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The Banks County Commission voted Tuesday night to make Interim Fire Chief Robert Wilkins the county's fire chief.
The Habersham County Board of Education has begun working on its budget for the 2014-2015 school year, realizing it will face even more financial challenges than ever.
A large crowd witnessed the Habersham County Board of Education honor a special education bus driver for heroism Monday night, then gave her a standing ovation.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is releasing a little more information about Sunday's double shooting in Mt. Airy.
Banks County officials say they still have no suspects in the case of a woman who was glued to a toilet seat on Nov. 27.
Despite a forecast for possible rain across northeast Georgia on Saturday, inclement weather held off for most Christmas parades and events.
Christmas events are ramping up in northeast Georgia this weekend, with numerous parades and other events set in the area.
The Elbert County Sheriff's Office confirmed Friday morning that 44-year-old Amos Rucker, missing since Nov. 17, was located safe Thursday.
The Elbert County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's help locating a man who has been missing since Nov. 17.
A Rabun County detention officer was fired and arrested Tuesday, charged in connection with an alleged sexual assault while on duty.
The Cornelia City Commission voted Tuesday night to purchase three new vehicles and a piece of road repair equipment.
Citing the need for viability of existing structures, the Helen City Commission voted Tuesday to rezone Tuscany Villas, located at 26 Midway Street in the city's north end.
A man armed with a shotgun kept Banks County sheriff's deputies at bay for about three hours overnight Monday.
Citing the failure by Habersham County residents to renew the 1-cent Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax, the Mt. Airy Town Council voted Monday night to increase water rates in the town.
The Athens-Clarke County Police Department and Georgia Bureau of Investigation continue to investigate recent home invasions and robberies in their jurisdiction.
There were no serious injuries in a wreck that landed a vehicle in the creek Saturday in Cleveland.
Cornelia Police Chief Rick Darby said Athens-Clarke County investigators and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation are interested in three men arrested in the city Monday.
A Grayson man faces numerous charges after fleeing from and colliding with a Banks County deputy Thursday night.
It was a busy Sunday for White County firefighters, who were dispatched to reports of fires at four homes in the county.
A home west of Cleveland was destroyed by fire early Friday.
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