Sunday August 25th, 2019 5:18AM

Joy Holmes

Multimedia Journalist
Joy Holmes
Officials release identity of man in fatal motorcycle accident Sunday
The Hall County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the motorcycle accident on McEver Road near Flower Branch that left a Winder man dead.
12:42PM ( 1 day ago )
Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter scheduled to build homes in Nashville
Despite a recent hip surgery, former President Jimmy Carter and his wife Rosalynn are planning to help build homes for Habitat for Humanity for the 36th consecutive year.
11:59AM ( 1 day ago )
Don’t date the guy who doesn’t appreciate your dog.
You come along with a heap of baggage—not necessarily negative baggage, maybe I am using the wrong word here, but more so you come along with defining qualities like your quirks, a pet if you have one and whatever personality you are intended to have.Don’t date the person who can’t accept all of what you bring to the table.
4:19PM ( 2 days ago )
Clayton County schools could face lawsuit after student dies
Elite Scholars Academy in Clayton County may have violated a district policy regarding exercise in extreme heat conditions following the death of a student.
2:58PM ( 2 days ago )
Ex-wife of Atlanta Housing chairman commits double murder-suicide
The ex-wife of a prominent Atlanta surgeon and chairman of the Atlanta Housing Authority shot and killed her two adult children before killing herself.
1:04PM ( 2 days ago )
Northside Hospital announces merge with Gwinnett Health Systems
Northside Hospital and the Gwinnett Health System are preparing to combine forces to form a single health care operation that will be in effect August 28.
5:24PM ( 3 days ago )
The Fast Lane: License plate readers becoming more popular
License plate scanning technology has become common among law enforcement agencies in northeast Georgia.
12:00PM ( 3 days ago )
Gainesville City Council approves lower water rates for people outside city limits
Gainesville City Council approved a decrease in the water rate differential from 2.0 to 1.9 Tuesday evening.
7:57PM ( 4 days ago )
Iconic photographer continues to shed light on hunger in America after 50 years
The day photographer Al Clayton died, he left behind a legacy. Clayton captured moments of A-list celebrities and musicians, but the work he was most proud of was the images compiled into the 1969 book called “Still Hungry in America.”
7:22PM ( 5 days ago )
Disabled man dies in two-home house fire Friday
A man with special needs is dead after two Lawrenceville homes caught on fire Friday afternoon.
6:14PM ( 1 week ago )