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Baldwin police were called to a reported armed robbery just before 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
A South Carolina woman faces more than a dozen charges from two state agencies, with numerous other charges pending in Franklin County.
The Helen City Commission heard a request Tuesday afternoon for a memorial to shooting victim May Araim.
A crowd gathered in Toccoa Tuesday for a Georgia State Patrol Fallen Trooper Road Dedication.
Four separate road checks in White County Saturday night yielded several arrests
Several Fairview Elementary students spoke during the school's Hometown Heroes assembly Thursday afternoon, but 9/11 holds a special place in one student's heart.
When Fairview Elementary School administrators started planning their annual Hometown Heroes remembrance for 9/11, they had no idea most of their school day would be spent in a soft lockdown, surrounded by emergency personnel after two unknown men were seen on campus.
Authorities lifted a soft lockdown at Fairview Elementary in Habersham County around 1:20 p.m. Thursday following the arrest of one person.
Georgia State Patrol Post 7 in Toccoa has provided more details of a four-vehicle wreck that claimed the life of a Demorest man and injured nine other people - including six children ages birth to 9 years of age.
It took rescuers about 45 minutes to retrieve an injured man who fell into the river behind Nora Mill near Helen about 10:30 Wednesday morning.
A Knoxville, Tenn., man is being held on $22,839 bond after a high-speed chase through three north Georgia counties Tuesday afternoon.
The Georgia State Patrol has released the name of the man killed in Tuesday afternoon's head-on wreck on Georgia Highway 365 at Business Highway 441 near Cornelia.
About 30 people turned out in Mt. Airy Monday night for the first of seven town hall meetings regarding the proposed 1-cent Habersham County Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax.
The Habersham County Board of Education voted Monday night to extend the contract of School Superintendent Matthew Cooper for three years.
CLARKESVILLE - Six months after a fire that damaged or destroyed several buildings on the Clarkesville Square, the city is buying up some of those structures and a nearby property.
A reported suspicious package near the perimeter of a Banks Crossing hotel Monday afternoon was not harmful.
The Banks County Sheriff's Office is releasing information about a farm equipment death that happened last week.
The Rabun County Sheriff's Office, Mountains Narcotics Criminal Investigation and Suppression Team, and Georgia Probation officers arrested a Clayton man on drug charges Friday.
Citing Paragraph VI of the Georgia Constitution, Habersham County Government says it is unable to pay medical bills for the child burned during a law enforcement raid in late May.
District Attorney Brian Rickman will meet with the family of Bounkham Pawn John Phonesavanh, the toddler who was burned during a tactical team raid of a home near Cornelia in late May.
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