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Alyson Shields

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Alyson Shields
PHOTOS: Officials, future students cut the ribbon on Mundy Mill Academy
Hundreds turned out Tuesday morning to see the new school building and ribbon cutting at the new Mundy Mill Academy.
9:53AM ( 20 hours ago )
Alpharetta Police release sketch of suspected park attacker
Alpharetta Police have released a sketch of the suspect who attacked a woman at a park last week.
8:01AM ( 1 day ago )
PHOTOS: 21st annual butterfly release draws a crowd
1,500 butterflies were released Sunday as part of the 21st Annual Friends of the Parks Butterfly Release at Wilshire Trails Park.
7:36AM ( 1 day ago )
Barrow County Emergency Services marks EMS week
Barrow County Emergency Services is joining the American College of Emergency Physicians in National EMS Week on May 21 through May 27.
5:00AM ( 3 days ago )
A-oak-kay: The tree that owns itself
Certain thresholds of independence are major life milestones. Think getting your drivers license, buying a house, paying a debt (Dave Ramsey cheers from afar). And then there are the more ambigious ones, like coming of age and those kind of things. A challenging task for any person, but what about a tree?
1:00PM ( 3 days ago )
Gainesville man arrested in connection to two armed robberies
Hall County authorities arrested a man Friday morning they believe robbed two people at gunpoint last week.
4:12PM ( 4 days ago )
UPDATE: Police continue search for missing Braselton teenager
Police are searching for a Lanier Christian Academy student after she reportedly went missing Tuesday afternoon from her Braselton home.
11:49AM ( 6 days ago )
Two officers injured arresting escaped inmate in Athens
Two Athens-Clarke County police officers were injured arresting an escaped inmate Tuesday.
9:58AM ( 6 days ago )
Golfers raise $48k for local charities
​Golfers raised about $48,000 last Saturday during the Jeffrey Dallas Gay Jr. Memorial Golf Tournament.
6:43AM ( 6 days ago )
Malfunctioning loader determined as cause of Flowery Branch commercial fire
Hall County fire officials say a loader suffering some type of electrical malfunction was the cause of fire that damaged Flowery Branch business Monday night.
7:00PM ( 1 week ago )