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Saturday June 12th, 2021 10:41PM

Videos

Small Business Spotlight: Travis Rylee Roofing
Travis Rylee understands that a lot of people don’t know what to expect when replacing a roof. That’s where he comes in with his company Travis Rylee Roofing.
12:00PM ( 2 months ago )
The Fast Lane: Parking lot safety and violations
The roads aren't the only places where vehicle accidents and violations occur.
12:00PM ( 2 months ago )
Hall Co. residents voice opinion on pandemic one year later
Today marks one year since the first confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Hall County.
3:00PM ( 2 months ago )
Large crowd comes to first Gainesville Food Truck Friday
A large crowd attended the first Food Truck Friday of 2021 yesterday at Lake Lanier Olympic Park in Gainesville.
6:00AM ( 2 months ago )
Northeast Georgia History Center “busy as ever” with digital education programs
Many businesses and organizations have shifted operations online due to the pandemic, but staff members at the Northeast Georgia History Center have been using technology to bring history to life for years.
5:00AM ( 3 months ago )
For Goodness Sake: J’s Place Recovery Center
The staff at J’s Place Recovery Center in Gainesville understand that more often than not, those struggling with addiction feel like they have no options and nowhere to turn.
1:00PM ( 3 months ago )
Small Business Spotlight: Fiddleback Forge
What started out as a hobby for Andy Roy has grown into a full-time career with an apprenticeship program and thousands of loyal customers.
1:00PM ( 3 months ago )
The Fast Lane: Road striping misunderstandings
There are some road stripings that are commonly misunderstood and it can lead to dangerous situations on the roads.
12:00PM ( 3 months ago )
Herschel Walker encourages kids to “never, never, never give up” at annual BGCL event
Herschel Walker, the UGA football legend, Heisman Trophy winner and three-time All-American athlete, has a simple message for kids in the community.
3:10PM ( 4 months ago )
For Goodness Sake: Gateway Domestic Violence Center
It may come as a shock that approximately one in four women in Hall County will experience domestic violence at some point in their lives.
2:42PM ( 4 months ago )