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Brian Stewart

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Recent Articles by Brian Stewart

  • Suwanee City Council to hold final public hearings on proposed millage rate
    On Tuesday, August 26, the Suwanee City Council will hold its final two public hearings on the proposed 2014 millage rate.
  • Flowery Branch City Council approves $1.5 million loan for water/sewer plant
    At its meeting Thursday night, Flowery Branch City Council unanimously approved taking out a $1.5 from the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority to increase the capacity and phosphorous load of the city's water plant.
  • Habersham County will not pay injured toddler's hospital bills
    The Habersham County Board of Commissioners says it has determined that it would be illegal for it pay the hospital bills of Bounkham Phonesavahn, a toddler injured by a flash grenade during a drug raid in Cornelia in May.
  • New Clermont daycare center gets go-ahead with state license
    The site of the former Discovering Basics daycare center is under new ownership, which has officially received its state license to operate under the new name of Joyland Child Development Center North.
  • Details released in Cleveland rampage
    Police have released details of a rampage by a Hall County man in Cleveland Wednesday night.
  • Congressman Collins voices support of Chestatee HS
    Congressman Doug Collins, who serves the 9th district in Georgia, voiced his support of religious freedom at Chestatee High School.
  • Atheist group threatens lawsuit against Chestatee HS for football prayer
    The American Humanist Association Appignani Humanist Legal Center has threatened a lawsuit against Chestatee High School on behalf of a concernced citizen, objecting to an "unconstitutional infusion of religion into the high school football program."
  • Sheriff: No plans to talk to Stewart again
    A sheriff in upstate New York says there are no current plans to interview Tony Stewart for a third time.
  • Flowery Branch approves water and sewage fee increase
    FLOWERY BRANCH - For the first time since 2011, Flowery Branch residents will see an increase in their water and sewage bills.
  • Suspect missing from NE Georgia Medical Center
    A man facing felony charges in Pickens County escaped from Northeast Georgia Medical Center early Monday morning.
  • Hall Co. Commission approves construction bids at emergency meeting
    At an emergency called meeting Friday morning, the Hall County Commission officially approved bids for construction of the new correctional facility.
  • Hall Schools operate under budget; new principal tapped for Chicopee Woods Elem.
    At its meeting Monday night, the Hall County School Board announced the official hiring of Lindsey Chatham as the new principal at Chicopee Woods Elementary School, 11 days before students report for the first day of school.
  • Victim of Rabun Co. plane crash identified
    The Rabun County coroner has identified the pilot killed when his small plane crashed in northeast Georgia as 62-year-old Ernest Merkelis of Clayton.
  • Lawrenceville babysitter wakes up to house fire
    A 15-year-old girl was babysitting two small children, ages 2 and 3, and all three had fallen asleep in an upstairs room. The girl woke up and found the house engulfed in smoke.
  • Hall Co. Commission approves construction bid for CI, for now
    At its meeting Thursday, the Hall County Commission gave approval for a bid for concrete for construction of a new correctional facility, with a caveat.
  • Oakwood man arrested on drug charges
    Thomas Earl Smith, 41, of Oakwood was arrested Monday after meeting under-cover police at a pre-determined location to make a drug sale.
  • Flowery Branch City Council officially approves tax increase
    For the first time since 2005, the Flowery Branch City Council approved a tax increase.
  • Hall Co. Commission announces SPLOST vote delay
    At its meeting Thursday night, the Hall County Commission announced a delay in the vote on a proposed Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax referendum.
  • 5 injured in boat crash on Lake Allatoona
    Authorities say five people, including a 4-month-old child, were injured in a boat crash on Lake Allatoona in Bartow County.
  • Gainesville City Council approves zoning for neighborhood on Hwy 129
    At its meeting Tuesday night, the Gainesville City Council approved a zoning request for Alcovy-20, Inc. to build houses on a 26-acres tract on the east and west sides of Wilson Drive.
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