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Wednesday January 20th, 2021 1:32AM

Videos

Everyday People: Living with Diabetes
Ally Baker, a 23-year-old student at the University of North Georgia, has lived with Type 1 diabetes her whole life. She was diagnosed at age six after her mother noticed questionable signs and symptoms of the disease.
11:00AM ( 1 year ago )
Addiction recovery center opens in Gainesville Tuesday
J’s Place, a recovery center located on the north end of Gainesville off GA-Hwy 60 hosted its grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday.
11:30PM ( 1 year ago )
Thinking outside the box for Valentine's Day
Christy Dove, Jefferson is an independent dealer for Damsels in Defense.
5:00AM ( 1 year ago )
Polar Bear Plunge make-up day held on Lanier Saturday
The annual Polar Bear Plunge took place on Lake Lanier after the event had to be reschedules due to dangerously high water levels in January.
6:00PM ( 1 year ago )
More details released in officer-involved shooting in Barrow County
The man that led Barrow County deputies on a chase before firing a gun at them sits in jail, but one of his two female passengers, also hit by gunfire, is still recovering in the hospital.
7:07PM ( 1 year ago )
Economic expert tells locals they're losing impact in North Georgia, invest in land for future
For more than three decades, North Georgia real estate expert Frank Norton, Jr., has crunched numbers, analyzed data and kept an eagle eye on trends that impact the economic health of his home region.
9:00AM ( 1 year ago )
Westboro Church protests met by large group of counterprotesters
A controversial Kansas-based church known for its inflammatory use of hate speech against everything from gays to the U.S. military picketed outside six Gainesville churches on Sunday, where they were met with growing numbers of counterprotesters preaching love and compassion.
12:59PM ( 1 year ago )
INK reopens after flooded disaster
For the past 17 years, a small non-profit known as the Interactive Neighborhood for Kids allowed children to imagine themselves to be a doctor, banker, or whatever their hearts desired. Which is why when the museum’s pottery room suffered a small fire that then led to flooding that destroyed many of the children’s favorite exhibits in September, it left the organization with no choice but to close their doors.
7:35PM ( 1 year ago )
Hail to the Chief! Martin retires as Gainesville top cop
Carol Martin didn’t grow up wanting a career in law enforcement. A teacher, maybe. Or an accountant. But not a police officer. And certainly not a police chief.
4:00PM ( 1 year ago )
Opioid-alternative forum continues effort to awaken, enlighten Hall County
Opioid overdose has supplanted car crashes on the list of causes-of-death according to the National Safety Council.
9:58PM ( 1 year ago )