U.S. Marshals requested the assistance of the Forsyth County Sheriffs Office Wednesday morning in following up on a tip that the last remaining fugitive from a Tennessee jail was camped out in the woods behind the BP Gas station at 901 Buford Highway.
He was home for the holidays, looking forward to celebrating Christmas with his family and friends; but to hear him speak it was clearly evident that he is also looking forward to returning to work. Such are the dynamics in the life of Gainesville’s Doug Collins.
If you didn’t secure your tickets weeks ago to the annual Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce Eggs & Issues Breakfast, you were out of luck. “This Event is Sold Out” was the advisory on the Chamber’s website, indicative of the keen interest in politics that permeates our area.
The last scheduled Gainesville City Schools Board of Education meeting for the 2016 calendar year saw a pair of recommendations adopted Monday evening for the 2017-2018 school year which begins in August.