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The Habersham County Commission received an update on two outstanding lawsuits Thursday afternoon.
The Habersham County Commission again is finding itself in the position of having to take over long-term debt for one of its authorities
Agents from GBI Region 8 have been called to assist in a fatal double shooting investigation in eastern Habersham County.
A White County Middle School student was airlifted for medical treatment Tuesday night after suffering an injury during a sports match.
An attempted traffic stop in Cornelia resulted in a chases around 9:30 p.m. Monday.
The Habersham County government has not reached a settlement yet with 2-year-old Bounkham Pawn John Phonesavanh's family.
An Interstate 85 chase through Franklin and Banks counties Sunday morning reached nearly 150 miles per hour on the wet roadway.
A chase involving a motorcycle Sunday night left a Jackson man in jail and a Clarkesville police car damaged.
Arrest warrants have been secured in connection with bodies found Monday in Blairsville.
A Banks County High School mathematics teacher remains jailed after his arrest Monday.
The Stephens County Board of Education will consider a proposal from School Superintendent Bryan Dorsey tonight that would begin the process of cutting another $1.9 million in system expenses.
The City of Royston will have to turn off water in areas affecting Campbell Street and Highway 281 to Windy Hill Road beginning at 9 a.m. Wednesday, March 18, in order to replace a fire hydrant.
Several Habersham County residents voiced their opposition to a proposed Dollar General store that would be located on Georgia Highway 17 near the White County line.
Union County officials say the public is not in danger despite a double homicide there.
The Banks County Commission has cleared the way for a new business to bring about two dozen jobs to the county.
A commercial vehicle operator was jailed following a Saturday wreck in White County.
Nearly 18 months after an incident that left him shot by a Habersham County sheriff's deputy, Marshall Allen Rice has been found guilty and sentenced to serve 70 years in felony confinement for attempting to shoot sheriff's Lt. Tonya Elrod during a traffic stop.
Habersham County is dealing with its second rabies case of the year.
The City of Demorest is on the move, literally.
While group residential facilities and group treatment facilities have required a conditional use approval, prior to Monday they were allowed in any zoning district in Clarkesville.
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