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One person was taken by ambulance for medical treatment after a two-vehicle wreck on Georgia Highway 254 at Dorsey Road in White County Saturday morning.
A Cleveland man faces charges after his vehicle collided head-on with a spreader truck in Cleveland Thursday afternoon.
Neighbors helping neighbors is the unspoken theme of Clarkesville Strong, a fundraising and promotional effort started after the March 5 downtown fire.
Next month, Rabun County Superior Court is expected to see a lengthy criminal case against the former director of the now-defunct Boggs Mountain Humane Shelter.
The City of Helen will proceed with the costly repair of a city sanitary sewer line on an eroded bank of the Chattahoochee River.
A north Georgia man remains in the Stephens County Jail after being arrested on a superior court bench warrant Tuesday night.
A veteran Habersham County School System administrator will move into a new role July 1.
There were no injuries in a two-vehicle wreck in Cleland at 12:38 p.m. Tuesday.
The Habersham County Board of Education has approved the system calendar for 2014-2015.
A Franklin County man shot and killed his ex-wife's boss, then kidnapped and killed her before shooting himself overnight Saturday, officials say.
Motorists traveling to and through Cleveland today can expect lots of company and even some detours and delays.
Despite a fire in early March, downtown Clarkesville is open for business.
A three-month undercover investigation into illegal drug activities in Toccoa motels culminated in numerous arrests Wednesday.
The Banks County Commission paused to recognize the county's 9-1-1 personnel and 2013 Dispatcher of the Year Tuesday night.
The Banks County Commission has abandoned all but about 1,000 feet of an unpopulated dirt road located between Homer and Banks Crossing.
A two-vehicle wreck on Georgia Highway 115 just east of Georgia Highway 105 (Cannon Bridge Road) at 4:33 p.m. Tuesday sent one person to the hospital.
Habersham County Sheriff Joey Terrell says a call that came in Tuesday afternoon as a shooting turned out to be an assault apparently made in self-defense, though not a gunshot.
Mt. Airy Town Park soon will have more options for young children.
A Clarkesville man died of injuries from a wreck Saturday afternoon in the Fairview community of Habersham County.
Firefighters have contained a massive woods fire in northern Habersham County.
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