Sunday August 25th, 2019 6:00AM

B.J. Williams

News Director
B.J. Williams
GDOT: Busy Gainesville intersection to get $1.6M in improvements
The Georgia Department of Transportation has designated more than $1.6 million for improvements at one of the busiest intersections in Gainesville.
2:14PM ( 15 hours ago )
Local employees join workers across the Southeast in AT&T strike
When the clock struck midnight, some 20,000 AT&T workers across the Southeastern United States walked off the job in protest over contract negotiations.
11:58AM ( 18 hours ago )
Qualifying ends for all 7 Hall County municipal elections
Qualifying for the Nov. 5, 2019 elections in Hall County's seven municipalities has ended.
5:00PM ( 1 day ago )
UGA vets rule out toxic algae as cause of death for Hall County K9
While the Hall County Sheriff's Office doesn't know yet the exact cause of death for K9 officer Gus, they said exposure to toxic blue-green algae has been ruled out.
11:25AM ( 1 day ago )
Hall commissioners approve ag-entertainment venue in Clermont; Echols cautions both sides
After dealing with months of tension among neighbors, the Hall County Commission Thursday night approved a request for a Clermont barn to be used as an event venue.
7:35AM ( 1 day ago )
Two-hour standoff in Lumpkin County ends with arrest of suicidal man
A man who fired shots inside and outside his house while threatening to take his own life was arrested after a two-hour standoff with Lumpkin County Sheriff's Office deputies.
1:45PM ( 2 days ago )
GDOL: Unemployment rate drops to 2.9% for Gainesville metro in July
Georgia Labor Commissioner Mark Butler said Thursday the month of July was another "solid month" for Georgia and for the Gainesville metro, with Gainesville setting records for both labor force and employed residents.
5:59AM ( 3 days ago )
Four arrested after task force raids suspected drug house in Alpharetta
A suspected drug house in Alpharetta was shut down following a raid last Thursday by the John's Creek-Alpharetta-Forsyth County (JCAF) Drug Task Force.
2:03PM ( 3 days ago )
USG study says University of North Georgia has $667M impact on region
A study released Tuesday by the University System of Georgia revealed the University of North Georgia had an economic impact of more than $667 million on the northeast Georgia region during fiscal year 2018.
10:36AM ( 3 days ago )
Forsyth County voting officials consider changes to polling places for 2020
Changes may be coming for some polling places in Forsyth County for the 2020 election cycle, and county elections officials will hold a series of public meetings over the next few weeks to share the plan with voters.
6:43AM ( 3 days ago )