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Monday March 18th, 2019 11:56PM

Rob Moore

Reporter
Rob Moore
Five departments battle fire at three-story Lula home
The cause of a fire that destroyed a large Lula home Saturday is under investigation.
2:48PM ( 9 hours ago )
Officials conducting prescribed burn at Tallulah Gorge
The U.S. Forest Service – Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests, Chattooga River Ranger District, is conducting a 179-acre prescribed fire at Tallulah Gorge in Habersham County today, March 18.
11:31AM ( 12 hours ago )
Habersham County Commission sets budget review meetings
The Habersham County Commission has announced the dates for budget review meetings for the upcoming fiscal year.
7:00PM ( 1 day ago )
Cornelia officials set Tuesday groundbreaking for new municipal complex
The Cornelia City Commission invites the public to join them at city hall at noon Tuesday, March 19, for groundbreaking ceremonies for the new city hall/police and fire facilities off South Main Street.
3:01PM ( 2 days ago )
Banks County approves 'historic' amount of road work
The Banks County Commission is delivering on its promise to begin upgrades to all county roads through the county’s 2018 1-cent Roads and Bridges Tax.
10:35AM ( 5 days ago )
Reward offered in Stephens County arson fire
A fire investigator with the Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner’s Office has determined that a Sunday-afternoon fire in Toccoa was intentionally set.
3:23PM ( 6 days ago )
Lula pauses to celebrate Councilman Mordecai Wilson’s 94th birthday
There was an air of celebration at the Lula City Council work session Monday night as city leaders and others paused to celebrate the birthday of one of the city’s councilmen.
10:46PM ( 1 week ago )
Cornelia officials, property owners sit down to share concerns
More than a dozen Cornelia property owners gathered at the Cornelia Community House Thursday night to meet with city leaders over what they call “threatening letters” sent by city officials about their properties.
9:01AM ( 1 week ago )
Clarkesville officials dealing with infrastructure 'sins of the past'
The failure of a stormwater pipe that runs underneath a building on property owned by Clarkesville Baptist Church created a lot of discussion at Monday night’s Clarkesville City Council meeting.
2:02PM ( 1 week ago )
Habersham charges Canon man in death of 4-month-old Pit Bull
Habersham County Animal Care and Control officers have filed felony animal cruelty charges against a Canon man after an incident resulting in the death of a Pit Bull puppy on Friday.
1:31PM ( 2 weeks ago )