Saturday January 25th, 2020 8:42PM


Lumpkin County High hosts "Adulting Day" for graduating class
It was Adulting Day at Lumpkin County High School on Friday, and just as the name suggests, the senior class had the opportunity to learn many different skills associated with becoming an adult.
4:00PM ( 4 hours ago )
Auraria: The forgotten ghost town
If you’re driving north to Dahlonega and you decide to take the backroads, you may have passed through the community of Auraria. Some run-down buildings on the side of the road are all that is left of it, and many would never guess they represent what was once a lively and thriving community.
12:00PM ( 1 day ago )
Humane Society sees growth in foster programs, adoptions
The Humane Society of Northeast Georgia has seen growth in their foster programs over the last few months, which in turn has led to an increase in pet adoptions.
11:00AM ( 6 days ago )
Sugar Hill: 'A City on the Rise'
Sugar Hill, a city on the rise that’s nestled between Buford and Suwanee, might be remembered as the heart of Georgia’s gold mining communities – or as others think, a birthing ground for moonshiners.
12:00PM ( 1 week ago )
Murrayville: Search for gold fosters rise of north Hall community
Enterprising businessman Patrick J. Murray saw opportunity nearly 200 years ago as he watched miners make the 20-plus mile journey between the gold fields near Dahlonega and the assay offices, and first private mint, in Gainesville.
12:00PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Maysville: 'You learn to grow with the people'
Some 150 years before Banks Crossing rose to the forefront as one of North Georgia’s top shopping destinations, the community that would become Maysville was the area’s center of trade.
2:01PM ( 3 weeks ago )
Participants of 2020 Polar Bear Plunge start New Year off with a splash
The Lanier Canoe and Kayak Club hosted their 22nd annual Polar Bear Plunge this afternoon at Lake Lanier Olympic Park.
5:20PM ( 3 weeks ago )
Lanierland boys: GHS routs Chestatee; Knights stun Lakeview; Bears advance to first-ever semifinal; WHall survives in OT
Despite watching a miserable display at the free-throw line, Johnson boys coach Chris Guthrie never had a doubt when senior Jesse Harbin stepped up with just 2.5 seconds left and the Knights trailing Lakeview Academy 60-59 in the quarterfinals of the 60th annual Lanierland Tournament...
4:55PM ( 4 weeks ago )
Lanierland girls: Bluff holds off GHS; Snyder buzzer-beater lifts Lakeview past Chestatee; NHall blows past EHall; Branch rolls into semis
It’s been a rough start to the season for the Cherokee Bluff girls, but Friday’s 57-45 win over Gainesville in the opening round of the 60th annual Lanierland Tournament could be the catalyst to get things turned around...
3:15PM ( 4 weeks ago )
New Holland: 'If you met the standard, you worked hard'
The smokestack of the old Pacolet Milliken mill towers over Jesse Jewell Parkway, still operating as workers make yarn and textiles in the factory almost 150 years after construction began on the operation. Just as the plant continues to chug along each day, the Millikids who grew up in the little community of New Holland continue to carry on its legacy.
12:00PM ( 4 weeks ago )