Sunday August 25th, 2019 2:51PM

Alyson Shields

Alyson Shields
Mayor of Oklahoma town familiar with tornadoes
Glenn Lewis looks out at a pile of twisted metal, broken wood, smashed vehicles and torn school books. This is what is left of one of the two schools in his Oklahoma town that were obliterated by a massive tornado that killed seven children in the building.
3:15PM ( 6 years ago )
"Spirit of American Heroes" concert celebrates veterans this weekend
The Northwinds Symphonic Band is celebrating Memorial Day with the "Spirit of American Heroes" concert at 7:30 Monday night at First Baptist Church in Gainesville.
10:51AM ( 6 years ago )
2 children bitten by fox at Ga. elementary school
Two elementary school students in Newton County were bitten by a fox while they were on a playground Wednesday morning, animal control officials said.
6:17PM ( 6 years ago )
Local quilters reach out to Oklahoma tornado victims
Twenty quilts have been donated to the victims of the Moore, Okla. by the quilting circle at South Bend United Methodist Church in Gainesville, Ga.
3:45PM ( 6 years ago )
Ga. Rep. Brooks pleads not guilty to fraud charges
Georgia state Rep. Tyrone Brooks on Wednesday pleaded not guilty to federal charges of mail fraud, wire fraud and filing false tax returns.
3:22PM ( 6 years ago )
Hall County residents urged to sign up for Citizen's Alert
After experiencing severe floods this past weekend, Hall County officials are encouraging residents to sign up for the Hall County Citizens Alert System.
3:57PM ( 6 years ago )
Bank worker accused of theft, fiscal exploitation
Police say Wells Fargo personal banker is accused of stealing about $10,600 from an elderly customer's account.
3:50PM ( 6 years ago )
Tea party groups protest IRS at Atlanta rally
Georgia tea party activists are protesting the targeting of conservative groups by the Internal Revenue Service during a rally in Atlanta.
3:44PM ( 6 years ago )
Solar industry pushes for more use in Ga.
The solar industry in Georgia is pushing a power monopoly to expand its use of solar energy as it plans to meet the state's electricity needs over the next two decades.
3:40PM ( 6 years ago )
The Guest House thrives in new location
The Guest House, a local daily care facility for seniors and those with dementia and alzheimer's, moved to a new location on Oak Street.
7:01PM ( 6 years ago )