Sunday July 21st, 2019 7:46AM

Scott Kimbler

Scott Kimbler
Busy Hall County intersection to reopen with roundabout Saturday
The intersection of JM Turk Road and Martin Road will reopen Saturday with a new roundabout in place.
3:00AM ( 1 day ago )
Father and son now both dead from Lake Lanier incident
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources is reporting Libao Chen, 30, Hoschton died Thursday, July 18 at Northeast Georgia Medical Center
6:44PM ( 1 day ago )
Local church is doing a Fill-A-Bus drive for family of Deputy Nicolas Blane Dixon
A Flowery Branch church is attempting to fill a bus with supplies for the family of a fallen Hall County Sheriff's Deputy.
12:57AM ( 2 days ago )
HSCO: Woman disarms Gainesville man who held gun to her head and threatened to shoot her
A Gainesville man is jailed for allegedly putting a rifle to a woman's head Wednesday morning.
7:48PM ( 2 days ago )
Patrols increased after woman reports assault on a Forsyth County greenway
The Forsyth County Sheriff's Office said a woman was "inappropriately touched" while walking on the greenway near McFarland Parkway Wednesday morning.
1:01AM ( 3 days ago )
Sen. Isakson hospitalized after fall at D.C. home
Georgia Republican Senior Senator Johnny Isakson is in a Washington D.C. hospital.
9:21PM ( 3 days ago )
Boy involved in near drowning incident on Lake Lanier dies
The nine-year-old boy from Hoschton, involved in what was being called a near drowning incident at Lake Lanier Islands July 11th has died.
7:52PM ( 3 days ago )
Collins and Pelosi face off over Trump tweets
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi was successful Tuesday in getting a resolution passed to condemn President Trump for his recent Twitter activity, but her efforts did not come without objection from Republicans, specifically Doug Collins of Gainesville.
2:00AM ( 4 days ago )
No bond for Hall County woman charged with aggravated assault
A Hall County woman, involved in a standoff with Hall County Sheriff deputies remains in jail without bond.
9:00PM ( 5 days ago )
GBI autopsy Monday will examine skeletal remains found in a shallow grave in Gainesville
Gainesville Police Chief Jay Parrish said they suspect foul play after finding human bones in a shallow grave Friday.
4:34PM ( 1 week ago )