Tuesday May 18th, 2021 5:57AM

Alyson Shields

Alyson Shields
More than 50 to become U.S. citizens in Gainesville
Over 50 north Georgia residents are scheduled to become United States citizens Friday morning in the first naturalization ceremony in Gainesville since 2009.
5:14PM ( 8 years ago )
Pridemore announces bid for Congress
The former executive director of the Governor's Office of Workforce Development says she's running for Congress in Georgia's 11th District.
6:10PM ( 8 years ago )
Ga. man sentenced to 30 years for fatal stabbings
A Lawrenceville man has been sentenced to at least 30 years in prison after being convicted of killing two of his sons and seriously wounding another.
6:06PM ( 8 years ago )
Man indicted in series of unsolved Ga. rapes
Police say a man has been indicted in a series of rapes from the mid-1980s in the metro Atlanta area.
5:58PM ( 8 years ago )
Forsyth woman injured in hit-and-run, driver arrested
A woman was seriously injured after a hit and run accident May 12 on Mountain Valley Circle, near Highway 20.
5:36PM ( 8 years ago )
Kiwanis announces 2013 John W. Jacobs Sr. Memorial Award winners
The Gainesville Kiwanis Club announced the recipients for 2013 John W. Jacobs Sr Memorial Award for Excellence in Law Enforcement Tuesday.
3:32PM ( 8 years ago )
Gov't obtains wide AP phone records in probe
The Justice Department secretly obtained two months of telephone records of reporters and editors for The Associated Press in what the news cooperative's top executive called a "massive and unprecedented intrusion" into how news organizations gather the news.
7:07PM ( 8 years ago )
Obama slams IRS targeting, defends Libya effort
President Barack Obama on Monday called reports that the Internal Revenue Service targeted conservative groups "outrageous" and said anyone responsible should be held accountable.
4:28PM ( 8 years ago )
Jackson County S.O. continues alcohol checks in Jefferson
A proactive undercover operation to seek out underage alcohol sales was successful for Jackson County the weekend of May 3.
7:14PM ( 8 years ago )
Ga. has parole officers work in cars, not offices
Georgia is pioneering a new strategy to eliminate parole offices, an effort officials say allows the officers to spend more time working with people in the community and also saves money.
5:47PM ( 8 years ago )