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Tuesday October 20th, 2020 1:54AM

Alyson Shields

Reporter
Alyson Shields
Taking a gamble, but I need $1,000 into the kitty… for kitties!
Coronavirus has put everyone into a mood, me included. And my sassy attitude, along with constantly snoozing Cairo, my kitty cat alarm clock, every single morning, I’ve been served a warrant once again… and I need to raise $1,000 for homeless pets to get bailed out of “jail” when I get #LockedUpForGood at the Humane Society of Northeast Georgia on September 24.
2:51PM ( 1 month ago )
Gainesville School Board talks outdoor classrooms, COVID-19 numbers as students return
As the learn-from-home days come to a close this week in the Gainesville City School System, administrators are looking at more ways to keeps kids safe while learning.
12:56PM ( 1 month ago )
Gainesville man faces charges in car, wallet theft of elderly family member
A Gainesville man who allegedly stole a vehicle from an older family member is now charged with two felonies.
3:29PM ( 1 month ago )
Pandemic prompts more deliveries, more scammers
​COVID-19 has prompted a change in the way Americans interact with commerce, specifically allowing North Georgians to track everything from gifts to groceries from a warehouse anywhere in the world to their own front porch, all while maintaining social distance.
2:30PM ( 1 month ago )
Lanier, Hartwell currently problem-free as Labor Day weekend continues
The Labor Day holiday is often called the unofficial last day of summer, and many will take to the waters of state owned waterways like Lakes Lanier and Hartwell to enjoy the three day break.
10:00AM ( 1 month ago )
Flowery Branch's Jim Crow Road now G.C. Crow Road with new signage posted
Flowery Branch city officials announced Thursday that the long discussed Jim Crow Road off McEver Road is no more.
3:12PM ( 1 month ago )
Hall County inmate faces new charges after attacking deputies at the jail
A Hall County Jail inmate is facing more charges after an intense fight with deputies last week, with the inmate accused of trying to take weapons, immobilize deputies, and push one over a railing.
4:00PM ( 1 month ago )
Gainesville City decides against Mule Camp festival, 5k for 2020
The annual tradition of Mule Camp in downtown Gainesville will take 2020 off.
3:00PM ( 1 month ago )
Positive coronavirus case closes Spout Springs Library until Tuesday
A staff member at one of the Hall County Library branches has tested positive for COVID-19, prompting the closure of the Spout Springs branch.
2:04PM ( 1 month ago )
Hall County Animal Shelter awarded for annual progress
Best Friends Animal Society, a national animal welfare organization that focuses on reducing euthanasia in animal shelter across the U.S. has recognized the Hall County Animal Shelter with the Transformational Change Award.
9:00AM ( 1 month ago )