Tuesday March 31st, 2020 10:18AM

Submitted News

AAA: Georgia gas prices drop to $1.85 a gallon
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, demand for gasoline drops, since travel is limited - and that is translating to lower gas prices.
5:06AM ( 1 day ago )
Hall Co.: Deadline approaching for certain property-, tax-related obligations
With all the attention give the coronavirus, this may have slipped up on you: the April 1 deadline for Hall County property owners to file for Homestead Exemption and a number of other property- and tax-related matters.
3:00PM ( 1 day ago )
North Ga. Tech scraps spring break, postpones graduation
Spring break has been scrapped at North Georgia Technical College and graduation has been postponed as the school continues to grapple with fallout from the pandemic.
10:00AM ( 2 days ago )
As virus spreads, so does gloomy outlook for Georgia budget
Deaths and the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Georgia continued to increase Saturday, even as lawmakers tried to grapple with what the pandemic will mean for state finances.
8:39AM ( 2 days ago )
Jackson EMC now suspending service disconnections through April 13
In response to the continued spread of COVID-19, Jackson EMC is keeping its drive-thru only service and continuing the suspension of disconnection for nonpayment through April 13.
3:00PM ( 2 days ago )
Hall Co. building inspections continue with added safety measures
In an effort to provide the highest level of service to the development community while balancing the public health concerns of COVID-19, the Hall County Building Inspections Division will continue to operate near full capacity with some minor modifications.
10:00AM ( 3 days ago )
Gainesville Theatre Alliance celebrates 40 years; longtime director retiring
Gainesville Theatre Alliance, which started as a theatrical experiment between a public college and private university, is celebrating its 40th year this year and saying "goodbye" to its longtime director.
5:00AM ( 3 days ago )
GDOL releases metro, regional jobs numbers for February
As recent applications for unemployment have skyrocketed in Georgia, the Georgia Department of Labor released metro and regional jobs reports for February, knowing that March will likely look very different.
7:15AM ( 4 days ago )
Bill Bartholomay, who moved Braves to Atlanta, dies at 91
Bill Bartholomay, the former baseball owner who moved the Braves from from Milwaukee to Atlanta in 1966 to become Major League Baseball's first team in the South, has died
9:30PM ( 4 days ago )
Sawnee EMC refunds customers to help with COVID-19 relief
Customers of Sawnee Electric will see a change on their April bill, and some may be surprised to discover it will be in the customer’s favor. Sawnee EMC announced on Thursday, March 26th that they have approved a refund to all members who received electric service in 2019.
6:50PM ( 4 days ago )