Sunday June 13th, 2021 7:59AM

Lauren Hunter

Multimedia Journalist
Lauren Hunter
Down to the wire
It is hard to believe that two weeks from today, I will be in Columbus for the first day of the 2021 Miss Georgia Scholarship Competition.
3:00PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Small Business Spotlight: Autry's Ace Hardware
David Autry and his associates go the extra mile to make their customers feel welcome each time they visit Autry’s Ace Hardware.
12:30PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Georgia DNR officials emphasize safety ahead of Memorial Day weekend
Memorial Day weekend is often considered the kickoff to boating season on Lake Lanier, so officials with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources are reminding the public of general safety tips when getting out on the water.
6:00AM ( 2 weeks ago )
Man dies after accident at Dawson Co. construction site
An unidentified man is dead following an injury Wednesday afternoon at a construction site in a Dawson County residential area.
1:14PM ( 3 weeks ago )
Success in private interview
Sometimes people will ask me which is true: does my job as a reporter help me with pageants, or do pageants help me with my job?
3:00PM ( 3 weeks ago )
South Korean electric parts supplier investing $10 million in new Braselton facility
Duckyang, an electric mobility parts supplier based in South Korea, will invest $10 million into its first U.S.-based facility in Braselton.
1:00PM ( 3 weeks ago )
Wedding, event venues booked as pandemic eases
As a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many event and wedding venues in North Georgia are booked at least a year in advance.
2:08PM ( 3 weeks ago )
Road closures scheduled in downtown Gainesville
A couple of streets in downtown Gainesville will be closed soon for utility work, according to the City of Gainesville.
3:14PM ( 3 weeks ago )
Gainesville High to award three honorary diplomas
In keeping with tradition, Gainesville High School will award three local people this week with honorary diplomas.
4:26PM ( 3 weeks ago )
Forsyth County Animal Shelter waiving adoption fees May 22
The Forsyth County Animal Shelter will waive its normal $85 pet adoption fee on May 22 as part of a preview event for their Summer of Love program.
12:00PM ( 3 weeks ago )