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Demorest ISO rating among lowest in county

Pictured (l-r): Natalie Chubran, Josh Hunter, Chris Falck, Ken Ranalli, John Popham, Rick Austin. Justin Hicks, Candace Scott, Joe Smith, Mike Mann. Recent changes to...

Banks County murder victim identified

The victim in last week's murder in Banks County has been identified. According to the Banks County Sheriff's Office, the GBI Crime Lab has...

Georgia sex offender found with missing Tennessee teen in Virginia

Hayleigh Wilson with convicted child molester Ben Shook in Marion N.C. on June 23. Security cameras caught the two shopping at Walmart after the...

Boil Water Advisory in effect for parts of Baldwin

Issued July 7, 2015      

Clarkesville picks local contractor for square restoration

Clarkesville City Council picked a contractor Monday night and leaders expect work to begin on the fire-damaged downtown buildings by early next month. They chose...

The Declaration of Independence: Words that launched a nation

IN CONGRESS, July 4, 1776. The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America, When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for...

Microburst, straight line winds cause damage in Clarkesville

High winds swept through the south end of Clarkesville Friday morning leaving a trail of damage, debris and downed power lines. Clarkesville Fire Chief...

Banks County suspicious death leads to murder charge

A body found overnight at a house just south of Homer is apparently the victim of homicide. After an autopsy and witness interviews, Sheriff’s Sgt....

CSB to close area CertusBank branch

As Now Habersham reported first back on June 2, CertusBank, with branches in Cornelia and Homer, made a deal in which Community and Southern...

GBI investigates suspicious death in Banks County

Banks County deputies discovered a dead body at a home just south of Homer early Thursday morning. Sheriff's Sgt. Carissa McFaddin tells Now Habersham that authorities...

Glorious 4th of July Celebration biggest yet

Demorest's annual Glorious 4th of July Celebration this year promises to be the biggest one yet, according to City Clerk Marlena Sosebee and Mayor...

New Law: Police can now video you on private property

About 300 new laws take effect in Georgia today. One that hasn’t gotten a lot of coverage will allow police wearing body cameras to record...