Wednesday May 22nd, 2019 12:46PM

Mitch Clarke

Director of News and Content
Mitch Clarke is director of news and content for Jacobs Media. He is a reformed print journalist, having spent nearly three decades covering local, state and national politics. Email: Twitter: @MitchAClarke
Mitch Clarke
Gainesville police searching for missing man
Gainesville police are searching for a 76-year-old man last seen early this morning near Blueridge Drive.
11:03AM ( 1 hour ago )
2:40PM ( 22 hours ago )
Living in the Wild Kingdom
I’ve been surprised over the last few weeks at the number of critters I’ve encountered during my daily walks with Milly, the liver and white springer spaniel who lives at my house.
10:15AM ( 1 day ago )
Greater Hall Chamber celebrates business at 111th annual gala
The Hall County business community gathered Thursday night to celebrate some of their own at the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce’s 111th annual meeting and gala.
10:00PM ( 5 days ago )
Insurance commissioner surrenders to federal authorities
Georgia’s insurance commissioner surrendered to federal authorities Wednesday morning to face charges of fraud, money laundering and embezzlement.
10:22AM ( 1 week ago )
Westboro returns to Georgia to protest at Cartersville brewery
The controversial Kansas-based church that brought its inflammatory use of hate speech to six Gainesville churches on Super Bowl Sunday is coming back to Georgia this weekend, this time to protest at a Cartersville brewery.
9:03AM ( 1 week ago )
Kiwanis Club honors local law enforcement officers
Five members of local law enforcement were honored Tuesday for their work by the Gainesville Kiwanis Club.
3:25PM ( 1 week ago )
Georgia Insurance Commissioner Jim Beck indicted for fraud
Georgia Insurance Commissioner Jim Beck has been indicted by a federal grand jury for wire fraud that allegedly occurred before he was elected in 2018.
1:58PM ( 1 week ago )
I love the adventures that books can create
I love books. Fiction. Nonfiction. It doesn't really matter. I've been this way since childhood, ever since Mrs. Widener taught us to read in the first grade. Before long, I was sharing the adventures of teenage detectives Frank and Joe Hardy.
9:26AM ( 1 week ago )
Chestatee students sign 'letters of intent' to pursue apprenticeships
It’s not unusual for high schools to have ceremonies for students who are signing letters of intent to play sports in college. On Friday, Chestatee High School put a new spin on the practice.
7:45AM ( 1 week ago )