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Saturday October 24th, 2020 10:24AM

Ken Stanford

Contributing Editor
Ken  Stanford
How Hall first responders are protecting themselves from COVID-19
Hall County firefighters and paramedics have developed a way to protect themselves against the COVID 19 virus.
5:00AM ( 6 months ago )
SUNDAY EDITION: Around Northeast Georgia
United Way of Hall County creates COVID-19 Relief Fund, amenities at Forsyth County parks now closed, and more...
12:01AM ( 6 months ago )
Gainesville: Dancing for a Cause celebrity dancers announced
Ten celebrity dancers have been chosen for this year’s Dancing for a Cause in Gainesville.
8:00PM ( 6 months ago )
Coronavirus: State's confirmed cases approach 2,500; death toll at 79
The number of deaths in Georgia attributed to the coronavirus is now 79, with nearly 2,500 confirmed cases statewide and 31 in Hall County.
7:25PM ( 6 months 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 ( 6 months 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 ( 6 months 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 ( 6 months ago )
SATURDAY EDITION: Around Northeast Georgia
Gainesville creates webpage devoted to COVIC-19, Brenau included in U.S. News & World Report's Best Grad Schools rankings, and more...
12:01AM ( 6 months ago )
The Latest: 2,198 cases in Ga., 30 in Hall; 65 deaths statewide
There have been five deaths in Northeast Georgia attributed to the coronavirus and 65 statewide, according to the Friday evening report from state health officials.
9:52PM ( 6 months ago )
Infection totals top 2,000 in Georgia, including 24 in Hall Co.; deaths statewide now 64
Georgia's confirmed coronavirus caseload doubled in just three days to more than 2,000 people infected and 64 deaths, state health officials said Friday.
1:51PM ( 6 months ago )