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Katie Crumley

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Recent Articles by Katie Crumley

  • Ga. tax revenues up 11 percent over April 2011
    Georgia collected 11 percent more in tax revenue in April than it did the same month a year ago.
  • 2 arrested in armed robbery at Gainesville apartment
    Two people are in custody following an armed robbery Monday night at an apartment on Northside Drive in Gainesville.
  • GDOT: Cleveland Bypass 'deferred' due to EPD requirements
    Georgia Department of Transportation officials want to explain why the Cleveland Bypass project wasn't included in their latest list of projects approved for the state.
  • NGMC a partner in Emory program that won $11 million
    Northeast Georgia Medical Center is one of three hospitals in the state partnering with Emory University in a training program that was awarded nearly $11 million from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Tuesday.
  • Woman airlifted after falling off boat at Balus Creek Park
    A woman in her early 20s has been airlifted to Gwinnett Medical Center after falling off the back of a boat Tuesday afternoon.
  • Crews fix natural gas leak on Browns Bridge Rd.
    A natural gas leak that hampered afternoon traffic on Browns Bridge Road near Skelton Road in Gainesville Tuesday afternoon has been fixed.
  • Cause unknown in fire that destroyed Winder home
    Barrow County authorities continue to investigate what started a fire that completely destroyed a Winder home Monday morning.
  • Multiple accidents reported on I-985 in South Hall
    Gainesville and Hall County authorities reported multiple accidents on Interstate 985 Monday afternoon.
  • Gov. Deal signs $19.2 billion budget
    Gov. Nathan Deal has signed a $19.2 billion budget that reflects his administration's priorities and Georgia's modest revenue gains in the recovering economy, with slightly increased funding for education and monies to support newly-enacted reforms to the state's criminal justice system.
  • Jefferson Police continue search for wild dogs, 1 killed
    Jefferson Police have shot and killed one of the wild dogs they believe are responsible for killing 11 goats in the city last month.
  • 5 charged in 9/11 attack resist Gitmo hearing
    The self-proclaimed mastermind of the Sept. 11 attacks repeatedly declined to answer a judge's questions Saturday and his co-defendants knelt in prayer in what appeared to be a concerted protest against the military proceedings.
  • Humane Society, local co. offer free spay/neuter surgeries
    The Humane Society of Northeast Georgia (HSNEGA) will be joining with Nuvo Visage, a Hall County-based company, to sponsor a program offering free spay/neuter surgeries. Called the SNIP Fund, the program is starting this month by offering one free surgery per week to area pet owners.
  • Habitat builds first solar house in Ga. in Forsyth Co.
    The state's first Habitat for Humanity solar home has been built in North Georgia.
  • Under plan, retiring UGA president could get $2M
    State officials are considering paying retiring University of Georgia President Michael Adams more than $2 million over five years after he steps down from the helm of the state's flagship campus, according to documents released Friday.
  • Mellichamp named Piedmont College president
    Dr. James Mellichamp has been named president of Piedmont College.
  • Andrews named finalist for Habersham Co. superintendent
    Donald E. Andrews of Asheboro, N.C., has been named the finalist for Hsbersham County school superintendent.
  • Worst week for S&P, Nasdaq after jobs report
    Stocks plunged on Wall Street after the government reported that hiring slowed sharply last month, the latest sign of weakness in the economy.
  • 2 tanker trucks, 3 vehicles collide on I-85 near Braselton
    Traffic problems were reported on Interstate 85 northbound near Braselton Friday afternoon after two tanker trucks and three other vehicles collided just past Highway 53.
  • Gainesville hosts Olympic canoe/kayak trials for Canada
    A group of Olympic hopefuls will be in Gainesville this weekend, competing for a spot on Canada's Olympic Canoe/Kayak Team.
  • Neon lights spark small fire at Atlanta Hwy. business
    It was a busy morning for Hall County firefighters Friday as they dealt with a number of wrecks and a small fire in the midst of the rain.
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