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Sunday August 19th, 2018 11:15AM

Rob Moore

Reporter
Rob Moore
Banks County ratifies emergency firehouse replacement
The full Banks County Commission has signed off on the emergency replacement for a leased fire station the county is losing next month.
12:02PM ( 3 days ago )
Helen officials discuss continuing Independence Day fireworks
The Helen City Commission has decided to move forward with the city’s traditional Independence Day fireworks display.
3:59PM ( 4 days ago )
Lula leaders look at options after councilman resigns
Lula City Councilman Vince Evans has resigned, effective immediately.
11:40PM ( 5 days ago )
Rescues yield five total patients in Tallulah Gorge
Saturday afternoon’s two initial patients have been removed from Tallulah Gorge State Park and are on their way for medical care, but now three rescuers are receiving medical care.
4:01PM ( 1 week ago )
Cornelia officials get progress look at new water plant, reservoir
Members of the Cornelia Water and Sewerage Authority got an updated look recently at construction work on the site of the new water treatment plant and reservoir on Camp Creek Road.
3:45PM ( 1 week ago )
GBI announces arrests in separate Toccoa shootings
UPDATED: The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has announced arrests in Wednesday’s deadly shooting in Toccoa, as well as a separate shooting late last month.
3:49PM ( 1 week ago )
Banks Crossing area deluged by heavy rainstorm
A storm that blew through Banks County Wednesday night downed trees and power lines across the county and caused flooding issues and wrecks in the Banks Crossing area.
1:12PM ( 1 week ago )
PHOTO GALLERY: North Georgia turns out to salute fallen soldier
People across North Georgia paused Thursday morning to pay tribute to a fallen soldier.
12:00PM ( 1 week ago )
GBI: Alpharetta man charged with threatening UNG professor, others
An Alpharetta man faces charges in Lumpkin County after allegedly threatening gun violence toward a University of North Georgia professor and others.
10:01PM ( 1 week ago )
Toccoa police seeking leads, vehicle seen leaving deadly shooting
Toccoa investigators continue to search for a vehicle they believe might belong to the suspect involved in a shooting on South Alexander Street Wednesday afternoon.
8:12PM ( 1 week ago )