A former Barrow County School System employee has been arrested for having sexual relations with several students and supplying them with alcohol and has been fired by the school system.
Jefferson mayor Steve Quinn wants to increase the city’s web and social media presence and recommends the hiring of a part-time employee to make that happen.
Throughout all of Madison County’s recent success within Region 8-AAAA, there’s been one team that’s remained a thorn in Madison Countys side.
Madison County had avenged its early season loss to Stephens County. Its defense stepped up in the fourth quarter and its offense was forcing fouls on the other end.
The Banks County Lady Leopards didn't get a victory last week, but just because the team lost didn't mean the whole week was a wash.
The East Jackson boys’ basketball team, playing its third game of the week, fell at home Saturday (Jan. 18) 68-52 to non-region opponent North Oconee.
The East Jackson girls’ basketball team just missed picking up a non-region win at home, falling 48-46 to North Oconee Saturday (Jan. 18).
- Monkey off the back: Red Raiders conquer Stephens Co.
- Madison County squanders game with Stephens Co. at the foul line
- BASKETBALL: Lady Leopards see positives in close loss to Rabun Co.
- BASKETBALL: BC boys fall to Rabun, Putnam
- BOYS’ BASKETBALL: Eagles’ hot streak halted by North Oconee
- GIRLS’ BASKETBALL: Eagles edged in close non-region game
- BCSO: AHS employee had sexual relationship with ‘several’ students
- 23 charged by sheriff's office
- Maysville man dies in Thursday crash
- Couple arrested in kidnapping of child
- Danielsville woman charged with battery
- Hoschton council 'on vacation'
- MCHS alumnus and teacher spotlight: Gabe Doster, Michael Perdue
- Several charged in shoplifting incidents at Walmart
- Commerce FFA alumni to host chicken mull fundraiser
- Jackson EMC assists Blue Ridge Mountain EMC with restoration efforts
Your General Assembly convened for the 2020 Legislative session Jan. 13. In follow-up to last week’s article, I continue to report on issues that will be addressed this year.
Australia is burning and more than a billion innocent creatures are dead.
George Wallace wasn't always the bitter racist that he became and is now remembered for.
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Beth Laughinghouse, Main Street Director for Jefferson, has been elected to serve on the board of the Georgia Downtown Association (GDA) for 2020.
The Commerce FFA Alumni will hold its annual chicken mull fundraiser Saturday, Feb. 1. Quarts of chicken mull will be $7 and pick up will be at CHS from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Feb. 1. Tickets can b…
Following the Seven Mindsets, Amy Farmer’s third grade class learned how “We are all Connected,” by participating in the World Vision Project. The class raised $862 in donations for the World …
North Georgia Technical College recently announced students named to the President’s List and Honor Roll for fall semester 2019.
The Banks County 4-H archery coaches hosted a multi-county archery tournament at the Banks County Recreation Department on January 3.
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Erastus Christian Church will host a fundraiser for Shanna Minish and her family from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 25.
•Gospel Tabernacle, Watson Mill Road, Carlton, will have a singing Friday, Jan. 10, at 7 p.m. featuring The Marksmen, Murrayville, along with The Southern Travelers, Carlton. “Come and bring a…