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Monday May 29th, 2017 12:05AM

Rob Moore

Reporter
Rob Moore
Two qualify for open Clarkesville City Council seat
Two people have qualified to seek a seat on the Clarkesville City Council in June.
7:03PM ( 1 month ago )
Clarkesville animal owners released on $10,000 bond each
The Clarkesville residents facing nearly 350 charges each in connection with the recent animal cruelty investigation of a puppy mill just outside Clarkesville have been released from jail.
5:02PM ( 1 month ago )
Warrants issued for White County man in Cornelia, Clermont bank robberies
Warrants have been obtained for an individual believed to be responsible for a Wednesday afternoon bank robbery in Cornelia and one earlier in the month in Clermont.
1:33PM ( 1 month ago )
Fire destroys one vehicle, damages one at Habersham Central High School
A vehicle fire in the parking lot of Habersham Central High School near Mt. Airy destroyed that car and damaged one parked nearby Thursday morning.
1:03PM ( 1 month ago )
GBI: Suspect who shot Banks County deputy kidnapped Commerce woman
More information is emerging about the man officials say shot a Banks County deputy sheriff near Tanger Outlets at Banks Crossing Wednesday afternoon, including his involvement in a kidnapping after the initial incidents.
12:15PM ( 1 month ago )
Clarkesville animal owners face 341 charges each in cruelty case
Two Clarkesville residents turned themselves in to the Habersham County Detention Center Wednesday facing hundreds of charges related to an ongoing animal cruelty case.
8:00AM ( 1 month ago )
Cornelia police seek anyone who can identify bank robbery suspect
Cornelia Police Chief Chad Smith is asking for the public’s help identifying a man responsible for a bank robbery inside a grocery store in that city Wednesday afternoon.
10:54PM ( 1 month ago )
Demorest completes water connection with Mt. Airy
The City of Demorest has completed a water line interconnection with the Town of Mt. Airy.
9:00AM ( 1 month ago )
GBI: Foul play not suspected in Mt. Airy death
Initial results of an autopsy performed by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation State Crime Lab in Decatur on a woman who died at a Mt. Airy home last week revealed no signs of wrongdoing in her death.
6:45PM ( 1 month ago )
Toppled tree damages vehicles in Cornelia
A large tree that fell during Saturday night’s heavy rainfall damaged several vehicles and utility lines on one Cornelia street.
4:45PM ( 1 month ago )