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The Town of Homer Planning Commission will hold a public hearing at Town Hall on Thursday, June 24, at 6:30 p.m. to receive public comments on the application of William and Amanda Bedford for…

HOSCHTON - Karen Lee Steeb, 73, Hoschton, passed away Friday, …

DACULA - Teresa Gale Butler, 60, Dacula, passed away Wednesday…

DANIELSVILLE - Roy Edward Giles, 74, Danielsville, passed away…

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Softball coaches Kim Carithers and Dylan Charles hosted a softball camp this past week. The camp had 24 participants ranging in ages six to 11. Coach Carithers is showing Coley Kate Evans the fundamentasl of pitching.

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Construction has started on the T-ball/Soccer Complex portion of Windmill Park. This new construction will turn the current Field 5 into four t-ball fields and dedicated space for soccer field…

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Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner John F. King announced today that Shawn Harkness, 44, was arrested on charges of first degree arson.

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A fire was reported at this resident on Russ Ramsey Road, Maysville, on May 30. Banks County Fire/EMS and the Lee Arrendale Correctional Institute Fire Department responded to a reported struc…

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Recently. I spent some time with my cousin, Elaine, and both our families were there. As I fellowshipped with her grands, it reminded me that time flies! One of her “babies” is heading to coll…

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Greetings from under the Gold Dome. Although the legislative session concluded April 1, we continued our work with the Governor’s office in hopes of getting our bills signed into law. Per Geor…

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The National Active and Retired Federation Employees Association (NARFE), Toccoa/Northeast Georgia Chapter 1818 held its May meeting at the X-Factor Grill in downtown Toccoa. Sheila Payne, GEHA representative, was the guest speaker and she provided information on diet and nutrition in additi…

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Baptist Tabernacle, located at 3231 U.S. Hwy. 441, Commerce, will hold revival at 6:30 p.m. June 21-23 with special singers and speakers each night.

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Chris Heath, member of Gillsville Baptist Church, (left) was the speaker at the recent meeting of the Mt. Carmel Brotherhood breakfast. He is shown with Zach Watson, pastor of Mt. Carmel Bapti…