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Authorities believe one person may have been ejected after a multivehicle wreck Thursday afternoon, April 26, on Thompson Bridge Road at High Vista Pointe. [Read More]
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Brian Lester said the first he heard of workforce development transitional housing for the homeless near his home was a letter taped to his mailbox.... [Read More]
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Fifty-three years after he and his family left their tobacco plantation behind as they fled Cuba, Rene Barrios and his wife, Ivette, are about to... [Read More]
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The White House on Wednesday, April 25, sharply criticized a federal judge's ruling that the Trump administration must resume a program that has shielded hundreds... [Read More]
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Gillsville is hoping to quiet the bark of not-so-friendly dogs in the town on the Hall-Banks county border. An ordinance fashioned after... [Read More]
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Gainesville resident Agnes Hamilton considers herself a third generation gardener. "I got the gene," she said. "I sure did." [Read More]
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The Flowery Branch girls tennis team continues to power through this year's state tournament. [Read More]
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The Red Elephants scored twice within the first five minutes Wednesday as they opened their bid to return to the Class 6A state championship game... [Read More]
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The No. 1 University of North Georgia softball team won its fifth straight Peach Belt Conference regular-season championship with Wednesday's doubleheader sweep against Georgia College... [Read More]
Brady Todd won in straight sets in No. 1 singles (6-3, 6-4) to help No. 1 seed Buford to a 3-1, second-round Class 5A state... [Read More]
Dani Malone's three goals led the No. 3 seed Johnson High girls soccer team to an 8-1 win against Rome in the first round of... [Read More]
Tags: Rome - Johnson - Malone
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When it comes to the issues that really move Democratic voters, it's hard to see any daylight between the two candidates fighting for the party's... [Read More]
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In response to Elizabeth Casper's slam against elders:... [Read More]
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I read with interest Elizabeth Casper's letter in Wednesday's paper and pray that she is in the minority of our "youth" everywhere. [Read More]
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Fifty-three years after he and his family left their tobacco plantation behind as they fled Cuba, Rene Barrios and his wife, Ivette, are about to... [Read More]
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As the weather heats up, so does the entertainment in North Georgia, and May has a full lineup of beer, wine, art and racing (but... [Read More]
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Celestial Studios in Gainesville was alive on a rainy Sunday afternoon as art lovers came to support the Healing Through the Arts Program at a... [Read More]
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Red berries fill the fields at Jaemor Farms, and the family business is opening those fields to visitors May 5 for its annual strawberry U-pick... [Read More]
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Thousands of ducks flock to Lake Lanier each spring. Well, they don't really flock as much as they get shipped to Gainesville then pushed off... [Read More]
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Hall County school officials are expanding a silent alarm network and other emergency communication systems after a pilot project in one school met the standards... [Read More]
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