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Friday August 18th, 2017 4:04PM

Brian Stewart

Reporter
Brian Stewart
GHMPO moves forward with funding for Green St. study in Gainesville
The Gainesville-Hall Metropolitan Planning Organization (GHMPO) is moving forward with funding for a corridor study of Green Street in Gainesville
12:23PM ( 1 year ago )
Flowery Branch woman arrested for depositing counterfeit checks in Gwinnett
A Flowery Branch woman faces charges in Gwinnett County for allegedly depositing counterfeit checks in Norcross and Peachtree Corners.
2:21PM ( 1 year ago )
Tuesday Morning Quarterback: Tennessee
Again, I'm glad I waited until Tuesday to voice my thoughts.
10:00AM ( 1 year ago )
Halfway home: how are my preseason picks lookin'?
Hard to believe the season, which feels like it just started, is already halfway done.
11:59AM ( 1 year ago )
UGA climatologist: cooler, wetter winter ahead
North Georgia could be in for a cooler, wetter winter this year, but that doesn't necessarily mean more snow and ice.
11:08AM ( 1 year ago )
Buford assisted living facility fails health inspection
Brookdale Buford, an assisted living facility on Old Hamilton Mill Road in Buford, has failed a routine health inspection.
4:12PM ( 1 year ago )
The Last Time: Georgia at Tennessee
Georgia fans, I'm sure, are ready to get the nasty, soggy taste out of their mouths that came along with the Alabama game. Surely a victory would easr the pain.
12:00PM ( 1 year ago )
Man suspected of theft in multiple counties nabbed in Hoschton
A Braselton man is behind bars facing a list of charges after Jackson County Sheriff's Deputies tracked him down in a stolen car Monday in Hoschton.
4:09PM ( 1 year ago )
Gainesville School Board approves improvements totaling $394K
Improvements totaling $394,000 are on the way for several city schools in Gainesville, as approved by the Gainesville Board of Education at their meeting Monday night.
12:24PM ( 1 year ago )
Hall Co. officials: Sardis Rd. repairs to take "at least two weeks"
Sardis Road, which was washed out Friday during the heavy rains, will remain closed for "at least two weeks" according to Hlal County officials.
10:00AM ( 1 year ago )