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One dog has been euthanized and three more are under six-month quarantine after having contact with a rabid skunk Monday.
Habersham County sheriff's investigators are trying to determine whether a weekend incident was an attempted child abduction or something else.
An investigator contracted by the City of Demorest continues to delve into hundreds of thousands of dollars in missing public money.
Installation of a new water line will necessitate the closure of a portion of Level Grove Road in Cornelia Tuesday.
Clarkesville police are seeking the public's help in identifying two men who burglarized a business shortly before 8 a.m. Sunday.
Seven months after deciding to spend about $150,000 to repair an eroded riverbank containing an exposed sanitary sewer line, Helen city leaders have scrapped that plan.
A Carnesville man died in a home fire in Banks County early Friday.
A meeting Tuesday morning laid the groundwork that could lead to the consolidation of fire departments in Helen and White County.
Banks County Sheriff's Office officials have released the name of a man they're looking for after a chase initiated by Madison County ended in a crash in Banks County just before 5:30 p.m. Tuesday.
The Habersham County Commission voted 4-1 Monday night to reserve any further action or conversation on the proposed Soque Scenic Byway until additional steps are taken.
The Georgia Municipal Association awarded former Demorest Mayor Malcolm Hunnicutt with the Lifetime Service Award Monday night.
After more than six hours, Georgia Highway 75 between Helen and Hiawassee reopened Monday night.
Towns County Sheriff's Office investigators are seeking the public's help with information about an incident that seriously injured a Clarkesville teen.
A Sunday afternoon fire in White County not only destroyed a home but started a major woods fire as well.
Habersham Central is on the look out for a new head football coach following the resignation of Michael Pollock on Thursday.
Banks County Water Department crews continue working to repair a break in a large main.
It started around the turn of the 21st Century with an idea by Cornelia resident Ken Palmer to recognize all Habersham County residents who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces and grew into an effort to erect a Habersham County Wall of Honor for All Veterans.
A recent crackdown by Helen Police Department and the Georgia Department of Revenue yielded only one violation of underage sales.
Habersham County voters have approved the return of a 1-cent Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax for county purposes.
Helen leaders want to make sure they look into the future before spending more than $600,000 on a new fire truck.
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