Wednesday January 22nd, 2020 6:05AM

Cindy Centofanti

Cindy Centofanti
Gwinnett commissioners approve contract to purchase, refurbish ambulances
Gwinnett Fire and Emergency Services will soon be receiving two brand new ambulances, while an existing one will be refurbished.
6:36PM ( 11 hours ago )
Jefferson County man arrested for arson
​A Jefferson man has been arrested for first-degree arson and could be facing a prison sentence of up to twenty years.
4:31PM ( 13 hours ago )
Sugar Hill: 'A City on the Rise'
Sugar Hill, a city on the rise that’s nestled between Buford and Suwanee, might be remembered as the heart of Georgia’s gold mining communities – or as others think, a birthing ground for moonshiners.
12:00PM ( 4 days ago )
Gainesville Police arrest man in King Food Mart armed robbery, other charges likely
The Gainesville Police Department has arrested a man who they believe robbed a convenience store at gunpoint last Wednesday and then escaped the scene in a stolen vehicle.
7:00AM ( 4 days ago )
Gainesville announces minor sewer discharge
The Gainesville Department of Water Resources confirmed today a minor sewer discharge in the area of Foothills Parkway.
4:46PM ( 5 days ago )
Gainesville announces temporary road closure for East Avenue
The Gainesville Department of Water Resources plans to close East Avenue – between Jesse Jewell Parkway and Parker Street – from Wednesday, Jan. 15, to Thursday, Jan. 16, for water line maintenance.
9:01PM ( 1 week ago )
Gainesville Administrative Building to be closed partially for renovations
Renovations at the City of Gainesville Administrative Building are in the final stages and slated to continue next week with the demolition of the first floor.
5:18PM ( 1 week ago )
Gainesville resident, dog escape house fire with limited injury
A Gainseville resident and their dog made a narrow escape before they lost their home in what started out as a basement fire.
5:10PM ( 1 week ago )
Gainesville woman charged with 29 counts of credit card fraud
A Gainesville woman remains lodged in the Hall County Jail for stealing a man's credit card and charging $1,500 in miscellaneous transactions to the account before authorities arrested her Thursday.
4:22PM ( 1 week ago )
Jackson EMC Foundation awards $47k to agencies serving Hall County residents
The Jackson EMC Foundation board of directors awarded a total of $103,005 in grants during its December meeting, including $46,875 to organizations serving Hall County.
5:08PM ( 1 week ago )