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July 5th, 2022
AAA: Pack your snacks and your patience if you're traveling
More than 30 million Americans will hit the road for this Memorial Day weekend, and one million of those will be from the Peach State, according to AAA projections.
5:00AM ( 1 month ago )
Jackson Co. DFCS employee indicted for elder exploitation
A grand jury has indicted a former employee of the Jackson County Division of Family and Children Services on three charges of elder exploitation, forgery and identity fraud.
3:30PM ( 1 month ago )
Raffensberger takes victory lap following stunning primary victory
Brad Raffensberger is touting a smooth election and a good campaign a day after defeating GOP challenger Rep. Jody Hice for the Republican nomination for Secretary of State.
4:10PM ( 1 month ago )
Two Hall Co. GOP state house races decided; two heading to runoff
Emory Dunahoo and David Clark, two incumbent Georgia lawmakers, came out on top in their respective state house races, but two other districts appear bound for a runoff.
3:00PM ( 1 month ago )
Echols edges out Gibbs in race for state senate
Hall County Commissioner Shelly Echols handily won the Republican nomination for Georgia State Senate District 49 on Tuesday.
10:49PM ( 1 month ago )
Legislation includes efforts to address safety around Buford Dam
A bill that lawmakers recently passed out of a congressional committee contains elements aimed at ensuring safety along the Chattahoochee River downstream from Buford Dam.
7:25AM ( 1 month ago )
Area graduates awarded scholarships at council meeting
Three Northeast Georgia High school graduates received scholarships at Tuesday night's Gainesville City Council Meeting.
5:00PM ( 1 month ago )
Miller, one of several legislators subpoenaed in election bill lawsuit
Several North Georgia lawmakers, including Senate President Pro Tem Butch Miller, have been subpoenaed in a lawsuit over Georgia's election bill, court documents show.
3:00PM ( 1 month ago )
Gainesville 'barely above' national average in annual index
AARP released its annual livability index this week; the information ranks every city in the country in seven categories.
12:00AM ( 1 month ago )
Dubnik to serve on special higher education committee
Gainesville Rep. Matt Dubnik, the current Chairman of the House Education Committee, will now serve on a subcommittee tackling workforce development in higher education.
6:00PM ( 1 month ago )
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