Tuesday October 26th, 2021 2:28PM

Austin Eller

Austin Eller
Georgia River Network developing immersive map of Georgia rivers
The Georgia River Network has partnered with EarthViews to create 360-degree digital maps of Georgia’s rivers, similar to the “street view” feature on Google Maps.
4:00PM ( 2 months ago )
City of Cornelia finishes Big Red Apple restoration project
The nearly 100-year-old Big Red Apple statue which stands in the City of Cornelia was recently restored and repainted as part of a restoration project.
3:45PM ( 2 months ago )
High school classes begin Friday at Empower College & Career Center
Students at Jackson County High School will attend class in a new building beginning Friday, but changes are also underway at the school’s previous building, which has been converted to the Empower College and Career Center.
4:15PM ( 2 months ago )
Jackson County High School principal: New building is 'point of pride'
Students enrolled in Jackson County Schools will return to the classroom for the new school year on Friday, and for Jackson County High School students, that includes going back to class in a brand new, state-of-the-art building.
4:30PM ( 2 months ago )
Gainesville Police Explorers recruiting new members
Gainesville Police Explorers Post 297 is currently recruiting new members who are between the ages of 14 and 20 to learn about potential future careers in law enforcement
4:00PM ( 2 months ago )
Students participating in UNG summer language immersion program
Students from across the country are learning a school years’ worth of a critical foreign language in just a six-week timeframe at the University of North Georgia.
3:10PM ( 3 months ago )
Suwanee law enforcement training company releases VR de-escalation product
InVeris Training Solutions, a Suwanee-based law enforcement and military training product manufacturer and developer, recently released a virtual reality product that aims to train law enforcement on proper de-escalation tactics.
5:05PM ( 3 months ago )
September dragon boat race to honor fallen public safety heroes
Sign-ups are now available for a dragon boat race on Sept. 11 at Lake Lanier which aims to honor the lives lost on Sept. 11, 2001, as well as fallen public safety heroes.
6:00PM ( 3 months ago )
Gainesville man shot and killed Saturday morning, suspect arrested
A Gainesville man was reportedly shot and killed early Saturday morning just east of Gainesville behind a home off of East Ridge Road.
2:50PM ( 3 months ago )
Recovery of man's body from Lake Lanier brings family closure
When local authorities were unable to recover from Lake Lanier the body of Dorian Adonis Pinson, 24, of Greenville, South Carolina, his mother turned to private recovery teams to bring their family closure.
4:30PM ( 3 months ago )