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Saturday September 26th, 2020 4:40PM

Videos

Local farmers talk about impact of COVID-19 on season
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has certainly effected the local economy- even the local farmers market.
4:00PM ( 2 days ago )
The Fast Lane: How COVID-19 is impacting school transportation
For students who are attending classes in person, even getting to the building looks different in 2020.
12:00PM ( 2 days ago )
Small Business Spotlight: A Good Look Home Inspection
Andrew Davenport knows just what to look for in a home inspection.
1:00PM ( 3 days ago )
Stakeholders break ground on Gainesville Renaissance project
A crowd including representatives from local government, developers and schools gathered this morning in downtown Gainesville for a groundbreaking ceremony on the Gainesville Renaissance project.
2:00PM ( 1 week ago )
Community members reflect on 9/11 anniversary amidst COVID-19 pandemic
A normally somber day seems even more solemn this year.
5:00PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Habersham officials say body found Thursday is 'suspicious death'
Investigators in Habersham County say it is too early to tell if a body found Thursday afternoon is that of Shane Justice, a homeless man reported missing several weeks ago.
11:00PM ( 2 weeks ago )
For Goodness Sake: Georgia Mountain Food Bank still feeding families amidst a pandemic
For more than a dozen years, and even in the middle of a pandemic, the Georgia Mountain Food Bank has helped prevent North Georgia families from going hungry.
2:00PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Thousands show up for first Great American Boat Parade
It was a sight that had to be seen to be believed- roughly 3,000 boats of all sizes decked out in patriotic decor on Lake Lanier this morning for the first ever Great American Boat Parade.
10:14PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Loeffler to Hall County residents: “I am your voice”
United States Senator Kelly Loeffler of Georgia visited Gainesville Thursday, where she assured residents that she is their “voice” in Congress.
12:00AM ( 3 weeks ago )
Candlelight vigil event honors those lost to substance abuse
As the sun set near the American Legion Post 7 in Gainesville last night, over a hundred members of the community stood with lit candles to honor loved ones lost to substance use disorder.
2:15PM ( 3 weeks ago )