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Saturday March 23rd, 2019 2:56PM

Rob Moore

Reporter
Rob Moore
Habersham approves mental health court, administrator
Superior court judges in Habersham County soon will have another resource to help offenders with mental health issues.
11:56PM ( 2 months ago )
Skylake home engulfed by flames in Sunday-afternoon fire
The cause of a fire that engulfed a home in a White County gated community Sunday remains under investigation.
2:11PM ( 2 months ago )
Officials confirm first rabies case of 2019 in Habersham
Two Habersham County dogs that came in contact with a rabid raccoon will be in a 45-day home observation following that encounter.
10:20PM ( 2 months ago )
Officials release more details about arrests in $3.5M meth trafficking ring
A major drug trafficking organization officers say distributed more than $3.5 million of methamphetamine in North Georgia over the past five months has been brought down.
8:58PM ( 2 months ago )
Pitts Park cleanup from ‘extensive damage’ continues in Clarkesville
A favorite gathering place in Clarkesville could be closed for cleanup for a couple more weeks following recent flooding.
4:05PM ( 2 months ago )
Law enforcement disabling multi-million-dollar North Georgia drug trafficking organization
A major drug trafficking organization officers say distributed more than $3.5 million of methamphetamine in North Georgia over the past five months is being brought down.
12:36PM ( 2 months ago )
Authority names sole finalist for Stephens County Hospital CEO
The Stephens County Hospital Authority has designated a sole candidate for CEO of the Toccoa hospital.
5:31AM ( 2 months ago )
Cleveland man sentenced after DUI meth led to death of 3-year-old boy
A Cleveland man will spend the next 14 years behind bars after entering a guilty plea Thursday in the 2017 wreck that claimed the life of 3-year-old Easton Cain in the parking lot of Ingles in Cleveland.
9:17PM ( 2 months ago )
Judge sentences Holcomb to 20 years for 2017 death of Cleveland child
Jay Holcomb, 37, will spend the next 14 years behind bars after entering a guilty plea Thursday in the 2017 wreck that claimed the life of 3-year-old Easton Cain in the parking lot of Ingles in Cleveland.
4:31PM ( 2 months ago )
Banks County officials approve additional part-time magistrate judge
Banks County Chief Magistrate Ivan Mote will be able to hire an additional part-time magistrate judge to ease some of his workload, but the position will only be funded through the end of the fiscal year.
2:34PM ( 2 months ago )