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Two dead in pair of wrecks

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2009... year in review
A state budget crisis, continued local government cutbacks, the end of the drought and a judge's ruling sharply curtailing the state's access to water in Lake Lanier were among the top stories in the state and Northeast Georgia duirng 2009.
11:55PM ( 11 years ago )
House Fire in Gainesville
Firefighters responded to the scene of a mobile home fire in the 6000 block of Hummingbird Court in Timber Ridge Estates Subdivision this evening.
7:07PM ( 11 years ago )
INK brings in New Year, kids celebrate
Around 300 youngsters celebrated New Year’s Eve early Thursday at Gainesville’s Interactive Neighborhood for Kids, (INK), in the Featherbone Communiversity Center on Chestnut Street.

3:51PM ( 11 years ago )
Local/State News
Delta coronavirus strain found in Georgia
A new variant of the coronavirus is causing concern globally and has now been discovered in Georgia.
8:41PM ( 1 hour ago )
Rezoning bid for downtown Gainesville entertainment venue and restaurant tabled in eleventh hour
Tuesday evening the City of Gainesville asked to table a rezoning request it had before the Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board that would allow for the construction of an event venue and restaurant at the intersection of Jesse Jewell Parkway and West Academy Street.
8:00PM ( 1 hour ago )
McCollum announces bid for State House
Gainesville resident and Republican Derrick McCollum announced this afternoon that he will run for State House, District 103.
4:16PM ( 5 hours ago )
Man found dead in Tallulah River after fleeing traffic stop
An Athens man was found dead in Tallulah River Monday after he allegedly fled from a traffic stop earlier in the day in Rabun County.
By AccessWDUN Staff
4:00PM ( 5 hours ago )
Pipeline CEO: Ransom payment 'hardest decision' of career
The chief executive of the massive fuel pipeline hit by ransomware last month says authorizing a multi-million-dollar payment to hackers was the right thing to do to bring an end to fuel shortages affecting much of the eastern United States
3:02PM ( 6 hours ago )