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Tuesday December 18th, 2018 4:42PM

Rob Moore

Reporter
Rob Moore
Recount doesn’t change House District 28 results
Tuesday afternoon’s Georgia House District 28 recount revealed no differences in vote totals.
4:04PM ( 38 minutes ago )
State announces House District 28 recount will be conducted today, Dec. 18
Elections superintendents in Banks, Habersham and Stephens counties are preparing for a recount in the Dec. 4 Georgia House District 28 Special Election.
4:59AM ( 11 hours ago )
Friday fire causes extensive damage to Banks County home
Banks County officials have released details of the fire that caused extensive damage to a home on Borders Road near Commerce Friday afternoon.
2:48AM ( 13 hours ago )
Commission votes to purchase new van for Habersham County 4-H Club
The award-winning Habersham County 4-H Club soon will have a safer means of transportation to take its members and leaders to and from conferences and community events.
11:12PM ( 17 hours ago )
'Sad day in this community' offers valuable training for emergency personnel
Flames consumed a Habersham County landmark Friday night, but the fire was no accident.
12:25PM ( 1 day ago )
Motorcade transports fallen officer home to Habersham County
A motorcade that stretched for miles escorted the body of fallen DeKalb County Police Officer Edgar Isidro Flores to Habersham County Saturday morning.
4:24PM ( 3 days ago )
Sheriff: FBI, GBI investigating bomb threat 'hoax' in Towns County
Towns County Sheriff Chris Clinton said no one was injured and nothing was found during a search of the Towns County Recreation Center following a bomb threat received Thursday afternoon.
9:31PM ( 4 days ago )
Funeral announced for Jim Marlowe, founder of GOAL and retired NGTC president
A well-known figure in Georgia higher education will be remembered Friday in Cornelia. Retired North Georgia Technical College President James Hubert Marlowe, 86, of Mt. Airy died Wednesday, Dec. 12.
8:01PM ( 4 days ago )
Fire training will claim former Runway Fish House this weekend
A location where thousands of people dined on the weekends for years will be burned to clear the way for progress this weekend.
8:00AM ( 5 days ago )
Helen approves 4-percent pay raise for all employees
The success of Alpine Helen is in the experience visitors to the city enjoy. For that reason, the Helen City Commission on Tuesday wasted no time giving all city employees a 4-percent, across-the-board raise effective with the first pay period of 2019.
10:49PM ( 6 days ago )