Inmate work crews at the Hall County Correctional Institute have begun making single-use isolation gowns that will be distributed to health care workers at Northeast Georgia Medical Center.
The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) is distributing 18,440 vials of the drug remdesivir received from the federal government. Nearly 85 hospitals in Georgia will receive remdesivir, …
Jefferson Municipal Court will resume court hearings on June 9.
As Election Day draws near, additional sites are opening in Hall County for voters to cast their ballot in the June 9 General Primary/Presidential Preference Primary.
Jefferson Schools officially have a new superintendent.
Jefferson’s Jasper Adamek and Kallon Cook saw their senior seasons cut short, but have not seen their last action on a baseball diamond.
The Jackson County Athletic Hall of Fame will welcome six more members this fall with the induction of its 2020 class.
Prep sports in the state are a step closer to returning to action, and it’s a welcomed step for the county’s fall sports coaches whose seasons would start in a few months should high school at…
It is tough to keep up with Karli Whitaker.
Prep sports in the state are a step closer to returning after action Thursday, May 21, by the Georgia High School Association.
- Hall inmate work crews creating gowns for healthcare workers
- Remdesivir allotments being distributed to local hospitals
- Piedmont library system plans virtual summer reading program
- Suspicious vehicle flees from police through field and yard
- BOWEN: Return to Normal? Not so fast.
- FBCJ collects graduation gowns for healthcare workers
- Jefferson baseball players announce recent college decisions
- Madison Co. AD excited, nervous as athletes return from quarantine
- Gates headed to Piedmont College for soccer
- Tyler to play tennis at LaGrange
- Jackson Co. Hall of Fame class to feature six inductees
- Fall sports coaches encouraged as GHSA proposes June 8 start for conditioning
- Jackson records 4th COVID death
- Inmate injured at waste transfer station; county facility closed until further notice
- Cresswind Georgia sells 23 homes during first VIP sales weekend
- MANS agents seize approximately $244,000 in drugs and cash; Gainesville man arrested
- Amazon, Walmart expanding into local warehouses
- 56 residents, nine staff members now positive for coronavirus at Comer’s nursing home
- Man arrested after large party broken up in Winder
- Commerce BOE makes budget cuts
- Book Mobiles deliver Books 2 Kids in Gwinnett County
- Man rescued from fire faces battery, disorderly conduct charges
Dear Editor: In approving a $9.5 billion agriculture relief package in March, Congress asked the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to use the funds to support producers, including livestoc…
It was 15 years ago this month that long-time newspaperman Jere Ayers died.
Dear Editor: Are you feeling weary of this way of living like I am? I really miss my Silver Sneaker classes and that flexibility and aerobic exercise that knocks back my aging issues. I miss s…
A parade of young men and women passed by East Jackson Elementary School Thursday evening in a graduation parade as I stood in front snapping photos.
Dear Editor: We moved to our property in 1986, anticipating that most of the dirt roads in the county would soon be paved.
Dear Editor: After graduation, the Class of 2020 like those that have come before them, with years of learning in school are now ready to enter the world where they will continue their educati…
Jackson Electric Membership Corporation (EMC) has named April Sorrow as Vice President of Communication, effective July 1, succeeding Bonnie Jones, who will be retiring at the end of July.
Camren Hardy and his family are shown passing by East Jackson Elementary School in the Graduation Parade Thursday evening. EJCHS graduates were honored on the night their graduation ceremony w…
Bradley Akin (standing left) is shown in the Graduation Parade at is passed by East Jackson Elementary School Thursday afternoon. Former EJES students passed by the school in a parade held in …
South Jackson Elementary School principal Resa Brooksher is shown giving a goodie bag to East Jackson Comprehensive High School graduate Charles Looney.
Hunter Harrell is shown in the graduation parade Thursday honoring East Jackson Comprehensive High School seniors.
The Lawrenceville-Duluth Alumni Chapter (LDAC) of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity distributed college scholarships and other awards to 30 GCPS seniors, including one-time awards ranging from $250 to $1,000 and four-year awards totaling $5,000 and $10,000.
In ceremonies held May 7-8 by the University of North Georgia, graduating cadets were awarded commissions as second lieutenants.
First Baptist Church of Jefferson is seeking donations of graduation gowns to help support frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pray. Pray. Pray, and then pray some more. That’s an oversimplification, but it’s biblical, and it can be life-changing. First Thessalonians 5:17 tells us to pray without ceasing, while Coloss…
New Beginning Baptist Church will host a gospel singing on June 7 at 6 p.m. featuring Jordan Clayton of Augusta.
We all have big dreams of what we want to do for the Lord. We may envision ourselves in a pulpit singing or preaching to the multitudes. Our heart’s desire could be to spread the gospel on the…