Thursday May 28th, 2020 8:47AM

B.J. Williams

Assistant News Director
B.J. Williams
Kemp to make visit to Gainesville to see COVID-19 test site, mobile medical pod
Gov. Brian Kemp plans to spend part of the day Friday, May 15 in Gainesville taking a look at how the community is responding to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
2:58PM ( 1 week ago )
White County man arrested for setting fire to his own home
A man who allegedly set fire to his own home in White County and then left the area for almost two weeks is now in jail.
1:45PM ( 1 week ago )
Lula man faces sex crimes charges in Hall, White counties
A Lula man charged with sex crimes against children in two North Georgia jurisdictions remains behind bars with no bond.
12:35PM ( 1 week ago )
Collins introduces legislation to hold China accountable for global pandemic
Republican Congressman Doug Collins of Gainesville feels confident China covered up information about the worldwide coronavirus outbreak, so he has introduced a bill to help the President go after government officials.
8:59AM ( 1 week ago )
Three rural North Georgia school districts to benefit from Wi-Fi Ranger program
Three North Georgia school systems are among 36 across the state that will benefit from a wi-fi access initiative announced this week by Gov. Brian Kemp's office.
6:58AM ( 2 weeks ago )
Lieutenant governor eyes June 15 return of Georgia lawmakers
Georgia's lieutenant governor is saying ``Not so fast'' on a proposed June 11 restart date for the General Assembly.
5:47AM ( 2 weeks ago )
Task force schedules drive-through COVID-19 testing on Atlanta Highway
A local committee tasked with educating Hall County's Latino community on the dangers of COVID-19 has organized a free testing event for the virus this Friday.
2:40PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Aviation student pleads guilty to bribing FAA test examiner
A would-be airline mechanic has pleaded guilty to bribing a Federal Aviation Administration test examiner for a passing grade, federal prosecutors said.
2:08PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Campground reservations on Lake Lanier suspended through May
Even though the busy summer recreation season is on the near horizon, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers considers the health risk too high to open campgrounds on Lake Lanier and other Corps-managed lakes in North Georgia.
10:59AM ( 2 weeks ago )
Residents can make online comments on SR 9 Corridor Study
One of the busiest corridors in Forsyth County is SR 9 and county engineers expect traffic to increase in the coming years, meaning the highway needs to be widened in some places.
8:15AM ( 2 weeks ago )