Sunday July 21st, 2019 3:29PM

Rob Moore

Rob Moore
Man faces criminal charges over ‘F-bomb’ in Helen
A visitor who was arrested during last weekend’s import car show in Helen says police should have cited him rather than taking him to jail for cursing in public.
11:43AM ( 2 months ago )
Banks County designates Blackwell as senior magistrate judge
There’s a new senior judge in Northeast Georgia, and Banks County Commission Chairman Jimmy Hooper could not be happier about it.
11:35PM ( 2 months ago )
Lula prepares to welcome new business on almost 20 acres
The City of Lula is beginning the process of adding nearly 20 acres to its corporate limits.
10:35PM ( 2 months ago )
Fire destroys Commerce home, remains under investigation
Banks County fire investigators continue to probe the cause of a fire that destroyed a home Saturday night.
10:17AM ( 2 months ago )
Cornelia Municipal Building crumbles to give way to progress
Brick and mortar walls may crumble to the ground, but those who worked in the Cornelia Municipal Building over the past seven decades say memories will last a lifetime.
6:39PM ( 2 months ago )
White County officials dealing with storm damage
A severe thunderstorm roared across White County Saturday morning, leaving in its path downed trees and power lines and structural damage in the Leaf community.
1:58PM ( 2 months ago )
Tallulah Falls water customers facing expected water rate hike
It appears customers of one of the state’s smallest municipal water systems face a steep rate hike, possibly 30 percent or more.
11:59PM ( 2 months ago )
Habersham deputies charge wanted Gainesville man after lengthy car chase
A man wanted by Hall County authorities led deputies on a vehicle chase through Habersham and Hall counties Thursday.
11:32PM ( 2 months ago )
Cornelia honors local residents with Lifesaving Awards
Cornelia officials paused Tuesday night to a local father and son for their heroism at a wreck on Chase Road in Mt. Airy in December.
5:47PM ( 2 months ago )
Tuesday fire destroys two-story Mt. Airy home
Cornelia Fire Department officials have released more information about the fire that destroyed a Mt. Airy home Tuesday afternoon.
4:08PM ( 2 months ago )