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Friday October 22nd, 2021 6:44AM

Lauren Hunter

Multimedia Journalist
Lauren Hunter
Pet of the month: meet Griffin!
Looking for a new four-legged friend to join you on some adventures this fall? Meet Griffin at the Hall County Animal Shelter!
5:30PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Volunteers complete 16 service projects for second annual Week of Caring
More than 100 community volunteers from 18 companies and organizations came together to complete 16 service projects for the United Way of Hall County's second annual Week of Caring.
10:37AM ( 2 weeks ago )
Gwinnett County employees receiving 4 percent pay raise
Gwinnett County employees are getting a four percent pay raise effective immediately, thanks to a vote today by the Board of Commissioners.
3:52PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Winder police investigating explosion
Winder police are investigating an early morning explosion on Holly Drive.
2:01PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Cherokee Bluff HS students make signs, cards for healthcare workers
The cheerleading squads at Cherokee Bluff High School are showing their appreciation for healthcare workers by making signs to be displayed at a Northeast Georgia Health System location.
1:30PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Life with Lauren: Humane Society's Adoption Angel Lock-In
Usually to be locked up is not a good thing, but this morning AccessWDUN's Lauren Hunter was #LockedUpForGood.
5:30PM ( 3 weeks ago )
North Hall Middle students move chickens to agribusiness education center
A group of sixth graders moved a flock of six-week-old chickens this afternoon from North Hall Middle School to their new home at the Hall County School District's agribusiness education center.
4:29PM ( 3 weeks ago )
Hall Co. Fire Services on scene of residential fire
Hall County Fire Services are currently working a fire that occurred at a home in the 4600 block of Weatherford Road.
12:20PM ( 3 weeks ago )
Winder man killed in pedestrian crash
A Winder man was killed early this morning when he was struck by a vehicle in Athens.
5:30PM ( 3 weeks ago )
Georgia law enforcement, first responders eligible for $1k pay supplement
Sworn law enforcement officials and first responders in Georgia are now eligible for a $1,000 pay supplement.
3:10PM ( 3 weeks ago )