Friday June 5th, 2020 3:58PM

Bryan Pirkle

Bryan Pirkle
Peaceful protest escalates into tense confrontation in downtown Gainesville
All that remained of a tense demonstration in downtown Gainesville Sunday morning were a few empty plastic water bottles scattered along Jesse Jewell Parkway near the pedestrian bridge.
8:40AM ( 5 days ago )
Health officials closing COVID-19 collection site in Dawson Co.
Nine COVID-19 specimen collection sites operated by Augusta University and the Georgia National Guard are closing Saturday, including one site in Northeast Georgia.
6:00PM ( 5 days ago )
Boys & Girls Club of Lanier announces free virtual summer camp
A free virtual summer camp is being offered by the Boys & Girls Club of Lanier through the end of July.
7:30PM ( 6 days ago )
Search underway for missing Habersham Co. man
Habersham County authorities are on the lookout for an elderly man who has been missing for roughly two days.
7:48PM ( 1 week ago )
Memorial Day flyover includes Northeast Georgia locations
The Georgia Army National Guard has announced plans for statewide flyover events on Memorial Day, with several Northeast Georgia locations included in their plan.
8:00PM ( 1 week ago )
Dawson Co. investigators trying to I.D. man whose body was found in Amicalola River
The body of an unidentified person was recovered from a Dawson County river on Tuesday, and authorities are working to determine the man's identity.
8:30PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Sugar Hill announces plans for Memorial Day ceremony, veterans memorial dedication
City officials in Sugar Hill announced on Tuesday plans for a Memorial Day ceremony and memorial dedication that will be open to the public and live-streamed online.
10:00PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Suspect arrested after series of South Hall vehicle break-ins last week
A Buford man wanted for a string of vehicle break-ins, as well as running from authorities after a related traffic stop, turned himself in to deputies at the Hall County Jail on Thursday.
8:45PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Lawrenceville City Council meetings reopening to the public
Lawrenceville City Council meetings will be reopened to the public starting next Wednesday night, the first public meeting since Lawrenceville's COVID-19-related State of Emergency ended on Wednesday.
6:26PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Habersham traffic stop results in drug trafficking charges
Three people were arrested in Habersham County on Wednesday after a traffic stop led authorities to the recovery of heroin and methamphetamine.
9:05PM ( 3 weeks ago )