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Wednesday March 29th, 2017 7:02AM

Rob Moore

Reporter
Rob Moore
Mt. Airy works with utilities to get streetlights working
Interim Mt. Airy Police Chief Tim Jarrell and his officers are working to address citizen concerns in the town.
6:00AM ( 2 weeks ago )
Clarkesville plans to remove problem trees from historic cemetery
The City of Clarkesville will work with a local tree company to remove problem trees from the city's historic cemetery.
1:00PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Banks County wreck results in no serious injuries
A wreck several miles south of Baldwin in Banks County Friday afternoon resulted in no serious injuries to the drivers involved, despite the appearance of the vehicles.
9:49AM ( 2 weeks ago )
Alto man perishes in Habersham head-on crash
‚ÄčA head-on wreck on Smokey Road near Alto just after 10:30 Friday night claimed one life and sent another man to the hospital.
8:20AM ( 2 weeks ago )
Gainesville woman jailed on Helen drug charges
A Gainesville woman remains jailed in White County after being arrested on drug charges at a Helen motel on Wednesday.
1:38PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Raccoon is White County's first confirmed rabies case of 2017
Several domesticated pets had contact with a rabid raccoon recently east of Cleveland.
9:24AM ( 2 weeks ago )
Helen police chief announces drug arrest
Helen Police Chief Brian Stephens says one person is in custody and the investigation is continuing after a tip lead to the discovery of drugs in a local motel.
6:48PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Homeless man leads Rabun deputies to man allegedly dealing drugs out of Clayton fast food eatery
An act of kindness by a Rabun County sheriff's deputy led to a tip that resulted in a drug arrest last week.
10:21AM ( 2 weeks ago )
Demorest will add AEDs to improve safety for residents, visitors
Those who experience a sudden cardiac event while in Demorest soon will have an additional resource to help.
10:31PM ( 3 weeks ago )
Cornelia closes portion of Level Grove Road for sidewalk construction
The City of Cornelia has closed part of a main route into downtown until further notice for infrastructure improvements.
6:00AM ( 3 weeks ago )