Sunday October 22nd, 2017 11:43AM

Derreck Booth

Derreck Booth
Miller anticipates House map change soon
State Senator Butch Miller of Gainesville said Hall County's state House districts need to be addressed and will be soon.
12:21PM ( 5 years ago )
Second case of rabies in Hall
Hall County Animal Services has its second confirmed case of rabies this year.
9:28AM ( 5 years ago )
Another fire weather danger day
National Weather Service forecasters once again said our area will have high fire danger conditions Tuesday afternoon and evening.
9:04AM ( 5 years ago )
School officials involved in call for new signal
The White County Board of Education has agreed to back a movement by the City of Cleveland to pursue a traffic signal at the intersection of Wilford Ash Sr. Parkway and West Kyle Street in Cleveland.
2:47PM ( 5 years ago )
Alcohol on March ballot in Hall
Hall County voters will see two alcohol-related ballot questions in conjunction with the Presidential Preference Primary in March.
11:13AM ( 5 years ago )
Work to close stretch of Forsyth Co. road
Utilities crews plan to close part of Concord Road in Forsyth County next week for some work.
9:15AM ( 5 years ago )
New express access and signal for commuters
Motorists will notice a couple of new things in our area starting next week, according to the Georgia Department of Transportation.
1:13PM ( 5 years ago )
Augusta teaching hospital faces deeper cuts
As Gov. Nathan Deal seeks to boost state funding for cancer research and expand the ranks of post-graduate medical residents in Georgia, the state's largest teaching hospital outside Atlanta faces budget cuts that could require shrinking its own residency program.
12:16PM ( 5 years ago )
Doctors share images with secure software
A group of Gainesville doctors and clinics are using new secure software that makes it easier to share medical images
12:05PM ( 5 years ago )
Ga. Dems hold public hearing on immigration
House Democrats said Thursday it's important for opponents of Georgia's tough new immigration law to keep fighting it even though the Republican leadership is not likely to allow changes that weaken it.
9:07AM ( 5 years ago )