Wednesday October 18th, 2017 6:17PM

Brian Stewart

Brian Stewart
Tuesday Morning Quarterback: Vanderbilt
That trip to Nashville was certainly easier than the last few times we've been up there.
10:00AM ( 1 week ago )
Sheriff: Man threw gas on Hoschton store clerk, threatened to set him on fire
Authorities are hoping the public will be able to identify a mask-wearing man who threw gasoline on a store clerk at a Hoschton gas station and threatened to set him on fire.
2:31PM ( 1 week ago )
Clermont to discuss alcohol sales, businesses trying to leave the city
Town leaders in Clermont will discuss the potential for alcohol sales in the town's boundaries — and the businesses looking to leave because of it — at a special meeting next week.
1:00PM ( 1 week ago )
77-year-old Forsyth County man hit, killed while crossing Canton Highway
A 77-year-old man from Cumming was killed Thursday night when he was hit by a pickup truck while crossing Canton Highway.
1:59PM ( 1 week ago )
The Last Time: Georgia at Vanderbilt
Another week, another trip north to the great Volunteer State.
12:00PM ( 1 week ago )
Sheriff: Woman reports rape by masked man in Dawson County woods
Investigators in Dawson County are hoping the public might have information on the identity of a man who reportedly raped a woman in a wooded area Wednesday.
3:41PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Gwinnett County, Buford to team up on Ga. 20 widening project
Leaders in Gwinnett County and Buford are teaming up to widen Ga. 20, otherwise known as Buford Drive, between South Lee Street and Ga. 13/Buford Highway.
11:28AM ( 2 weeks ago )
Unoccupied Forsyth County mobile home destroyed in morning fire
Forsyth County Fire investigators are working to determine the cause of a fire that destroyed an unoccupied mobile home in the northern part of the county Monday morning.
12:34PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Tuesday Morning Quarterback: Tennessee
"How can Georgia possibly play a better game than its 31-3 dismantling of Mississippi State?"
10:00AM ( 2 weeks ago )
Hall County opens online reservations for park facilities
Residents can now reserve Hall County parks facilities online, officials announced Monday.
2:41PM ( 2 weeks ago )