Monday July 15th, 2024 2:36PM

Will Daughtry

News Reporter
Will Daughtry
Kemp orders transition team for city of Mulberry as Gwinnett County joins lawsuit to block it
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp has issued an executive order on Friday appointing interim representatives for the new City of Mulberry in Gwinnett County.
5:45PM ( 2 days ago )
Habersham County celebrates completion of multiple airport projects
Habersham County completed their recent string of airport projects, resulting in a celebration on Tuesday.
8:00PM ( 3 days ago )
Sinkhole forms at Dawsonville Highway near Shallowford Road, shutting down entrance to highway
A sinkhole forming has shut access down to the entrance ramp at State Route 53 Connector traveling west at the Shallowford Road traffic signal.
2:00PM ( 5 days ago )
Operation Southern Slow Down returning for eighth year during third week of July
The Operation Southern Slow Down program will be in effect next week from July 15-21, with this being its eighth year. The states participating are Alabama, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, and Tennessee.
8:00PM ( 5 days ago )
15-year-old teen reported missing by Gwinnett County Police
Gwinnett County Police have reported a missing teen. 15-year-old Jani Biggs was last seen on Wednesday, July 3 in the Lawrenceville area.
8:45PM ( 6 days ago )
15-year-old teen reported missing by Gwinnett County Police
Gwinnett County Police have reported a missing teen. 15-year-old Jani Diggs was last seen on Wednesday, July 3 in the Lawrenceville area.
8:45PM ( 6 days ago )
Eight Longstreet Clinic physicians named as Atlanta Magazine's Top Doctors for 2024
Eighth Longstreet Clinic physicians area have been named as Atlanta Magazine’s Top Doctors for 2024.
8:00PM ( 1 week ago )
Two Georgia men charged with possession of methamphetamine in Towns County
Two Georgia men were charged with possession of methamphetamine on Thursday in Towns County.
4:00PM ( 1 week ago )
River Forks Park and Campground to host an outdoors activity event on July 13
River Forks Park and Campground will host an outdoors activity event on July 13.
6:00AM ( 1 week ago )
City of Lawrenceville proposes millage rate increase for FY2025
The City of Lawrenceville has proposed a millage rate increase. The new millage rate is proposed to be set at 3.26 mills, 1.206 mills above the roll-back rate.
5:00PM ( 1 week ago )