Thursday September 20th, 2018 12:40AM

Rob Moore

Rob Moore
PHOTO GALLERY: Chattahoochee Mountain Fair wraps up 42nd year
The 42nd-annual Chattahoochee Mountain Fair wrapped up Saturday night in Habersham County.
11:42PM ( 1 year ago )
Cornelia Soup Kitchen plans free community meal today
Due to generous donations, the Cornelia Soup Kitchen will be serving a free community meal from 5-7 p.m. today, Sept. 16.
3:02PM ( 1 year ago )
Chattahoochee Mountain Fair wrapping up today with Dukes of Hazzard events, more
Those who haven’t visited the Chattahoochee Mountain Fair in Clarkesville during its 2017 run still have time.
12:01PM ( 1 year ago )
Demorest lifts Boil Water Advisory
Demorest Water System customers who experienced loss of pressure or service following Irma now can consume water straight from their faucets.
8:41AM ( 1 year ago )
Medical helicopter airlifts toddler who was run over near Clarkesville
The Georgia State Patrol is investigating an incident in which a toddler was seriously injured after being run over by a vehicle on private property about 4:15 p.m. Thursday.
6:04PM ( 1 year ago )
Gov. Deal: Mt. Airy, Demorest appear to be among hardest hit areas
Gov. Nathan Deal visited with state and local officials and members of the media Thursday morning at the Habersham County Airport near Baldwin after a helicopter tour of Irma damage in Northeast Georgia.
1:27PM ( 1 year ago )
PHOTO GALLERY: Irma damage cleanup continues in Habersham
Power crews and public works employees are continuing to clean up after Tropical Storm Irma rolled across Habersham County, resulting in widespread damage earlier this week.
12:01AM ( 1 year ago )
Demorest issues Boil Water Advisory for customers who experienced low pressure
​Any Demorest water customer who experienced an outage or low pressure as a result of Irma should boil all water used for consumption.
10:26PM ( 1 year ago )
Elderly Habersham woman seriously hurt by falling tree
A tree fell on her off New Liberty Road Monday afternoon.
10:43PM ( 1 year ago )
Nearly 1,500 motorcycles traverse North Georgia in ‘Ride to Remember’ 9/11
Sixteen years after the tragic events of 9/11 altered American history forever, residents from across North Georgia want everyone to know they haven’t forgotten the sacrifices made that day.
11:20AM ( 1 year ago )