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Brian Stewart

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Recent Articles by Brian Stewart

  • Ga. consumer information possibly compromised in data breach
    State Insurance Commissioner Ralph Hudgens says personal information belonging to millions of Georgia consumers may have been compromised in a recent data breach.
  • Suwanee City Council approves electric vehicle charging station, other business
    The Suwanee City Council has given the green light to install a vehicle charging station on Savannah Square Street, just outside City Hall.
  • State parks in north Georgia mountains open, despite snow
    In the north Georgia mountains, crews were plowing roads and driveways in state parks, which were open to visitors Tuesday.
  • Hall Co. Commission plans to re-solicit bids for Deaton Creek tennis courts
    Hall County Commissioners plan to re-open the bidding process for the repair of a tennis court at the Village at Deaton Creek neighborhood in Hoschton.
  • Former officer kills 2 people and himself, wounds sheriff and deputy
    A domestic incident northwest of Clarkesville Sunday night left three people dead, including the apparent shooter, and the Habersham County sheriff and one deputy wounded.
  • Gainesville modifies debris pickup rules after storm, gives Public Works a $50K boost
    The Gainesville City Council has given approval to two motions designed to help the city cleanup after the ice storm brought down trees and power lines.
  • Flowery Branch City Council changes outdoor regulatory fees, hears update on FY '14 budget
    Any organization looking to hold an outdoor event in Flowery Branch won't have as many hoops to jump through, thanks to an update to how those fees are collected approved by the Flowery Branch City Council.
  • Houses passes bill changing age of kindergarten eligibility
    The Georgia House has passed a bill that would establish an age requirement for children enrolling in kindergarten.
  • Winter weather brings uptick in beer sales at local growler stop
    Authorities are telling citizens to stay inside if at all possible, avoiding the threats of falling tree branches or icy roadways.
  • Bush role in end-of-life dispute as governor now 2016 issue
    Jeb Bush was preparing to release the emails he sent and received as Florida governor when he was excoriated by a letter-writer to The Miami Herald.
  • Guard shot at FedEx plant to undergo 26th surgery
    A security guard shot last year during a rampage at a FedEx plant will undergo his 26th surgery.
  • When disaster hits, FEMA watches Waffle Houses for guidance
    In recent years, FEMA has been getting some help of its own from an unexpected source - one you see on almost every highway throughout the Southeast: Waffle House.
  • Saudi Arabia condemns "terrorist" killing of US Muslims
    Saudi Arabia has condemned the killing in North Carolina of three American Muslim college students as a ``heinous terrorist'' act, and called for respecting religious beliefs and halting incitement against Muslims.
  • Chatham County debates benefits for same-sex partners
    Chatham County officials are debating whether they can offer insurance benefits to same-sex partners.
  • Woman stung by scorpion on flight from LA to Portland
    A scorpion stung a woman on the hand just before her flight from Los Angeles to Portland took off.
  • Public Hearing/Open House for Spout Springs Rd. widening set for Thursday
    Hall County will host a public hearing/open house on the widening of Spout Springs Road Thursday.
  • Peach Pass program to give toll credits to northside commuters adjusting their drive
    Drivers who take Interstate 85 in the morning could put a little money back in their pockets, thanks to a six-month program involving the Peach Pass system.
  • Hall Co. given 'Clean Opinion' on FY 2014 budget, but has deficiencies
    Hall County Commissioners heard the results of the audit for Fiscal Year 2014 at their meeting Thursday night.
  • Rape case against former Gainesville HS LB goes to a grand jury
    The case against former University of Tennessee and Gainesville High School linebacker A.J. Johnson will be presented to a grand jury.
  • Gainesville asks citizens not to bag recycling
    The City of Gainesville could face a fine if residents continue tying up their recycling into grocery bags, city officials say.
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