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Katie Crumley

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Recent Articles by Katie Crumley

  • Forsyth couple now charged with arson
    A Forsyth County couple arrested earlier this week on other charges has now been charged with arson.
  • Four-year-old accidentally shoots sister
    A 4-year-old Clarkesville boy accidentally shot his 8-year-old sister Thursday afternoon.
  • Buford man arrested after chase, two schools on lock down
    A Buford man faces a number of charges after a police chase just before noon Friday.
  • Deal speaks out against stimulus
    The push continues in the U.S. Senate for passage of an economic stimulus bill. It's a package that is now over $ 900 billion.
  • City of Winder cuts 30 jobs
    Add the City of Winder to the list of municipalities affected by declining tax revenues. As a result, 30 jobs are on the chopping block.
  • Stocks jump on relief over retail sales
    Wall Street is getting a little daring once again.
  • UGA president talks budget concerns, tuition hikes
    University of Georgia President Michael Adams said Thursday that it may be mid to late April before he knows how the state's budget woes are going to impact the University beyond the current fiscal year.
  • Justice Ginsburg has pancreatic cancer surgery
    Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had surgery Thursday after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, the court said.
  • Barrow Co. superintendent to retire
    The superintendent of Barrow County Schools is retiring after the 2009-2010 school year.
  • Stocks fall on worries about consumer companies
    Wall Street is now worrying about the companies usually seen as safe havens. After an early rally Wednesday, investors succumbed to their concerns about disappointing earnings at Kraft Foods Inc. and the market ended the day with a sizeable loss.
  • Franklin Co. chase leads to six wrecks
    State troopers cleaned up six different car accidents Wednesday morning left in the wake of a Franklin County police chase.
  • Stocks jump following rebound in home sales
    Heartening news on housing and corporate earnings are helping Wall Street to set aside some of its angst about the economy.
  • Perdue backs school principal, teacher pay raises
    Gov. Sonny Perdue is backing measures that would bolster the pay of high school principals, new math and science teachers and veteran instructors.
  • Gainesville ranked as top 20 performing city
    The City of Gainesville was ranked in the top 20 performing cities in the United States in 2008.
  • North Ga. power crews head to Ky.
    Even more North Georgia power crews are heading north to help Kentucky residents get their power back on after a devastating ice storm.
  • Five arrested in series of Gainesville thefts
    Five Gainesville residents have been arrested in connection with a string of thefts that have occurred in the northwest part of the city since December.
  • Ga. Senate OKs transportation plan
    The Georgia Senate has approved a transportation funding plan that would allow residents to boost their sales tax by one cent to pay for road, transit and light rail projects.
  • Tech stocks rise but broader market declines
    Investors worrying about a deepening recession have been cherry-picking stocks, sending tech shares higher and financials and blue chips lower.
  • House leaders propose one-cent tax for transportation funding
    Georgia House leaders have revived an effort for a statewide one-cent sales tax to fund transportation improvements, tying it to a host of projects that could help it win more support.
  • Budget, staff cuts projected for Hall Co. schools
    After seeing the governor's proposed budget, state income tax revenue projections, and SPLOST proceeds for December and January, Hall County school officials are preparing for approximately $10 million in budget cuts next year.
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