Sunday July 3rd, 2022 8:45PM

Ken Stanford

Contributing Editor
Ken  Stanford
Business Briefs
12:01AM ( 2 years ago )
Brief respite from the rain about to come to an end
Another dry day is forecast for Monday, the fourth straight for the first time in many places in Georgia since December but Tuesday will bring with it another round of showers.
10:00PM ( 2 years ago )
Let the count begin: Census forms to be mailed starting Thursday
Census forms are scheduled to be mailed to every household in the country beginning Thursday, and local officials are "ramping up" an effort to educate the public on the importance of participating.
8:00PM ( 2 years ago )
Plans for student housing near University of North Georgia Gainesville Campus move ahead
The University of North Georgia Real Estate Foundation has reached an agreement to sell about 18 acres near the school's Gainesville Campus for the development of off-campus student apartments.
3:00PM ( 2 years ago )
Coronavirus: Some cruise ship passengers headed to Marietta
Some of the passengers on the Grand Princess cruise ship off the California coast are being transferred to Dobbins Air Reserve Base in Marietta, according to Gov. Brian Kemp.
10:45AM ( 2 years ago )
Gainesville hospital first in Georgia accredited for two surgical procedures
Northeast Georgia Medical Center Gainesville made history last week as it became the first hospital in Georgia to receive accreditation as a Center of Excellence in both Robotic Surgery and Hernia Surgery.
10:00AM ( 2 years ago )
Coronavirus travel protocol for Gainesville schools announced
As the Gainesville School System continues to monitor developments surrounding the Coronavirus, school officials have updated protocols for students and staff and their families.
5:00AM ( 2 years ago )
SUNDAY EDITION: Around Northeast Georgia
Hall commissioners recognize Gainesville school's art students and their work, Braselton and Barrow County planning a river cleanup, and, it was 27 years ago this week...
12:01AM ( 2 years ago )
Plans for nearly 500 new homes to be considered by Braselton officials this month
Plans for nearly 500 new homes are scheduled to be considered by Brasleton officials this month, starting with the city council on Monday.
8:00PM ( 2 years ago )
University of North Georgia, Piedmont join Brenau in reducing overseas travel
The University of North Georgia and Piedmont College have joined Brenau University in reducing overseas travel in light of the Coronavirus threat.
3:00PM ( 2 years ago )