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Brian Stewart

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Recent Articles by Brian Stewart

  • 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.
  • Tree causes power outage in Gainesville
    More than 1,700 people lost power briefly around 2:00 Friday afternoon.
  • Citizens hear from experts at marijuana forum
    About 45 people attended a forum on marijuana at Northeast Georgia Medical Center Thursday evening.
  • Zoning request for South Hall neighborhood tabled for third straight month
    For the third consecutive meeting, the Hall County Planning Commission tabled a proposed plan for a 36-lot subdivision on Hog Mountain Road near the Jones Creek Subdivision.
  • Two Gainesville citizens arrested following drug raid
    A man and a woman, both from Gainesville, were arrested Tuesday as the result of an August 13 drug raid conducted by the Multi Agency Narcotics Squad, according to a press release from Lt. Scott Ware with the Hall County Sheriff's Office.
  • Report: Ga. governments have weak nepotism rules
    Local governments in metro Atlanta have hired at least 770 relatives of current employees during the last three years, according to an investigation by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
  • Chefs, breeders pair up to produce tastier veggies
    There's a good chance that many of the trendy vegetables foodies latch on to in the next decade will come from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
  • Savannah police investigate 2 separate shootings
    Savannah police are investigating overnight shootings that left two men dead.
  • Family stumped by violent death of Ga. boy, 13
    Alice Stout-Osorio says she can't fathom why anyone would have wanted to kill her 13-year-old grandson, who died violently at her west Georgia home a week ago.
  • Gordon says Stewart could run strong in Atlanta
    Stewart is competing for the first time since the sprint car he was driving struck and killed 20-year-old Kevin Ward Jr. in an Aug. 9 race at a dirt track in upstate New York.
  • Atheist group wants written policy restricting Hall Co. coaches' involvement in prayer
    The atheist group that has threatened to sue the Hall County School System over coach-led prayer at Chestatee High School said Wednesday a written response from the lawyer for the district doesn't go far enough in restricting school employees and religious interactions with students.
  • New Hall Co GOP Headquarters Office opens in Gainesville
    Next to Public Safety Complex on Queen City Parkway, the Hall County GOP opened its new Headquarters Office Tuesday night.
  • Gainesville law firm issues response to atheist group
    Phillip Hartley of the Gainesville law firm Hartley, Harben, and Hawkins, LLP issued a statement to a Washington-based atheist group that is threatening a lawsuit against the Hall County school system over alleged coach-led prayer on the Chestatee High School football team.
  • Gainesville man arrested for allegedly manufacturing, distributing pot
    35-year-old Daniel Wertz of Gainesville faces charges of possession of marijuana and manufacturing marijuana with intent to distribute.
  • National Zoo celebrating panda's first birthday
    The National Zoo in Washington is throwing a panda party.
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