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Wednesday December 2nd, 2020 11:14AM

Alyson Shields

Reporter
Alyson Shields
Statewide burn ban ending Thursday
​Every year, the state of Georgia enforces a burn ban from April 30 until October 1, and Gainesville City Fire officials encourage everyone who wants to start burning again on Thursday to be burn smart.
5:15PM ( 2 months ago )
Water main repairs underway on SR 82 in Jefferson
A water main break along State Route 82 in Jefferson is leaving some local customers without water as it is repaired.
3:58PM ( 2 months ago )
As you wish: Locked Up with the cool cats and kittens at HSNEGA
Usually, when I get #LockedUpForGood as part of the annual Adoption Angel Fundraiser, I'm curled up with a buddy in the large dog runs. It's noisey and a little chilly back there. But the cat room was like hearing tiny, fuzzy angels playing harps emerging from the heavens when they were allowed out to stretch their paws, flick their tails, and get a little playtime.
2:18PM ( 2 months ago )
Humane Society of Northeast Georgia works to fund rescue adoptions at annual lock in
The Humane Society of Northeast Georgia, for instance, not only partners dogs, cats, and other domesticated animals with new families, but also offers a spay and neuter program in their wellness clinic.
9:30PM ( 2 months ago )
Constitution Week 2020: Where is the line in the First Amendment?
Constitution Day, September 17, kicks off Constitution Week every year, which is designed to celebrate and recognize the freedoms granted to United States citizens. But as we progress as a society, does the line between what we are allowed under the First Amendment become blurry.
2:20PM ( 2 months ago )
Oakwood City Council approves millage rate, budget amendments
Oakwood City Council members passed the millage rate 4-1 at their meeting Monday night, as well as unanimously passing budget amendments for fiscal years 2019 and 2020.
1:29PM ( 2 months ago )
Gainesville man arrested in connection to child molestation case
Hall County authorities have arrested a man months after they began investigating a child molestation case.
4:15PM ( 2 months ago )
Gainesville City School Board changes meeting locations due to COVID-19
The Gainesville City School Board has secured the Public Safety Complex for its monthly meeting until the end of the 2020.
12:00PM ( 2 months ago )
2 men, juvenile arrested in Oakwood suspicious activity call
Oakwood Police think the three young men they arrested Wednesday after a suspicious activity call at The Peaks of Oakwood may be members of a gang.
3:00PM ( 2 months ago )
Taking a gamble, but I need $1,000 into the kitty… for kitties!
Coronavirus has put everyone into a mood, me included. And my sassy attitude, along with constantly snoozing Cairo, my kitty cat alarm clock, every single morning, I’ve been served a warrant once again… and I need to raise $1,000 for homeless pets to get bailed out of “jail” when I get #LockedUpForGood at the Humane Society of Northeast Georgia on September 24.
2:51PM ( 2 months ago )