Wednesday July 18th, 2018 9:48PM

Rob Moore

Rob Moore
Helen police recover 8 pounds of marijuana from downtown business
Helen police have busted a downtown business proprietor and another person for distributing marijuana.
4:31PM ( 5 hours ago )
Union County search warrant yields 13 lbs. of crystal meth
The Union County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday released details of what it calls the largest methamphetamine seizure in the area.
2:04PM ( 7 hours ago )
UPDATE: GSP releases details of serious-injury Habersham crash
The Georgia State Patrol says an Alabama man in a rented box truck was cited after Tuesday morning’s serious-injury wreck on Ga. 15/U.S. 441 at Antioch Church Road in Habersham County.
1:03PM ( 1 day ago )
Habersham officials discuss Baldwin pulling out of animal control, automatic aid
Habersham County officials are continuing to make adjustments in the provision of county services after the City of Baldwin pulled out of one service and announced it will exit another in the coming weeks.
11:49PM ( 1 day ago )
Female airlifted for treatment after fall from top of Minnehaha Falls
A hiker in Rabun County fell about 30 feet according to emergency officials.
8:00PM ( 3 days ago )
Demorest mayor provides preliminary recap of Glorious Fourth of July
Demorest Mayor Rick Austin says it’s too early to know the financial outcome of the 2018 Demorest Glorious Fourth of July Celebration.
1:35PM ( 5 days ago )
Merchant says Independence Day fireworks outgrowing Helen
Are area Independence Day celebrations outgrowing the communities that host them?
12:05PM ( 5 days ago )
Clarkesville proceeding with negotiations for city services management
The Clarkesville City Council will continue discussing whether hiring an outside management firm to oversee several city departments is in the best interest of the city’s residents.
10:55PM ( 5 days ago )
Demorest proceeding with lawsuit against opioid manufacturers
Demorest leaders say they have been impacted personally and professionally by the opioid crisis.
9:55PM ( 1 week ago )
Helen Fire personnel don’t limit rescues to humans
In the third most-visited tourist destination in Georgia, emergency personnel sometimes face unconventional situations.
12:35PM ( 1 week ago )