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Thursday July 19th, 2018 1:36PM

Rob Moore

Reporter
Rob Moore
Power restored in Sautee-Nacoochee
Power has been restored for the roughly 700 Habersham Electric Membership Corp. customers in the Sautee-Nacoochee area of White County who lost electrical service Monday morning.
2:13PM ( 5 years ago )
Scores turn out to support Banks County student
On Saturday, people from Banks and surrounding counties turned out en masse to help a Banks County student and her family.
11:03AM ( 5 years ago )
Firefighters garner attention while honing their skills in Cleveland
Cleveland Fire Department had a planned structure fire training session Saturday in downtown Cleveland and it attracted quite a bit of attention.
10:48PM ( 5 years ago )
Crowd grows at White County Agri-Fest and Country Market after rain
The gloomy weather, with a few sprinkles of rain, did not stop a large crowd from turning out in downtown Cleveland Saturday for the White County Chamber of Commerce
10:36PM ( 5 years ago )
Community rallying for Habersham County firefighter
The Habersham County community is coming together to support one who has given to it on a daily basis for years.
10:36PM ( 5 years ago )
Crowds flock to Clarkesville on Saturday for a 'Taste'
Crowds packed the Clarkesville Square Saturday for the third-annual Taste of Clarkesville.
10:26PM ( 5 years ago )
Cornelia police investigating gunshot death
Cornelia police remained on the scene of a gunshot death in the city as of midnight, some four hours after being dispatched to the home initially.
12:14AM ( 5 years ago )
Three men charged after robbery by snatching at Ingles in Elberton
Three men have been charged after a robbery by snatching at Ingles in Elberton on Wednesday.
11:47PM ( 5 years ago )
Elberton man charged in burglary interrupted by woman, infant
An Elberton man has been charged with entering a home in a burglary attempt that was interrupted by a homeowner and her infant child.
11:11PM ( 5 years ago )
Gainesville wants to stop 'missing the boat' on Olympic venue
The Gainesville City Council wants to see the Olympic rowing venue on Lake Lanier enhanced as a tourism booster for the area.
12:00PM ( 5 years ago )