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Wednesday July 18th, 2018 8:10PM

Brian Stewart

Reporter
Brian Stewart
Boating incident numbers down again on Lake Lanier for July 4th
For the second consecutive year, the number of boating incidents on Lake Lanier dropped during the July 4 holiday, according to numbers released by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.
2:00PM ( 1 week ago )
Suwanee sets public hearing dates on proposed millage rate
Suwanee City Council is once again looking to hold the city's millage rate steady at 4.93 mills, and the public will have three opportunities to give feedback on it.
12:30PM ( 1 week ago )
Sugar Hill looks to hold millage rate steady for 16th consecutive year
Officials in Sugar Hill are once again proposing to hold the city's millage rate steady for the fiscal year, a measure that — if approved — would mark 16 consecutive years without a change.
10:00AM ( 1 week ago )
Man dead, woman charged in Friday wreck near Dahlonega
A Dahlonega man is dead and a woman is facing charges in connection to a head-on collision that happened early Friday morning near Dahlonega.
7:36AM ( 1 week ago )
Hall County Special Olympics basketball team wins national tournament
The Hall County Special Olympics basketball team is officially a national champion.
2:52PM ( 1 week ago )
Flowery Branch to discuss 'brunch bill,' special elections at Thursday meeting
Flowery Branch City Council is slated to discuss a pair of special elections at its meeting Thursday — one for residents to weigh in on the so-called "brunch bill" and one to fill the vacant seat on the council left by the late Fred Richards.
6:00PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Sugar Hill to repair failing culverts with liners; no major digging required
Sugar Hill officials are moving ahead with a plan to appropriate $142,200 to repair three failing culverts around town, but not by the traditional method of digging up the pipes and replacing them.
2:03PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Suwanee to hold off (for now) on 'brunch bill' vote
There are no immediate plans to let Suwanee citizens vote on the so called "brunch bill" that passed in the Georgia General Assembly, which allows municipal governments the opportunity to change the time that alcohol can be served on Sundays.
2:00PM ( 2 weeks ago )
UPDATE: Escaped Lumpkin County inmate captured
James Dowdy Jr. was recaptured shortly after 5:00 PM.
6:07PM ( 2 weeks ago )
One person seriously injured in Thompson Bridge Road wreck
One person was seriously injured Friday afternoon when a car crashed into a telephone pole, rolling over in the process, on Thompson Bridge Road in Gainesville.
2:42PM ( 2 weeks ago )