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Thursday March 21st, 2019 6:07AM

B.J. Williams

News Director
B.J. Williams
Local charity raises money for women's shelter with low-cost prom pop-up shops
A Gainesville non-profit has launched an initiative with two goals - raise money for the My Sister's Place shelter for women and help local high school students find an affordable and stylish prom dress.
11:00AM ( 2 weeks ago )
GHMPO wants community input as regional transportation plan is crafted
As Hall County transportation planners work on a 2020 Regional Transportation Plan, they have begun to gather public input on the document.
7:30AM ( 2 weeks ago )
Hall County authorities search for suspects in armed robbery on Atlanta Highway
Two suspects in the armed robbery of a convenience store on Atlanta Highway remain on the run.
2:18PM ( 2 weeks ago )
GDOT: Portions of driving surface on new Exit 14 overpass will have to be removed, reworked
Construction crews are going to have to back-track and re-do some of the work on the new Exit 14 overpass over I-985 in South Hall County.
11:25AM ( 2 weeks ago )
Hall County's Thompson appointed Director of Georgia State Patrol Aviation Division
​Capt. Kevin Thompson of Hall County has been appointed as Director of the Georgia State Patrol's Aviation Division.
10:43AM ( 2 weeks ago )
Georgia House passes budget, including raises for teachers
Georgia House lawmakers have passed a 2020 budget that includes raises for teachers, though not as much as originally pitched
5:21AM ( 2 weeks ago )
GSP arrests man who crashes truck into Hall County house
A Columbus man was arrested Wednesday morning after he lost control of his pick-up truck and smashed into a house on Spring Road in Hall County.
1:49PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Ohio woman named as sole finalist for Gainesville Parks and Rec director post
After a search that began in November, the Gainesville Parks and Recreation Board of Directors has selected a finalist for the agency's director position.
10:14AM ( 2 weeks ago )
Senate passes school safety bill requiring site assessments
Public schools in Georgia would need to receive a threat assessment every four years under school safety legislation passed by the state Senate.
4:06AM ( 3 weeks ago )
Buford townhome gutted by fire, one person suffers minor injuries
A three-story townhome was gutted by fire early Wednesday morning in a Buford neighborhood.
3:45PM ( 3 weeks ago )