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Tuesday May 22nd, 2018 5:05PM

Derreck Booth

Anchor/reporter
Derreck Booth
Ga. lawmakers pass charter school funding measure
The Georgia House has passed legislation that outlines how the state would fund charter schools if a constitutional amendment is approved.
2:59PM ( 6 years ago )
Hall turnout lower than expected
Only a couple of hiccups is how Hall County elections officials described a relatively uneventful primary day for them Tuesday.
11:40AM ( 6 years ago )
Voters continue casting ballots
Slow but steady is the way poll workers are describing voter turnout at one of Hall County's largest precincts, the Masonic Lodge on Lakeshore Drive in Gainesville.
2:18PM ( 6 years ago )
Commissioners vote down two employee pay increase options
White County Commissioners made two attempts at Monday's meeting, but both measures for a salary increase for county employees failed to pass.
2:06PM ( 6 years ago )
Signal going off, median barriers going up
The Georgia Department of Transportation will turn off the traffic signal at Jesse Jewell Parkway and Atlanta Highway next week in Gainesville.
10:43AM ( 6 years ago )
Sisk announces sheriff's candidacy
Another man has thrown his hat into the ring for Hall County Sheriff. John Sisk is a 20 year veteran of the Gainesville Police Department, according to his campaign.
6:30AM ( 6 years ago )
Marine hero from Hall County continues recovery, honored by President
The Chestatee High School graduate and United States Marine injured in Afghanistan last month continues to recover, faster than expected according to one of his brothers.
3:06PM ( 6 years ago )
Freeze could pose problems for flowering plants
Forecasters said a freeze warning will soon be in effect as temperatures are expected to plunge into the mid-20s for much of Georgia, threatening many of the plants which have already started to bloom.
10:40AM ( 6 years ago )
Two local colleges sign on to REACH
The governor's office Friday announced several more Georgia colleges, including two in our area, have signed on to the REACH Scholarship program. The privately funded REACH is designed to be needs-based.
2:36PM ( 6 years ago )
More local counties ready for movies and TV
Three more northeast Georgia counties, including Forsyth and Gilmer, have gained "Camera Ready" status.
12:30PM ( 6 years ago )