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Friday September 24th, 2021 1:04AM

Alyson Shields

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Alyson Shields
Randolph pleads guilty to 49-count accusation
Joshua Brian Randolph plead guilty to a 49-count accusation for theft and related charges in Hall County yesterday.
3:44PM ( 8 years ago )
AT&T, Lanier Tech host "Drive 4 Pledges" event for local students
Early Tuesday afternoon, students from both Lanier Tech and local high schools gathered at Lanier Technical College's Forsyth Conference Center for "Drive 4 Pledges Day" as part of a college and career fair. The seminar featured Senator Jack Murphy (R- District 27) spoke to the students about the law he pushed forward in 2010.
2:44PM ( 8 years ago )
Atlanta rally to protest potential Syria conflict
A candlelight vigil is planned in downtown Atlanta to push for U.S. Rep. John Lewis to vote against authorizing military intervention in Syria.
4:09PM ( 8 years ago )
US weighs talk of Syria dumping chemical weapons
Confronted by the threat of U.S. air strikes, Syria swiftly welcomed the idea of turning over all of its chemical weapons for destruction on Monday, capping a remarkable chain of events that started with a suggestion from Secretary of State John Kerry, followed by a proposal from Russia and immediate endorsement by the U.N. secretary-general.
3:16PM ( 8 years ago )
Authorities respond to wreck on Browns Bridge
Authorities responded this evening to a wreck on Browns Bridge Road at Cresswind that appeared to involve a motorcycle and car.
8:07PM ( 8 years ago )
Senate panel votes to authorize force in Syria
A Senate panel has voted to give President Barack Obama the authority to use military force against Syria in response to a deadly chemical weapons attack.
3:52PM ( 8 years ago )
Crossing guard turns his life changing injury into inspiration for others
Last February at Lanier High School, resource officer Rolando Jimenez was directing traffic when he was suddenly hit by a 1999 Jeep Cherokee.
8:23PM ( 8 years ago )
Nyad 1st to swim to Florida from Cuba without cage
Looking dazed and sunburned, U.S. endurance swimmer Diana Nyad walked ashore Monday, becoming the first person to swim from Cuba to Florida without the help of a shark cage.
4:58PM ( 8 years ago )
Cops: Dad of NY tot shot in stroller likely target
Police investigating the death of a 1-year-old boy who was shot in his stroller during a walk on a city street believe his father was the intended target, Commissioner Raymond Kelly said Monday.
3:43PM ( 8 years ago )
New hospital on pace to open earlier than expected
Officials with St. Mary's Good Samaritan Hospital say a replacement hospital under construction in Greensboro is on pace to open this year. That would be months ahead of schedule.
3:37PM ( 8 years ago )