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The spread of COVID-19 forced area schools to shutter their doors during the end of the 2019-20 school year. Students, teachers and parents adapted, utilizing digital learning in place of traditional in-person learning for the final months of the year.

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A subdivision planned for Jackson Trail Rd. got approval from the Jackson County Planning Commission  June 25, but with a different rezoning than had been requested.

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Tracy Carswell (right) was recently sworn in as a new member of the Hoschton City Council. Carswell was elected June 9 to the position. He is shown with his wife, Jeanette, following the swearing in at a Hoschton council meeting.

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James Lawson (right) was recently sworn in as a new member of the Hoschton City Council. Lawson was elected June 9 to the position. He is shown with his wife, Carla, following the swearing in at a Hoschton council meeting.

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Residents in northeast Georgia now have expanded access to primary care and other services at Medical Park 2, Gainesville’s newest healthcare destination. Northeast Georgia Health System (NGHS) is celebrating the completion of the three-story medical office building with two weeks of virtual…

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Georgia Power is offering a special payment plan to help customers with past-due account balances accumulated during the COVID-19 pandemic. Customers who enroll will be able to pay past-due balances over a six-month timeframe between October 2020 and March 2021 with no late fees.

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Georgia Power recently announced that the typical residential customer using 1,000-kilowatt hours will receive an $11.29 credit on their June Georgia Power bill. This reflects implementation of a one-time $51.5 million credit for customers, approved by the Georgia Public Service Commission (…

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The Georgia Department of Transportation has awarded Local Maintenance and Improvement Grant funding for several construction projects in Gwinnett County to improve local roads and bridges. The 2020 LMIG funding has a combined total of more than $12 million.

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A peaceful demonstration with around 100 people was held in Braselton Tuesday, June 2, to protest the the death of George Floyd and other African-Americans who have been killed in recent years at the hands of law enforcement officers.