, in Habersham Medical Center.
441 back open in Habersham County
Highway 441 northbound was back open in Habersham County following a one-vehicle wreck near Tom Born Road Wednesday afternoon.
Clarkesville police investigating juvenile abduction, rape
Clarkesville Police Chief Brad Barrett today released details of a reported juvenile abduction and rape in the city Monday night.
And the humidity ... whew, my hair alone is the indicator of the humidity level on any given day.
Johnson appointed Habersham chief magistrate judge
Gerald William Johnson of Demorest has been appointed Habersham County chief magistrate judge.
Rev. Jewell Thomas Sr.
Rev. Jewell Dean Thomas, Sr., 78, passed away Tuesday, July 8, 2014, at his residence.
Local student wins Ga. forestry contest
Southeast Bulloch High School art teacher Rachel Jackson, left, and winning artist Eric Riggs, center, are presented with a ceremonial check for $35,000 by Georgia Forestry Foundation Chairwoman Jody Strickland.
Bikers stop in Albany during cross country ride
A team of seven cyclists will travel more than 3000 miles this summer to help military families.It's all part of the Hope for the Warriors project.It's been a long ride for this team of seven cyclists who are stopping in Albany on their way to Florida."
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Clayton approves MARTA contract for November ballot
MARTA service took a major step toward coming to Clayton County this morning after county commissioners approved a 1-cent sales tax to fund it in a surprising, last-minute move.
Motorcyclists hurt in 3vehicle wreck
Two motorcyclists were hurt just before noon Thursday when their bikes collided with a minivan near Cornelia.
Lake Burton Grocery owner: I will be back
The owner of a landmark Rabun County business says a fire that destroyed most of his business Sunday night will not determine his future.
Clayton officials OK tax for MARTA buses; MARTA likely to say no without rail
Clayton County officials vote d 3 to 2 Tuesday night to seek a half-penny tax to bring MARTA bus service to the county.
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Georgia Expands Guns in Public Places
Cappy Taylor, owner of Zeppelin's Pub and Grille in Clayton, Ga., plans to post a sign stating that guns aren't allowed in her restaurant.
Georgia Northwestern Held Second GED Graduation Ceremony
Georgia Northwestern Technical College held its annual GED Graduation ceremony on Thursday at the Forum in Rome for students who have earned their General Education Diploma during the 2013-14 fiscal year.
Fire destroys Habersham County home
Fire ripped through a 2,000-square-foot brick house outside Clarkesville early Thursday.
Betty Ann Duckett
Betty Ann Brady Duckett, 69, Banks County, passed away peacefully at her home surrounded by her family on Wednesday, June 25, 2014, following an extended illness.
Did you know the state of Georgia is the second largest producer of blueberries in the United States after Michigan? A couple of factors make Georgia the popular place for growing these sweet berries.