Monday December 16th, 2019 4:49AM

Alyson Shields

Alyson Shields
Nicholson man charged with aggravated stalking
Jackson County authorities have charged a man with aggravated stalking, false imprisonment and reckless conduct after a domestic violence dispute last week.
6:05PM ( 6 years ago )
Autopsy report rules out foul play in Lanier death
An autopsy report for the woman found dead on Lake Lanier Friday has ruled out foul play.
4:52PM ( 6 years ago )
Local law enforcement to participate in National Night Out
Law enforcement agencies all over the nation are participating in National Night Out tomorrow, including the Hall County Sheriff's Office.
4:36PM ( 6 years ago )
Local M.D. weighs in on Alzheimers, dementia-related illnesses
Dementia and Alzheimers are by no means new diseases, but it feels like the public is hearing more and more about those with the illness wandering off. A question prevails: are there more "wanderers," or is the illness becoming more prevalent?
10:21AM ( 6 years ago )
Sewer overflowed in Forsyth County
A Forsyth County sewer line has flooded after heavy rains overflowed the line.
5:00PM ( 6 years ago )
Barrow Co. burglary suspect caught in Morgan Co.
A 19-year-old man burglary suspect who led the Barrow County Sheriff's Office on a high speed chase Monday has been captured in Morgan County.
6:43AM ( 6 years ago )
Ga. teen pleads guilty to killing younger sister
A middle Georgia teenager has pleaded guilty to killing her 12-year-old sister and setting fire to their house in hopes of covering up the crime.
1:56PM ( 6 years ago )
Ga. officer suspended after police dog dies in car
A police dog handler was suspended and reassigned to traffic duty after his canine partner died while left in the officer's patrol car.
11:58AM ( 6 years ago )
Roundtable meeting discusses MOTOR Act, hopes for economic growth
A roundtable meeting held earlier today at the Lake Lanier Marina discussed a new bill that could potentially increase business growth around Lakes Lanier and Hartwell.
6:13PM ( 6 years ago )
Athens men, guide dogs refused service, takes store to court
Two blind men and their service dogs were refused service at a convenience store earlier this week.
4:02PM ( 6 years ago )