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Thursday August 11th, 2022 4:32AM

Rob Moore

Reporter
Rob Moore
Former manager of Commerce, Elberton Walmarts faces more than 100 charges
A former Walmart manager in both Commerce and Elberton faces more than 100 criminal charges related to fraudulent check cashing.
2:33PM ( 9 years ago )
Hart County chief magistrate judge remembered
A celebration of life service was held Friday morning for Hart County Chief Magistrate Judge Ray Anthony
11:47AM ( 9 years ago )
11 pounds of cocaine seized during Rabun County traffic stop
A traffic stop by the Georgia State Patrol in Rabun County Wednesday afternoon led to the seizure of five kilos of cocaine.
9:43AM ( 9 years ago )
Woman killed in two-vehicle Banks County crash
One person was killed and another was seriously hurt when their vehicle was struck by another near Homer in Banks County just before 6 p.m. Wednesday.
7:54AM ( 9 years ago )
Trick-or-Treat on the Square in Clarkesville draws a crowd
Children of all ages made their way throughout downtown Clarkesville Wednesday evening as part of the annual Trick-or-Treat on the Square.
11:03PM ( 9 years ago )
Missing Habersham County teen considered endangered runaway
The Habersham County Sheriff
3:46PM ( 9 years ago )
'Walking a Mile in Her Shoes' to raise awareness of domestic violence
As Domestic Violence Awareness Month draws to a close, there still are people who are not aware Georgia is sixth in the nation at the rate at which men kill women.
11:55AM ( 9 years ago )
Agriculture pioneer Robert Owen's contributions remembered
A Georgia agriculture pioneer from Habersham County would have turned 100 this month.
12:15PM ( 9 years ago )
Thousands attend free Children's Fun Festival in Clarkesville
The sixth-annual Habersham E-9-1-1 Children
9:17PM ( 9 years ago )
Original art festival on tap in Cornelia Saturday
Hundreds are expected in Cornelia on Saturday for the first Burnt Bourbon Pottery & Gallery and Tanyard Branch Heritage Center Fall ArtFest.
11:26AM ( 9 years ago )