The late Gov. Zell Miller will be honored with a monument on the grounds of the Georgia Capitol under legislation the state Senate passed unanimously Monday.
Dunkin' plans to celebrate the recent opening of its new facility at 45 Braselton Commons on Friday, March 5.
Legislation allowing visits from some family members, caregivers and legal representatives of Georgians in hospitals or nursing homes during emergencies like COVID-19 advanced in the state House of Representatives on Monday.
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Northeast Georgia Health System leaders are optimistic about the decreasing number of COVID patients in their hospitals, but they don’t want the community to let their guard down yet.
A wide-ranging bill clamping down on absentee voting in Georgia that has split Republicans and Democrats moved in the state House of Representatives on Wednesday.
Most Hall County Government facilities, including the Hall County Government Center, will end appointment-only operations beginning March 1.
High schools in the Hall County School District have begun planning for upcoming proms and graduations. District leadership discussed both topics with high school principals recently and the details of those initial discussions were shared with the board at its scheduled meeting this evening.
District 2 Public Health recently announced there may be some appointment changes due to late shipments of COVID-19 vaccine. Hall County is part of District 2 Public Health.
The SK Battery plants in Commerce are proceeding despite an unfavorable ITC ruling, said Jackson County economic development director John Scott on Feb. 19.
Georgia senators sent legislation to boost identification requirements for absentee voters to the state Senate floor Thursday in a committee vote along party lines.
Governor Brian P. Kemp recently announced that Cottrell will establish a second manufacturing facility in Gainesville. Cottrell manufactures and assembles over-the-road car haulers and equipment.
Jackson EMC is assisting with power restoration efforts at Southside Electric Cooperative in Crewe, Va., where a major ice storm event caused widespread power outages. Twenty Jackson EMC employees left the cooperative Wednesday morning, Feb. 17, to assist with the restoration efforts.
Jackson EMC has released 55 contractors to help with power restoration efforts in Kentucky and Louisiana due to damage caused by recent winter storms.
Gwinnett County Public Schools plans a digital learning day on Tuesday, Feb. 16, while the other three county school districts in the Braselton area plan a two-hour delay.
House Appropriations Committee Chairman Terry England (R-Auburn) recently joined Governor Brian Kemp, Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan, Speaker David Ralston (R-Blue Ridge) and other members of House and Senate leadership to announce that more than 57,000 state employees will receive a one-time bon…
Northeast Georgia Medical Center (NGMC) made history recently as the first hospital in Georgia to use a new life-saving technology system to treat mothers suffering from postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) and abnormal uterine bleeding.
Visiting Angels in Hoschton was among more than 60 franchise locations across the nation recently to receive the Best of Home Care – Leader in Excellence Award from Home Care Pulse.
A proposed regional truck terminal for R&L Carriers on Hwy. 53 in Braselton got a thumbs-down recommendation from the Jackson County Planning Commission on Jan. 28.
To maximize efficiency for vaccine delivery, District 2 Public Health Departments have coordinated with the community partners to locate vaccine clinics to larger spaces.
A proposed massive development in Braselton got a thumbs-down vote by the town's planning commission on Jan. 25, but not before a lengthy debate and a series of amendment votes that eventually resulted in a 3-2 recommendation of denial.
Innkeepers at the Best Western Braselton Inn were gifted a Cadillac Escalade on Jan. 22 as a surprise gesture of appreciation from their employer, hotel owner, Kathy Patel.
Braselton was recently awarded a $1.9 million Drinking Water State Revolving Fund loan by the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority board of directors.