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Katie Crumley

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Recent Articles by Katie Crumley

  • Early, pleasant spring means lower lake levels
    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced this week that they'll cut back releases from Lake Lanier by 100 cubic feet per second because of drought concerns, according to Fox 5 News.
  • Fatal motorcycle accident scene discovered in Auburn
    The body of a man killed in a fatal motorcycle crash in Auburn was discovered Thursday, possibly several days after the accident occurred.
  • JHS students, custodian diagnosed with contact dermatitis
    A total of 20 students and a custodian at Johnson High School have been transported to Northeast Georgia Medical Center to be treated for what appears to be some type of allergic reaction.
  • Man wanted for Dawson Co. paving scam arrested in Ind.
    A man wanted in connection with a paving scam in Dawson County has been captured in Indiana.
  • Group of North Ga. runners gear up for 100-mile race
    A group of North Georgia runners are pushing their bodies to incredible extremes this weekend as they participate in a 100-mile race near Raleigh, N.C..
  • Henderson announces bid for Hall Co. tax commissioner
    Another Hall County resident announces that he will run for tax commissioner this year.
  • Job seekers make connections at the GHCC Job Fair & Career Expo
    Job applications were signed and resumes were handed out at the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce's Job Fair & Career Expo in downtown Gainesville Wednesday.
  • Ga. bill ending $1 charge for car decals passes
    State lawmakers have approved a bill that would eliminate a $1 charge for the optional ``In God We Trust'' decals for car license plates.
  • Man convicted in North Ga. murder pleads guilty in N.C. case
    A man convicted of murder in Florida and Georgia is accepting a life prison sentence without parole after pleading guilty in North Carolina to ambushing and killing an elderly couple hiking in a national forest.
  • GA lawmakers pass $39B budget for coming year
    Georgia lawmakers have approved a $39.5 billion budget plan for the coming financial year that earmarks roughly $100 million in last-minute money for infrastructure.
  • OSHA fines Gainesville poultry processor for safety violations
    A poultry processor has been cited for 11 safety violations at their Gainesville plant, resulting in more than $187,000 worth of fines.
  • North Ga. judge resigns amid ethics investigation
    A North Georgia judge is resigning amid an ethics investigation into whether she improperly sought to help a man who was convicted of methamphetamine trafficking.
  • Fire destroys Maysville home, family escapes without injury
    A two-story home in Maysville was completely destroyed by fire early Tuesday morning.
  • Cumming Police make arrests in smoke shop robbery
    Cumming Police have arrested two men in connection with the robbery of a smoke shop on Atlanta Road last month.
  • Missing Barrow Co. man found dead
    A Barrow County man who was reported missing last week has been found dead.
  • Big gain for stocks after Bernanke remarks
    Stocks are closing at multi-year highs, helped by Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's remarks that the economy still needs help.
  • Lanier Tech receives solar energy grant
    Lanier Technical College obtained a $503,000 grant to install operational and educational photovoltaic and thermal solar systems in multiple locations, including the Oakwood campus, the Forsyth campus and the Manufacturing Development Center in Gainesville.
  • Woman airlifted from Banks Co. motorcycle crash
    A Banks County wreck involving a passenger car and a motorcycle sent one person to an Atlanta hospital via air ambulance Sunday.
  • 1 killed, 2 air lifted from Lumpkin Co. crash
    One person was killed and two others were air lifted from the scene of a serious accident Sunday night in Lumpkin County.
  • Ga. agencies spend $18.7 million on water wars
    The state of Georgia and the Atlanta Regional Commission have spent about $18.7 million in outside legal fees during two decades of legal battles involving Florida and Alabama over access to drinking water.
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