Monday March 20th, 2023 12:37PM

Sydney Hencil

Sydney Hencil
Habersham County officials ask residents for old American flags
Habersham County officials are encouraging the public to evaluate the condition of their American flags and to retire any ripped, faded or stained flags.
4:15PM ( 2 days ago )
Gwinnett County Public Schools students offered free eye exam and glasses
The Georgia Optometric Association will be offering Gwinnett County Public Schools students free eye exams and glasses while also having the opportunity to see STEM in action.
1:50PM ( 2 days ago )
Toccoa man sentenced to 60 years for shooting of three victims
A Toccoa man has been sentenced to 60 years by the Superior Court of Stephens County following a three-day trial in relation to the shooting of three individuals at two convenience stores.
5:45PM ( 3 days ago )
THRIVE Coworking opens Gainesville location
THRIVE Coworking, a coworking and social enterprise, opened to the public Feb. 2 in downtown Gainesville.
3:15PM ( 3 days ago )
Healthy Hall awards recognize 13 local healthcare providers
The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce held its sixth annual Healthy Hall Awards of Excellence luncheon on Wednesday and honored nominees for their contributions to health and wellness.
6:00PM ( 4 days ago )
Georgia DOT partners with Indeed to host virtual job fair
The Georgia Department of Transportation will be partnering with Indeed on Tuesday, March 21 to host a virtual job fair for Highway Maintenance Technicians.
5:30PM ( 5 days ago )
Jackson County Sheriff’s Office warns residents about scammers
The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office is warning residents about scammers posing as police officers after a resident was scammed into sending $20,000 cash via UPS to a drop location in Butts County.
2:00PM ( 1 week ago )
East Hall High School teacher injured by student during fight
An East Hall High School teacher was injured Wednesday while trying to break up a fight between two students.
4:40PM ( 1 week ago )
Keep Hall Beautiful continuing to keep Hall County clean
In 2021 over 107,700 pounds of litter was collected within Hall County by a local non-profit, Keep Hall Beautiful, and over 48,800 pounds were within the Gainesville city limits.
4:24PM ( 1 week ago )
Two people from Gainesville arrested in drug investigation
Hall County Sheriff’s Office investigators arrested a Gainesville man and woman last month in an ongoing drug trafficking investigation.
4:40PM ( 1 week ago )