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Bryan Pirkle

Bryan Pirkle





Recent Articles by Bryan Pirkle

  • North Gainesville power outage caused by fallen tree
    A power outage has been reported in a portion of Gainesville, predominately along Clarkes Bridge Road near the intersection with Limestone Parkway.
  • Obama to send 475 additional troops to Iraq
    President Barack Obama is sending 475 more U.S. troops into Iraq to supplement an existing American military presence that is helping Iraqi security forces battle Islamic State militants and secure diplomatic facilities.
  • Survey of company execs: U.S. pay likely to stagnate
    U.S. workers face a dim future, with stagnant or falling pay and fewer openings for full-time jobs.
  • Helen's Oktoberfest kicks off two-month run Thursday
    It's almost time for the longest running Oktoberfest in the country - the 44th-annual Helen Oktoberfest.
  • Plans for brewery in Gainesville in the works
    Anheuser-Busch has nothing to worry about but a brewery, actually a microbrewery, is in the works in Gainesville.
  • SWAT standoff ends peacefully in Gwinnett County
    A SWAT standoff in Gwinnett County ended peacefully Thursday night when authorities were able to convince a murder suspect barricaded inside a Lawrenceville home to surrender himself to police custody.
  • Searchers to be back on the water Wednesday, looking for missing woman
    Authorities suspended the search for a missing swimmer on Lake Lanier Tuesday evening and planned to resume search efforts at daybreak.
  • US military targets extremists in Somalia
    The Pentagon says U.S. military forces have targeted the Islamic extremist al-Shabaab network in an operation in Somalia.
  • MANS: Two arrested in Gainesville on several drug charges
    Two Gainesville residents face numerous drug-related charges after being arrested in Hall County on Friday.
  • Prospect of strikes in Syria tamped down by Obama
    President Barack Obama tamped down the prospect of imminent U.S. military action in Syria on Thursday, saying ``we don't have a strategy yet'' for degrading the violent militant group seeking to establish a caliphate in the Middle East.
  • Asphalt, supplies unaccounted for in Atlanta audit
    An audit has found that the Atlanta Department of Public Works can't account for at least $2.2 million in materials and is vulnerable to theft.
  • Biden to Iraqi leaders: Time for new government
    Vice President Joe Biden is calling top Iraqi leaders to call for the formation of a new government and encourage their opposition to the Islamic State group.
  • Hearings planned in Gainesville, Buford on Common Core, other education issues
    The state Board of Education has scheduled hearings in Gainesville and Buford on the controversial Common Core Standards and other public education issues.
  • U.S. changing no-fly list rules
    The Obama administration is promising to change the way travelers can ask to be removed from its no-fly list of suspected terrorists banned from air travel.
  • Crowd gathers in Ga. to protest Missouri shooting
    Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in downtown Atlanta to protest the shooting of Michael Brown, an unarmed man who was fatally shot by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri.
  • Lanier Village Estates raising money for injured Hall Co. firefighters
    Lanier Village Estates has been raising money this month for the Hall County firefighters who were injured in a training accident last month - the effort sparked by the fact that it was Lanier Village that urged the county to purchase the truck involved in the accident.
  • Body of Habersham Central grad. found in Yellowstone National Park
    The body of a missing Demorest man was discovered Friday in Yellowstone National Park, four days after the man disappeared in an apparent tubing accident.
  • US sends food, water, other aid to Iraq
    The U.S. is delivering food, water and aid teams to try to help tens of thousands of people who have been forced from their homes in Iraq in the fresh wave of violence in the country's north.
  • Gainesville Meals on Wheels needs volunteers
    For the first time in many years the greatest need for Meals on Wheels in Gainesville is not money. It's volunteers.
  • Gainesville forum to explore marijuana use, Georgia law
    A forum in Gainesville next month will explore marijuana use and Georgia law as it pertains to the drug, including attempts to legalize medical marijuana in the state.
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