Wednesday February 20th, 2019 4:30AM

Rob Moore

Rob Moore
Dislodged wood-burning stove stack allows fire into White County home
No one was hurt in a Monday-morning fire at a mobile home in White County.
2:22AM ( 3 weeks ago )
Monday fire causes moderate damage to Banks County home
Banks County firefighters quickly contained a house fire to the room of origin Monday afternoon.
11:12PM ( 3 weeks ago )
GSP arrests motorcyclist after chase in Hall, Habersham counties
A motorcyclist suffered non-life-threatening injuries after a single-vehicle wreck during a chase involving the Georgia State Patrol in Baldwin Monday night.
10:21PM ( 3 weeks ago )
GSP arrests Dillard Police Chief on DUI charges
Dillard’s top law enforcement officer found himself in trouble with law Friday night.
6:19PM ( 3 weeks ago )
Tuesday car chase results in arrest of Mt. Airy man
A Mt. Airy man whose vehicle was being stopped for a minor traffic violation Tuesday afternoon now faces a number of charges after a chase in the Cornelia area.
9:47AM ( 3 weeks ago )
Lula raises qualifying fee for city council seats
Even before the presumed winner of the Ward 1 Lula City Council Special Election takes office, the council is looking to the November election.
10:35PM ( 4 weeks ago )
Piedmont College names Habersham native Andrews as police chief
Jim Andrews will be heading home to Habersham County to lead the Piedmont College Campus Police Department next month.
10:40AM ( 4 weeks ago )
PHOTO GALLERY: Elberton area celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Elbert County’s Martin Luther King Jr. United Celebration, the annual celebration of the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. takes place each year on the weekend preceding the legal holiday observances.
11:57PM ( 4 weeks ago )
One of Alpine Helen founders recalled fondly as arrangements announced
A capacity crowd that had gathered at the Helen Arts and Heritage Center Wednesday morning to learn about Helen’s transformation to an Alpine Village started out hearing news about the death of one of the three men who guided that change.
10:35AM ( 1 month ago )
First female police chief in Tallulah Falls begins work Thursday
The Town of Tallulah Falls will have a new police effective Thursday, Jan. 17.
4:41PM ( 1 month ago )