Latest Braselton News
A Jackson County judge has again granted temporary relief to the City of Hoschton to allow its council to continue to function.
Christi Thomas had already interviewed once before for the Jackson County girls’ head basketball coaching position.
As has been the case with sporting events across the board, the Southern Nationals have been cancelled due to safety concerns with the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jackson County boys’ soccer players plan to voluntarily remain busy during an extended layoff as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
Latest Braselton News
- Election postponed to June 9
- Two domestic disputes result in arrest
- Store employees report customers cough on products, put back on shelves
- Virus could be one of nation's deadliest events
- How bad will it be in Jackson?
- Judge grants temporary relief to allow Hoschton council to function
- HUMC to close through April 30
- Library system offers online resources
- WEDNESDAY NIGHT UPDATE: Jackson records first COVID-19 death
- Are you an essential employee under Georgia's sheltering order?
- SATURDAY APRIL 4 NOON UPDATE: Jackson reports 13 cases of virus
- Piedmont Athens offers ways to help during COVID-19 crisis
- SATURDAY NIGHT UPDATE: Jackson cases hit 15 so far; no deaths reported
- Kemp issues stay-at-home order; goes into effect Friday at 6 p.m.; Jackson govt. closed
- THURSDAY NOON UPDATE: Positive cases continue to rise
- WEDNESDAY APRIL 1, NOON UPDATE: Jackson cases climb to 9; state deaths hit 139
- Kemp deputizes sheriffs to enforce sheltering order
- WEDNESDAY NOON VIRUS UPDATE: Jackson up to 22 cases with no deaths reported
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Employees at a Hoschton supermarket recently reported customers were coughing on merchandise and placing it back on shelves.
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Rep. Doug Collins recently announced that his office will begin accepting virtual submissions for the 2020 Congressional Art Competition.
The College of Coastal Georgia’s office of the president has announced the students who have earned their place on the president’s list by their high academic performance during the fall 2019 …
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The Adventist House of Prayer is continuing its Discovering Revelation Series.
Hoschton Baptist Church has announced multiple upcoming cancellations.