Saturday April 10th, 2021 7:33AM


For Goodness Sake: Chattahoochee Riverkeeper
Summer weather means North Georgia residents are spending more time on the water, but maintaining the quality of this water for the enjoyment of the community is a year-round task for volunteers and staff with the Chattahoochee Riverkeeper.
1:00PM ( 9 months ago )
Cornelia sets first meeting in and dedication of new city hall
The Cornelia City Commission has set the public dedication of the new city hall/police department building for next month.
11:17AM ( 9 months ago )
Recreated mural brings Gainesville community together again nearly 50 years later
To the casual observer, the new mural currently being painted in the Midtown Greenway in Gainesville may look like nothing more than swirls of colors.
5:00AM ( 9 months ago )
Small Business Spotlight- Engraving by Mariko
Staff at Engraving by Mariko take pride in their ability to transform a plain cup, tumbler or piece of jewelry into something special.
4:32PM ( 9 months ago )
“We are not done” - Gainesville students lead demonstration to make their voices heard
Students who helped organize a peaceful demonstration in downtown Gainesville Monday afternoon said they hope it will help end racism they have experienced in the community.
10:26PM ( 9 months ago )
For Goodness Sake: Boys and Girls Club of Lanier
For almost seventy years, the Boys and Girls Club of Lanier has helped youth in the community reach their full potential.
2:00PM ( 9 months ago )
Gainesville candlelight vigil calls for peaceful end to racism
Another peaceful event was held Saturday night in Gainesville to call for an end to racism and police brutality, this one a candlelight vigil to honor victims of police brutality.
8:00AM ( 10 months ago )
Hot cars can result in death for people, pets
Temperatures are just approaching summertime levels across North Georgia, but Habersham County public safety officials remind drivers tragedy can occur in a matter of minutes in a hot vehicle, even in cooler weather.
10:00AM ( 10 months ago )
Hundreds gather for social justice rally in Gainesville
This past Saturday night, veteran civil rights activist Rev. Rose Johnson invited protesters involved in a tense demonstration in Gainesville over the death of a black Minneapolis man at the hands of a white police officer to join her in a peaceful rally for justice.
9:15PM ( 10 months ago )
NGMC medical unit opening soon for further treatment of COVID-19 patients
Construction is almost complete on the new temporary medical unit at the Northeast Georgia Medical Center in Gainesville. Once finished, this unit will feature twenty individual rooms and all the equipment necessary for continued treatment of patients with COVID-19.
2:00PM ( 10 months ago )