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Saturday December 16th, 2017 6:10AM

Brian Stewart

Reporter
Brian Stewart
Officials break ground on new multi-use building in Downtown Gainesville
Officials on Friday broke the ceremonial ground on a new multi-use building in Downtown Gainesville at the corner of Main Street and Broad Street.
3:57PM ( 14 hours ago )
Jackson County wreck kills 15-year-old girl, alleged at-fault driver flees
The alleged at-fault driver of a five-vehicle wreck Friday in Jackson County that killed a 15-year-old girl remained on the loose Monday afternoon.
12:37PM ( 4 days ago )
New Suwanee website to launch in February
The new website for the city of Suwanee is tentatively slated to launch in February, according to city documents.
2:00PM ( 5 days ago )
Weather-related cancellations and closings for Monday
The winter weather always brings cancellations and delays for local schools, businesses and churches.
9:00PM ( 6 days ago )
Alert neighbor spots Gainesville apartment fire, helps residents evacuate
Nobody was injured, thanks to the quick thinking of one alert neighbor, but a fire at a Gainesville apartment complex forced the evacuation of 12 apartments.
12:16PM ( 6 days ago )
Gwinnett Braves unveil new name, colors, logo
In an effort to establish a new identity for the team, officials on Friday announced the rebranding of the Braves' AAA affiliate in Gwinnett, unveiling the logos and colors for the new Gwinnett Stripers.
12:34PM ( 1 week ago )
Deputies: Gwinnett man led authorities on 100 mph chase in Hall, Jackson counties
A Gwinnett man is facing a list of charges, including three counts of aggravated assault on a police officer and DUI for allegedly leading Hall County sheriff's deputies on a chase Friday night at speeds of more than 100 mph.
4:16PM ( 1 week ago )
Tuesday Morning Quarterback: Auburn, Part II
Three days later, and I still get a little giddy saying the 2017 Georgia Bulldogs are SEC Champions.
10:00AM ( 1 week ago )
Sugar Hill 2018 budget includes spending decrease, despite funding for new theater, gym
Sugar City Council is poised to adopt the 2018 fiscal year budget at its meeting on Monday, a budget that features an over all spending decrease of 3.54-percent, despite the addition of funding for a new community theater and gymnasium.
9:17AM ( 1 week ago )
Lumpkin County school bus accident sends two students to the hospital
A Monday morning school bus accident in Lumpkin County sent two students to the hospital for medical treatment, officials said.
3:35PM ( 1 week ago )