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Thursday May 26th, 2022 4:20PM

Kimberly Sizemore

Anchor/Reporter
Kimberly Sizemore
The thousand jobs I never knew I always wanted
As election season comes upon us, I realize I too am a politician. I make laws all day long. However, my constituents, who are between the ages of 3 – 9 years old, continue to remind me that they did not vote me in office.
8:18AM ( 1 month ago )
Juneteenth paid holiday approved for employees of Gwinnett County
Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners voted on behalf of employees at their Tuesday meeting, voting on several key issues affecting personnel.
8:45AM ( 1 month ago )
Gainesville sees a slight uptick in the unemployment rate
The unemployment rate last month rose one-tenth to 2.5 percent.
7:14AM ( 1 month ago )
Lavonia man arrested for drug trafficking
A suspected drug trafficker has been arrested in Franklin County.
6:13AM ( 1 month ago )
Cheers, fear as judge strikes down U.S. transit mask mandate
A federal judge’s decision to strike down a national mask mandate was met with cheers on some airplanes but also concern about whether it’s really time to end the order sparked by the COVID-19 pandemic
5:43AM ( 1 month ago )
Chaplains in Ukraine look to Forsyth County Chaplains for support
As the war in Ukraine rages, few people know how to help or what to do. Two chaplains in Forsyth County not only have a plan to help, but unknowingly, they helped long before the war even began.
7:23AM ( 1 month ago )
Gas prices continue to drop in Georgia
According to the AAA weekly report released Monday morning, Georgians are now paying 6 cents less than a week ago.
5:47AM ( 1 month ago )
Hall County School Board fast tracks bonuses for teachers
Last month Governor Kemp announced a bonus for some school employees, including teachers.
7:12AM ( 1 month ago )
Former employees of the Gwinnett County Medical Examiner's office sue for overtime compensation
A lawsuit has been filed against the Gwinnett County medical examiner’s office in Lawrenceville. Employees there say that they were asked to work all hours of the day and night and were not properly compensated.
7:44AM ( 1 month ago )
Wages go up in Georgia as unemployment goes down
Georgia Labor Commissioner Mark Butler announced on Thursday that the March unemployment rate dropped to an all-time low of 3.1 percent.
5:57AM ( 1 month ago )