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Georgia’s new voting machines and how to use them

COVID-19 is not the only change impacting voters this election cycle - they also have to get used to the state's new voting machines. The...

White County teen wins congressional art competition

A painting by a 9th-grade student from White County will hang in Washington D.C. for the next year. Laura Ivey won first place in the...

Life in Motion: Bear sighting in Demorest

A typical Sunday drive through Habersham turned into a not so typical bear sighting. Jesse Cole captured this photo of a wandering bear Sunday...

5-Day Forecast: Summer Arrives

After an absolutely gorgeous weekend we have more nice weather this week as summer finally makes an appearance. We have an absolutely gorgeous, summer-like week...

Protests spread to Gainesville

Hundreds of people took to the streets of downtown Gainesville late Saturday to express their anger over the death of George Floyd. Hall County Sheriff...

Last week to vote early

After months of disruptions due to COVID-19, election day in Georgia is now less than two weeks away. This is the last week to vote...

Kemp expands State of Emergency, calls up more Guard troops

Gov. Brian Kemp signed an executive order late Saturday that expands the state of emergency across Georgia and allows up to 3,000 National Guard...

Anna Ruby Falls reopens with limited access

The U.S. Forest Service continues its gradual reopening of outdoor recreation areas and camping sites.  The federal agency announced this week it has reopened Anna...

Coroner’s office says Cleveland man was hit by train

The Habersham County Coroner's Office has identified the man found dead alongside the railroad tracks this morning in Mt. Airy as Andrew Dylan Claborn...

HCHS senior signs lacrosse scholarship

It's not a given for a high school student-athlete to earn a scholarship to play collegiately in their respective sport. The chances are overall...

Kemp eases restrictions on public gatherings; allows bars, summer schools and camps to reopen

Governor Brian Kemp has extended Georgia's public health state of emergency through July 12 while simultaneously easing restrictions to reopen bars and allow socially-distanced...

Kemp links COVID jump to lab backlog, lifts more state restrictions

Georgia’s recent uptick in COVID-19 cases was due to a backlog of test results being released in a two-day period, Gov. Brian Kemp said...
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