Recent Articles by Rob Moore
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A two-vehicle wreck in heavy rain claimed the life of a North Carolina woman and injured six others Saturday afternoon near Clayton.
The Demorest City Council plans to begin reviewing applications for the city's finance director position Tuesday night.
A possible rabid animal was captured Friday afternoon on the outer fringe of the public park in Mt. Airy.
A now-former Union County Sheriff's Officer jailer faces sexual assault charges.
The Demorest City Council will vote Tuesday on a request from Piedmont College for a mixed-use development on Demorest-Mt. Airy Highway.
When an injured hiker, boater or recreationalist becomes stranded in a hard-to-reach place, who comes to the rescue?
The Habersham County United Way held its annual Family Fun Fest Saturday in Clarkesville.
A motorcyclist was critically injured in a two-vehicle wreck in Rabun County Saturday afternoon.
A Cleveland building sustained water damage but no one was hurt when a motorcycle struck Rocky's Barber Shop in Cleveland Friday afternoon.
Personnel from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources and other agencies spent much of Thursday in Tallulah Gorge practicing for emergency rescues.
Habersham County residents will have the opportunity in November to vote to reinstitute a 1-cent Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax.
A waste collection truck was destroyed by fire near Mt. Airy Tuesday morning.
BALDWIN - An Athens man was airlifted and his wife was taken by ambulance after a motorcycle wreck near Baldwin Saturday afternoon.
One person is dead and another wounded after what appears to be an accidental shooting in Helen Saturday night.
Georgia State Patrol Post 6 in Gainesville has a new leader
A driver caused heavy damage to the front of Dominos Pizza in Cleveland Wednesday night, and also may have damaged numerous vehicles in the city.
The National Park Service reports a Georgia man remains missing after being swept down a river in Yellowstone National Park Monday night.
Whether Nik Wallenda will do a high-wire walk across Tallulah Gorge next July as announced is uncertain.
It took more than four hours, but a hiker was rescued from the bottom of Tallulah Gorge Wednesday.
Helen and its residents could benefit if the action by the White County Development Authority proves to be successful.
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