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Tuesday October 4th, 2022 9:54PM

Mitch Clarke

Director of Special Projects
Mitch Clarke is director of special projects for Jacobs Media and the anchor of WDUN's afternoon news program "Newsroom." He is a reformed print journalist, having spent nearly three decades covering local, state and national politics. Email: [email protected]. Twitter: @MitchAClarke
Mitch Clarke
Dacula family displaced after Saturday house fire
A family of six was displaced from their home in Dacula Saturday night after their house was damaged by a fire.
8:17AM ( 2 days ago )
Seven family members lose home in Lilburn fire
Seven family members were displaced from a house in Lilburn after a fire caused major damage to the rear of the home.
10:19AM ( 3 weeks ago )
Friend, former aide remembers First Lady Sandra Deal
Jen Ryan, a friend and former aide to former Gov. Nathan and Sandra Deal, shared her memories of Mrs. Deal, who died this week at age 80.
9:09AM ( 1 month ago )
Abrams aims to win back Dems who voted in Ga.'s GOP primary
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp is a conservative by any measure. As the Republicans seeks a second term in November, he can trumpet multiple tax cuts. He helped enact a ban on abortions after six weeks, before many women know they're pregnant. He presided over an election law overhaul that could make it harder for some Georgians to vote.
11:05AM ( 1 month ago )
Cooley discusses his bid for state Senate
Democrat Jody Cooley discusses his reasons for running for District 49 in the state Senate and what he thinks the biggest issues are.
11:02AM ( 1 month ago )
22-year-old man killed in crash near Clarkesville
A 22-year-old man was killed in head-on collision Saturday afternoon in Habersham County.
9:17AM ( 1 month ago )
Restaurateur Scott Dixon discusses opposition to downtown parking deck restaurants
Restaurateur Scott Dixon discusses his opposition to the city's plan to lease space adjacent to the new downtown parking deck for two restaurants.
9:53AM ( 2 months ago )
Mayor Sam Couvillon discusses downtown parking desk/restaurant plan
Mayor Sam Couvillon discusses the city's plan to lease space adjacent to the new downtown parking deck for two restaurants.
9:45AM ( 2 months ago )
Gwinnett man arrested on multiple drug charges
A joint human trafficking and drug investigation that began in Troup County has led to several drug trafficking charges against a Gwinnett County man.
11:01AM ( 2 months ago )
Local grocer discusses food inflation, long-term outlook
Warren Brown, the vice president for operations at Quality Foods, discusses why food prices are on the rise, how grocery stores are adapting and what the short-term impact might be.
9:53AM ( 2 months ago )