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Katie Crumley

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Recent Articles by Katie Crumley

  • Taste of Jackson and Business Showcase
    The annual Taste of Jackson and Business Showcase presented by DelPhi Communications will be Thursday, October 7th from 5-8 p.m.
  • Free the Georgia 400? State says toll will remain
    State officials say the 50-cent toll paid by many drivers for using Georgia 400 will remain in place.
  • Ga. hunters help fight hunger
    Since 1993, hunters have been bringing meat to the tables of those in need through the Georgia Hunters for the Hungry program.
  • Additional details from Deal's latest financial disclosure filing
    For the second time in a week, Nathan Deal has amended his financial disclosure filing and the Associated Press reported additional details from the filing Friday morning.
  • Zaxby's destroyed by fire to reopen this fall
    Construction is underway to rebuild the Zaxby's restaurant in Cleveland that was destroyed by fire in March.
  • WNEG-TV could join public broadcast network
    University of Georgia's television station WNEG could become a part of Georgia's public television station network.
  • Latest poll shows Deal in lead despite financial woes
    Despite his financial woes coming to light in recent weeks, the latest Rasmussen Reports poll out Thursday shows Republican gubernatorial candidate Nathan Deal still in the lead.
  • More members of BOE street gang arrested in Hall Co.
    Two Gainesville men, described by authorities as known gang members, face a number of gang-related charges including spray-painting gang graffiti in four places around town.
  • GBI arrests Fannin Co. man on child porn charges
    Georgia authorities say they have arrested a 20-year-old North Georgia man after finding 52 images and movie files of child pornography in his home.
  • 4 arrested for armed robbery at Cumming Waffle House
    Four suspects in two recent Waffle House robberies are in jail, and authorities are searching for a fifth suspect.
  • Abbott recalls infant formula on bug contamination
    Drugmaker Abbott Laboratories said Wednesday it is recalling millions of containers of its best-selling Similac infant formula that may be contaminated with insect parts.
  • New mail policy implemented at Gwinnett Co. jail
    The Gwinnett County Jail is the first in the state to limit the mail its inmates get to "post cards" - with some exceptions.
  • ACF Stakeholders studying tri-state water use
    The leader of a group of water stakeholders meeting in Alabama Wednesday said they're hoping to have some input with the governors of Georgia, Alabama and Florida. But so far, the governors have not been receptive.
  • Seminar for victims of sexual assault
    On Friday, September 24th over 140 professionals and volunteer advocates from more than 30 different Georgia communities will participate in a seminar that will increase knowledge and skills to help victims of sexual trauma & posttraumatic stress disorder.
  • Gainesville State College to Celebrate Constitution Day
    As part of GSC's Annual Constitution Day celebration, the Politically Incorrect Club is will host the Democratic and Republican candidates for the Georgia State House District 25 seat representing the Gainesville Campus.
  • NGMC accredited for clinical pastoral education
    Northeast Georgia Medical Center has recently been granted Provisional Candidacy Accreditation as an Institutional Sponsored Center with the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education.
  • The Goddard School hosts mini block party event
    The Goddard School® located in Flowery Branch is proud to announce it has joined Play for Tomorrow’s Ultimate Block Party: The Arts and Sciences of Play, a powerful new, global movement designed to recognize and celebrate the power of play for learning.
  • GTA/WonderQuest hopes to enlighten audiences
    While the Gainesville Theatre Alliance's young audiences division, WonderQuest, has long been known for delighting school and family audiences with classic children's literature brought to the stage, the group is addressing some more serious questions with this year's production of The Briar Patch, which has public performances Oct. 1, 2, 3 & 8.
  • Fla. appeals decision in tri-state water dispute
    Florida is appealing a judge's decision that protects Georgia from demands that it release more water from a series of dams to protected threatened or endangered species downstream.
  • Study: Teacher bonuses don't affect student tests
    A study released Tuesday found that offering performance bonuses to teachers does nothing to raise test scores, raising doubts about the viability of the Obama administration's push for merit pay to improve education.
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