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On the shelf in Dr. Betsy Grunch's office sits a football with a University of Georgia logo emblazoned on the front. It's in a clear... [Read More]
I've always been intrigued by NASCAR. At a race, you have 40 different drivers and theoretically, you could have a row of fans supporting each... [Read More]
Just when you think expectations can go no lower in politics, our gubernatorial candidates continue to prove us wrong. [Read More]
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The summer slide, it's called, a worry some parents have that their children might forget what they've learned during the last school year while the... [Read More]
Advocates of a law in effect since July 1 said domestic abuse survivors now have greater financial protection when escaping an abusive home. [Read More]
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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which manages Lake Lanier, is clarifying its policy for the use of drone aircraft, allowing their use on corps... [Read More]
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The Trojans-Warriors series has remained evenly matched for much of its history, especially over the past decade. They've split the last 10 games, though White... [Read More]
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Not too long ago, students who weren't quite skilled enough to join the Lakewood Baptist Church worship band didn't have a place to learn. They... [Read More]
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After each time Kylie Palak interpreted the national anthem for the deaf or hard-of-hearing at a North Forsyth High School football game this past fall,... [Read More]
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Department of Transportation crews plan to close lanes overnight on Interstate 985 starting Monday, July 16, to adjust concrete slabs. [Read More]
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The Hall County Board of Elections blames a discrepancy of results from the May 22 primary posted at a South Hall voting precinct on a... [Read More]
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Either the city and county government planners and the DOT are dumbledorfs or they think the citizens are. There has been great hand-wringing hair-pulling concern... [Read More]
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On April 30, 1789, Wall Street in New York City was capital of the United States at that time, and Gen. George Washington had been... [Read More]
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Former Times Editor Johnny Vardeman speaks with David Coughlin, author of "A Storybook Site," about the building of Buford Dam and filling of Lake Lanier.... [Read More]
Crank Baits cast around rocky banks early and then later past sundown are a good way to produce big bites from Lake Lanier's spotted and... [Read More]
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There are plenty of reasons to plant for privacy in a yard. Nathan Wilson, manager and lead horticulturist at Lanier Nursery and Gardens in Flowery... [Read More]
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The developer for a mixed-use complex at the intersection of Limestone and Jesse Jewell parkways has requested to withdraw the application with the city of... [Read More]
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During a tense debate between the two Republicans vying for Georgia governor, both candidates tried to make the race about who voters can trust when... [Read More]
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A woman killed after attending the Rainbow Family of Living Light gathering in the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest was identified Thursday, July 12, through her dental... [Read More]
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When Gainesville Police play the "name game" with a person who can't or won't give their true identity, officers have a $3,000 ace in the... [Read More]
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