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Wednesday December 12th, 2018 7:24PM

Rob Moore

Reporter
Rob Moore
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 ( 20 hours ago )
Lula officials celebrate PlanFirst Community designation
Lula officials won’t receive the formal presentation until January, but that’s not stopping city leaders from celebrating Lula’s designation as a PlanFirst Community.
9:55PM ( 1 day ago )
Good Samaritan warming stations opening in Rabun County
Rabun County Emergency Management Agency/Search and Rescue announces that three warming centers will open in the county Monday afternoon for those who need them.
12:25PM ( 2 days ago )
Banks, White County deputies involved in storm-related vehicle incidents
A White County deputy sheriff is recovering, and a Banks County deputy sheriff escaped injury after separate incidents involving their patrol vehicles on Sunday.
6:31PM ( 3 days ago )
Toccoa woman airlifted for care after wreck with dump truck
Two Stephens County women were injured when their vehicle was struck by a dump truck at the intersection of Ga. 17 and Ga. 106 near Toccoa on Thursday.
5:58AM ( 4 days ago )
Erwin edges out Gasaway by 2 votes; Gasaway claims Habersham accepted 2 'illegal' ballots
Georgia House District 28 will have a new state representative in 2019 if current election results stand.
8:31PM ( 4 days ago )
Single-vehicle wreck claims life of Toccoa woman
A Toccoa woman died after her vehicle left the road for unknown reasons in Stephens County Wednesday morning.
3:42PM ( 6 days ago )
Erwin leading House District 28 Special Election re-vote by 3 votes
The Special Election for Georgia House District 28 race is too close to call, with enough outstanding votes to potentially change the outcome.
12:05AM ( 1 week ago )
Kesler announces Crunkleton will serve as Clarkesville Main Street director
Rabun County native Trudy Crunkleton has been selected as the new Clarkesville Main Street director, City Manager Barbara Kesler announced about noon Tuesday.
12:29PM ( 1 week ago )
Clarkesville officials plan meeting to discuss prospective development
Prospective growth and development coming to Clarkesville will mean a meeting of two Clarkesville government entities in the coming weeks.
10:40PM ( 1 week ago )