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Saturday July 20th, 2019 9:03PM

Rebecca Hubbard

Reporter/Anchor
Rebecca Hubbard
Forsyth County deputy died on the first day of training
Forsyth County Sheriff's officials ask for prayers after losing one of their own during his first day of training at the Georgia Basic Training Center.
7:41PM ( 3 months ago )
Forsyth County deputy a big hit at a resident's birthday party
A Forsyth County K-9 deputy made quite an impression on a 9-year old resident during his birthday party.
3:00PM ( 3 months ago )
GSP: Fatal accident on Thompson Bridge Road attributed to DUI
A Gainesville man faces multiple charges after a passenger in his car died in an early Sunday morning accident.
9:00PM ( 3 months ago )
Forsyth County employees encouraged to use ride-sharing
Forsyth County leaders hope employees will take part in a 60-day trial of a new ride-sharing service through Waze.
6:30PM ( 3 months ago )
Geveko Markings building facility in Gainesville
More jobs are coming to Hall County when a Swedish company opens their new manufacturing plant and headquarters in late 2019.
6:00PM ( 3 months ago )
School board leaders agree to contract with construction company for East Forsyth High School
Forsyth County's newest high school to serve the northeast part of the county will be the most expensive project built so far in the county.
6:00PM ( 3 months ago )
Donation helps Good News Clinics improve patient care
Uninsured people in Hall County will benefit from a software upgrade that allows the Good News Clinics to share private medical data electronically.
7:00PM ( 3 months ago )
Gwinnett high school principal receives statewide honor
The Georgia Association of Secondary School Principals chose a Suwanee educator as this year's Principal of the Year
6:00PM ( 3 months ago )
NE Georgia lawmakers push for computer science classes in all high schools
Georgia students could see computer science classes offered in the coming years if Senate Bill 108 passes the legislature by April 2nd.
4:25PM ( 3 months ago )
Car battery plant near Commerce granted some pretty big tax breaks
A new electric battery plant in Jackson County will receive around $3,000,000 in grants, land, and tax breaks for building their new plant there.
3:00PM ( 3 months ago )