Monday September 23rd, 2019 9:27AM

B.J. Williams

News Director
B.J. Williams
Zamora honored at inaugural Ivester Foundation banquet for Hall County Schools
The very first celebration of a new partnership between the Hall County School District and the Ivester Foundation was held at The Oaks at Lanier College & Career Academy.
5:15PM ( 4 days ago )
Georgia high school graduation rate sets new record
State officials say 82% of Georgia seniors graduated on time from high school in 2018-2019, the highest share on record.
12:15PM ( 4 days ago )
New QuikTrip store crosses final hurdle with Gainesville City Council
A proposal for a QuikTrip convenience store at one of Gainesville's busiest intersections has cleared a final hurdle, at least with city government.
8:34AM ( 5 days ago )
Latino Fest draws hundreds to downtown Gainesville
The Hispanic Alliance expected a big crowd at Latino Fest on the downtown Gainesville Square this past Sunday, and organizers were not disappointed.
8:23AM ( 5 days ago )
Kemp asks citizens to apply online for US Senate
Who wants to be a senator? Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp is asking Georgians who think they have what it takes to apply online.
6:04AM ( 5 days ago )
Arrest made in Barrow County hit and run
A Winder man is facing charges in a hit-and-run crash Sunday morning on Georgia 316 that left the driver of a Jeep Cherokee with serious injuries.
1:15PM ( 5 days ago )
Three injured in multi-vehicle crash on Browns Bridge Road west of Gainesville
Three people were taken to the hospital to be treated for injuries following a mid-morning crash on Browns Bridge Road west of Gainesville Monday.
1:15PM ( 6 days ago )
AAA: Trend reverses, average Georgia gas price up 4-cents this week
Reversing a trend for the last several weeks, Georgia gas prices moved up last week, according to AAA-The Auto Club Group.
6:38AM ( 1 week ago )
Downtown Dahlonega crowded with demonstrators, law enforcement
Typically, a September Saturday in downtown Dahlonega would draw early fall tourists; that was not the case for Saturday, Sept. 14, however.
5:18PM ( 1 week ago )
Planned demonstrations prompt detour around downtown Dahlonega today
Travel near downtown Dahlonega Saturday will be limited as law enforcement tries to keep traffic to a minimum around a rally and an expected counter-demonstration on the downtown square.
9:00AM ( 1 week ago )