Tuesday October 26th, 2021 8:28AM

Alyson Shields

Alyson Shields
East Hall: W. Va woman charged with stealing lottery tickets from employer
A West Virginia woman is in the Hall County Jail for stealing over $6,000 worth of lottery tickets from the East Hall County store where she worked.
11:30AM ( 3 years ago )
Local philanthropist, Drug Free Coalition Hall County director dies
The former director Drug Free Coalition of Hall County and local philanthropist, J.P. Banks, has passed away.
11:04AM ( 3 years ago )
Jefferson pair arrested following mail theft investigation
Two people from Jefferson were arrested Thursday for 13 counts of theft by taking.
11:12AM ( 3 years ago )
Forsyth County resident wins Georgia Lottery Cash4Life top prize
‚ÄčA resident of Cumming has claimed the top prize in the Cash4Life drawing on October 26.
2:44PM ( 3 years ago )
Lanier Tech shows off new campus at half-way point in construction
Lanier Technical College is building a brand new campus, almost double the size of their old campus in Oakwood, on the Gainesville property just past Interstate 985. At Thursday's "halftime report," as college President Ray Perrin called it, students, staff, community members and government higher ups got to tour the space.
8:00PM ( 3 years ago )
Unemployment rates fall in Northeast Georgia, metro Gainesville for September
The unemployment rate in Northeast Georgia fell in September from 4.6 percent to 4 percent.
7:50AM ( 4 years ago )
Lanier Islands shares employment numbers, future site plans, holiday prep to South Hall Business Coalition
Members of the Greater Hall Chamber South Hall Business Coalition not only got a sneak peek at some holiday lights Wednesday morning but they also learned a lot more about Lake Lanier Islands and how it functions year-round.
11:01AM ( 4 years ago )
Gas prices keep dropping in Georgia after Harvey
Gas prices continue to fall in the southeast and Georgia prices dropped almost a nickel during the past week.
8:04AM ( 4 years ago )
Average Georgian to spend $86 on Halloween, up slightly from 2016
Georgians celebrating Halloween with candy, costumes, decor and more are expected to set an all-time high this year when it comes to consumer spending.
6:00AM ( 4 years ago )
Master Craftsmen: Technical jobs need young people
The sixth annual Master Craftsmen awards ceremony and forum focused on the need for young people in the trades and the success stories of the eight men awarded with the honor for 2017.
12:00PM ( 4 years ago )