Latest Braselton News
- American Heritage Girls troop plants butterfly garden at historic courthouse
- Gainesville man charged in molestation case
- Hoschton Baptist welcomes assistant pastor, plans fall festival
- Osborne Middle, Mill Creek High earn STEM grants
- Red Cross plans Oct. 14 blood drive
- LETTER: Supports Trump for getting things done
- BOC approves budget, lowers millage rate
- Incidents reported in West Jackson
- Two Jefferson men killed in Sunday wreck in Braselton
- Jefferson woman dies in fall
- Hoschton to face lawsuit over impact fees
- Jackson system puts hybrid school plan on hold
- New Gwinnett school of arts to host information sessions
- COVID impact on local schools mostly down last week
- Braselton planners to consider Jesse Cronic Rd. rezoning
- Fisher joins Northside orthopedic sports medicine practice in Braselton
- New art installation added along Hall County trail
- Braselton plans concert on the green
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The number of students and school employees affected by contact with a COVID positive case was mostly stable or down last week, with the exception of Gum Springs Elementary School.
The Northeast Health District will offer online scheduling for three of its COVID-19 testing locations beginning Saturday, September 19.
Northside Hospital Orthopedic Institute Sports Medicine recently announced the addition of Dr. Stephen Fisher to its Braselton location, beginning Sept. 1.
Jackson EMC is assisting with power restoration efforts at Baldwin EMC in Summerdale, Ala., where heavy rain and strong winds from Hurricane Sally resulted in widespread power outages.
Georgia Power is encouraging its customers to prepare for potential emergencies this September in observing National Preparedness Month.
Braselton leaders approved a town-initiated rezoning and annexation this week in an attempt to remedy an alleged procedural error during a previous round of hearings.
Hoschton Mayor Shannon Sell said that property taxes would likely be needed if the town creates a city police department.
Hoschton planners recently delayed a vote on a preliminary plat for a section of the Twin Lakes development. The commission requested additional information on the pending city impact fees program before making a decision.
Georgia Power crews returned home after spending more than a week in Louisiana assisting with restoration after Hurricane Laura made landfall along the Louisiana Gulf Coast.
Rockefeller Group announced recently that it has broken ground on a 222,330-square-foot speculative distribution center located on 20.6 acres in Braselton.
Gwinnett County Fire and Emergency Services will hold a virtual remembrance ceremony on Friday, Sept. 11. The virtual event will pay tribute to Sept. 11 victims and first responders.
Deaths from the COVID virus continue to mount in Jackson County, reaching a total of 27 as of Sept. 6. The most recent death was recorded on Sept. 4.
Georgia Power announced recently that the typical residential customer using 1,000-kilowatt hours will receive an estimated $12 credit on their October Georgia Power bill. This reflects implementation of a one-time $61.6 million credit for customers, approved by the Georgia Public Service Co…
The Spout Springs Library closed on Monday, Aug. 31, for a deep cleaning after a staff member testing positive for COVID-19.
The Jackson County and City of Jefferson school systems saw a jump in students being quarantined due to exposure to the COVID virus last week.
Georgia Power has sent approximately 100 personnel and crews to Louisiana to assist with restoration efforts from Hurricane Laura.
The Hall County Animal Shelter has been recognized with the Transformational Change Award from Best Friends Animal Society.
Jackson EMC has released 50 contractors to help with the anticipated power restoration efforts in Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas from approaching Hurricane Laura. Crews will be ready to respond when conditions are safe.
The Hall County School District and Northeast Georgia Health System will host a free COVID-19 testing event. Testing will be held at Cherokee Bluff High School and Cherokee Bluff Middle School on Thursday, Aug. 27, from 1-5 p.m., and will be available to only the following persons:
Explore Georgia recently announced that it has awarded more than $75,000 in tourism product development grants to 13 new and expanding projects across the state.
The Hall County Board of Education held a called meeting last week to issue $157 million in bonds to build new school facilities in the county, including a new middle school in the Braselton area.
Gum Spring Elementary School will transition to remote learning for two weeks after a member of the school’s leadership team tested positive for COVID-19.
The Hall County School District recently announced it will have a hybrid schedule for the first two weeks of school.
Hall County government officials recently announced plans for youth fall baseball and soccer with added safety protocols due to the COVID-19 pandemic.