Tuesday January 18th, 2022 9:02AM

Rob Moore

Rob Moore
Cornelia police sponsoring May 15 car show to raise money for children
Cornelia Police Officer Lindsay Velez has a dream, and that is to see that every child at Cornelia Elementary School receives a present this Christmas.
10:00AM ( 9 months ago )
Three generations of Lions Club members hope to grow service group
The Clarkesville Lions Club includes something unique – three generations of one family who are members.
12:01PM ( 9 months ago )
Cornelia seeing rebirth of downtown thanks to entertainment district designation
The new entertainment district in Cornelia is helping accelerate the revitalization of downtown.
6:00AM ( 9 months ago )
Hebron Presbyterian Church celebrating 225 years of history, heritage
Celebrating its 225th anniversary in 2021, the congregation of Hebron Presbyterian Church in Banks County now is housed in its third sanctuary.
12:00PM ( 9 months ago )
Senate bill would teach drivers how to interact properly with law enforcement
Georgia legislators are running out of time to pass a 2021 Senate bill that law enforcement and others say would lead to better interactions between drivers and police officers during traffic stops and other encounters.
2:30PM ( 9 months ago )
Piedmont College drill grows to include trauma team from NGMC
A simulated tornado struck the Swanson Center at Piedmont College Wednesday morning, triggering a response from emergency personnel from throughout Habersham County and beyond.
5:00AM ( 9 months ago )
Habersham firefighters rescue cat from burning home
No one was hurt and a cat was rescued from a burning home off Ga. 17 outside Clarkesville Tuesday afternoon.
12:01AM ( 9 months ago )
Demorest residents charged after abandoned puppies found dead
Two abandoned puppies died agonizing deaths at a rental property in Habersham County recently, and a pair of Demorest residents face felony charges in the incident, an official said.
9:44PM ( 9 months ago )
Cornelia dedicates new fire station to Meister for 63-plus years as a volunteer
Volunteer firefighter Capt. Bob Meister gave more than 60 years of service to the residents and businesses of Cornelia and now that service will be remembered for at least the next 50 to 60 years through the city’s new fire station.
2:01PM ( 9 months ago )
Capt. Stan Elrod posthumously awarded national achievement award
The late Capt. Stan Elrod of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement Division touched many lives during his career, as evidenced by a national award he received posthumously this week.
10:01AM ( 9 months ago )