Sunday October 24th, 2021 12:38PM

Lauren Hunter

Multimedia Journalist
Lauren Hunter
Wimberly appointed to state Funeral Services board
A local funeral home director has been appointed to a state board.
4:06PM ( 1 month ago )
Insurance and Safety Fire office investigating Alto vehicle fire
A vehicle stolen out of Banks County was abandoned and intentionally set on fire in Alto, according to the Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner's office.
3:07PM ( 1 month ago )
North Georgia Community Foundation distributes $426k in scholarships
The North Georgia Community Foundation awarded $426,500 in scholarships this year to local students pursuing a post-secondary education this fall.
10:00AM ( 1 month ago )
Gold Creek Foods to acquire Foundation Food Group assets
Gold Creek Foods announced today that it has reached an agreement to acquire "substantially all" of the assets of Foundation Food Group.
3:19PM ( 1 month ago )
400 people seek employment at GHCC Job Fair and Career Expo
Around 400 people seeking employment attended the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce's fall Job Fair and Career Expo yesterday.
3:00PM ( 1 month ago )
How life has changed since 9/11
There is no doubt that life changed for every American on September 11, 2001.
2:00PM ( 1 month ago )
Deaths of two Gwinnett jail inmates under GBI investigation
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is investigating the deaths of two inmates at the Gwinnett County Jail.
4:03PM ( 1 month ago )
For Goodness Sake: Choices Pregnancy Care Center
Women in Gainesville/Hall County facing an unexpected pregnancy can rely on help from the staff at Choices Pregnancy Care Center.
3:30PM ( 1 month ago )
“You don’t forget” – Gainesville woman shares eyewitness account of 9/11
Marilu Wallace witnessed the events of September 11, 2001 firsthand while standing in her Brooklyn neighborhood.
3:30PM ( 1 month ago )
Hall County Tax Commissioner's Office launches “Skip the Line” campaign
The Hall County Tax Commissioner’s Office has launched a campaign that encourages local taxpayers to “save a trip” and “skip the line” for tax-related transactions.
12:04PM ( 1 month ago )