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Brian Stewart

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Recent Articles by Brian Stewart

  • Hall Co. Commissioners table abandonment plan for Tumbling Circle RR crossing
    At its meeting Thursday evening, Hall County Commissioners voted unanimously to table a plan to abandon a 1,786-foot right of way along Tumbling Circle associated with the closing of the Norfolk Southern Railway crossing.
  • DOT presents Lumpkin Co. with $400K for road improvements
    The Lumpkin County Commission received a check from the Georgia DOT (on behalf of the State Transportation Board) for $400,000 to repave 5.52 miles of local roads.
  • Flowery Branch City Council approves annexation/rezoning requests
    The Flowery Branch City Council approved the annexing and rezoning of 142 acres of land to build office parks.
  • SCOGA says White Co. murderer doesn't deserve new trial
    The Supreme Court of Georgia (SCOGA) has reversed a White County judge s decision and ruled that a man who was convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison does not deserve a new trial.
  • Lawsuit seeks to force processing of Ga. voters
    A lawsuit seeks to force voting officials to enroll potential voters in Georgia ahead of the upcoming election.
  • Augusta air travelers find comfort in therapy dogs
    With two scheduled layovers on her daylong flight home to Nevada, Laura DePersia's nerves were on edge as she waited inside Augusta Regional Airport's terminal.
  • Hall Co. Commission tables potential $20K plan for tennis court repairs
    At its meeting Thursday evening, the Hall County Commission tabled a plan that could use as much as $20,000 to repair tennis courts at the Village at Deaton Creek subdivision in Hoschton.
  • Gainesville City Council narrowly approves first reading of micro-brewery request
    At its meeting Tuesday evening, Gainesville Mayor Danny Dunagan cast the fourth vote necessary for the City Council to approve the first reading of a zoning request from the Left Nut Brewing Company.
  • Gwinnett schools top state, national SAT averages
    According to press release from Gwinnett County Schools, the county's composite SAT average -- a combination of average reading, math, and writing sections of the exam -- is 1505, which is higher than both the state's average (1445) and the national average (1497).
  • Polyester fiber company opening northwest GA plant
    A new polyester fiber manufacturing company is opening a facility in northwest Georgia and is expecting to create 114 new jobs.
  • Citizens lined out the door to oppose Flowery Branch rezoning request
    Citizens from Compass Pointe and Lexington Woods neighborhoods packed the Flowery Branch City Council meeting Thursday evening to oppose a rezoning/annexation request.
  • Cleveland man charged with DUI after running into Gwinnett Co. Sheriff's Deputy
    A Cleveland man faces a list of charges after running into a Gwinnett County Sheriff's Deputy Wednesday night on I-85 between Indian Trail Rd and Jimmy Carter Blvd around 11:00 p.m.
  • Hall Co. School Board determines NHHS renovations a "go," EHHS on hold
    At its meeting Monday evening, the Hall County School Board determined that improvements to North Hall High School can continue as scheduled, starting in 2015.
  • Bomb threat forces North Hall Middle School evacuation
    North Hall Middle School was evacuated Monday afternoon following a bomb threat.
  • Flowery Branch City Council declares emergency with Spring St. culvert
    At its meeting Thursday evening, the Flowery Branch City Council gave unanimous approval to declare an emergency with a culvert on Spring Street.
  • Gainesville City Council gives final approval for water/sewage fees adjustments
    At its meeting Tuesday night, the Gainesville City Council gave final approval for an adjustment in water account service fees.
  • Hall drug agents arrest Cumming woman, seize kilo of meth
    A 24-year-old Cumming woman is behind bars in the Hall County jail following her arrest by the Multi-Agency Narcotics Squad with assistance from the Gainesville Police Department Patrol.
  • Some Gainesville water customers could have service interrupted for improvements
    Some water customers in Gainesville could see a service interruption next week as crews work on water main improvements.
  • Gainesville citizens, public service members gather for 9/11 memorial
    Paying tribute to the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks hits close to home for many people, as evidenced by the crowd that turned out to the Gainesville Public Safety Complex to attend a memorial ceremony on the 13th anniversary of that infamous day.
  • Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board gives approval for micro-brewery
    At its meeting Tuesday night, the Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board gave unanimous approval for a micro-brewery called Left Nut Brewing Company to set up shop in the city.
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