Sunday June 4th, 2023 2:40AM

Joy Holmes

Multimedia Journalist
Joy Holmes
Friendship Rd. sewer project set to begin later this month
Construction of the Friendship Road sewer line project will begin April 21 at 10 am, Hall County officials announced Friday.
2:45PM ( 1 month ago )
Habitat for Humanity dedicates two homes in south Hall Wednesday
Habitat for Humanity handed-over house keys Wednesday to two families at a dedication ceremony at Copper Glen subdivision in southeastern Hall County.
4:30PM ( 1 month ago )
Habersham County officials emphasize spring break water safety
Spring break has started for many students, which is why water safety should be at the forefront of people’s minds, according to Habersham County Emergency Services.
7:00AM ( 1 month ago )
Single bullet fired into Hispanic church in Gainesville, no injuries
Hall County Sheriff’s deputies were called Monday afternoon to Primera Iglesia Bautista Hispana off Harmony Street in Gainesville after an employee heard gunshots at the church, according to officials.
11:01AM ( 1 month ago )
Lawrenceville hit-and-run leaves pedestrian with serious injuries
The Gwinnett Police Accident Investigations Unit is searching for the driver of a 2016 – 2018 Hyundai Santa Fe who hit a pedestrian Monday, March 27, and left him on the side of the road in critical condition.
2:27PM ( 1 month ago )
Kilwins sweets officially opens shop downtown Gainesville
Sweet tooth cravings may now be cured inside the Gainesville Renaissance building located on the Historic Gainesville Square – Kilwins Chocolates opened its doors for business Monday.
1:09PM ( 1 month ago )
Two men identified after being electrocuted during power station break-in
Two men died by electrocution Monday morning after the pair reportedly broke into a fenced-in area at a Georgia Power substation located off Atlanta Highway in Gainesville.
5:31PM ( 2 months ago )
NGHS, Lifepoint plans to build new inpatient rehab facility in Gainesville
Northeast Georgia Health System and Lifepoint Rehabilitation have joined forces to build a long-term inpatient rehabilitation center in Gainesville set to open in 2025, according to hospital officials.
12:32PM ( 2 months ago )
UNG expects trouble ahead of $66M state budget cut
University of North Georgia President Bonita Jacobs addressed faculty and staff Thursday with concerns of the $66 million budget cut for Fiscal Year 2024 passed Wednesday by Georgia legislatures.
4:00PM ( 2 months ago )
Lt Col Jonathan Pooley sworn in as Commandant of Riverside
Riverside Preparatory Academy welcomed Lt Col Jonathan Pooley as its new Commandant of Corps of Cadets Friday. Pooley assumed his position following three-year Interim Commandant LTC Adam Carter.
4:44PM ( 2 months ago )