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Tuesday October 24th, 2017 3:22AM

Alyson Shields

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Alyson Shields
North Georgia law enforcement recognized; Gainesville Police win patrol car
The Gainesville Police Department took home a new patrol vehicle as well as several other awards at the Governor's Challenge Award ceremony Wednesday.
10:00AM ( 1 month ago )
Single lane closure on US 129 Wednesday between Sosebee, Blackstock roads
The Georgia Department of Transportation will close a single lane Wednesday of State Route 11/US 129, also known as Athens Highway, while work continues in the area.
8:32AM ( 2 months ago )
UPDATE: State Patrol releases details in accident that injured Lula councilman
The Georgia State Patrol has released more details about a pedestrian accident in Lula Monday, including confirming the pedestrian victim was councilman Robert "Lamb" Griffin.
1:57PM ( 2 months ago )
Gainesville school officials look to keep millage rate steady
The Gainesville City School Board tentatively chose to keep the millage rate the same as last year at its meeting Monday night.
9:00AM ( 2 months ago )
Gas prices decline, demand up for solar eclipse in path of totality
Gas prices in Georgia are bucking the trend and declining ahead of the fall season. Traditionally, prices rise in the second half of August. Prices declined a total of two cents, according to AAA's weekly fuel price report, down to $2.21.
8:00AM ( 2 months ago )
Forsyth County parks now equipped with lightning-sensing alert system
All of the parks in Forsyth County are now equipped with a weather-sensing device that will help predict lightning during inclement weather.
11:04AM ( 2 months ago )
Heat sensor issue causes brief evacuation at North Hall High School
A heat sensor caused the evacuation of North Hall High School Friday afternoon briefly.
1:47PM ( 2 months ago )
Good News Clinics celebrates 25 years, volunteers of the year
The Good News Clinics celebrated their 25th anniversary Thursday night with a fundraising banquet.
7:48AM ( 2 months ago )
Habitat for Humanity of Hall County Executive Director steps down
The executive director of Habitat for Humanity of Hall County has resigned from the position and transitioned to the organization's board of directors and chairman of the construction oversight committee.
1:34PM ( 2 months ago )
Dawson EMA: Be prepared for heavy traffic ahead of solar eclipse
Dawson County EMS encourages eclipse viewers to be prepared ahead of the solar eclipse next week and to prepare for any potential emergencies.
1:30PM ( 2 months ago )