Latest Jackson News
- BUFFINGTON: BOC just pandering with sanctuary resolution
- Two teens in custody after fighting at Jefferson High School
- Jefferson man assaults woman and her son
- Gwinnett County deputy and Jefferson schools’ employee among victims of recent entering auto thefts
- Talmo woman arrested for exploiting, stealing from disabled man
- South Jackson couple arrested for stealing from elderly man
- SMITH: Altruism
- Local group delivers 'Blossoms of Love'
- Arcade woman charged with murder out on bond
- Jefferson man threatens man, arrested outside their place of work
- Maysville toddler sets self on fire
- BUFFINGTON: The last execution?
- Arcade woman charged with murder for shooting husband
- Intoxicated Jefferson man strikes neighbor's vehicle, runs over trash can
- Homeschool program to celebrate Black History Month at library
- Arcade woman arrested for murder
- 'How we make our soil' topic at garden club meeting
- Pendergrass residence burglarized, TV and video games stolen
Jefferson Academy was selected for a silver award for greatest gains from the Governor’s Office of Student Achievement (GOSA).
Rep. Doug Collins' announcement last week that he intends to run for the U.S. Senate seat formally held by Sen. Johnny Isakson has set off a firestorm of political scrambling in Northeast Georgia.
Jefferson native Andy Garrison announced this week that he plans to run for the Georgia State Senate District 50 seat, a position that is currently held by John Wilkinson, who recently announced his intention to vacate the seat to run for the U.S. House of Representatives.
Braselton was recently awarded a $580,000 Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) loan by the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA) board of directors.
The Maysville City Council voted Monday night not to move forward with adoption of regulations that would address property nuisances.
The Town of Braselton recently hosted an open house presenting the 2020 Comprehensive Plan to the public. A draft of the plan is expected to be presented in March.
The Jackson County Board of Elections plans a hearing next week to consider the qualification of a candidate for Hoschton City Council.
The Jackson County Area Chamber of Commerce presented its William H. Booth Lifeftime Achievement award to Jim Scott, founder and organizer of the Jackson County Community Outreach program that awards scholarships each year to high school seniors in the community at its annual banquet Jan. 31.
The new Jackson County High School is beginning to take shape in the West Jackson community. The facility's steel structure is being put in place. The JCHS facility will replace the current Jackson County Comprehensive High School in Jefferson. The new facility is slated to open for the 2021…
Convicted murderer Donnie Cleveland Lance was executed on the evening of Wednesday, Jan. 29. Lance was sentenced to death in June 1999 for the brutal murders of his ex-wife Joy Lance and her boyfriend Butch Wood.
State Senator John Wilkinson recently announced that he plans to run for the 9th District Congressional seat. This election will be to replace Congressman Doug Collins, who has announced that he will be running for a seat in the United States Senate.
The Commerce City Council recently requested the planning commission to create a set of buffers between properties of different zonings.
Jefferson mayor Steve Quinn wants to increase the city’s web and social media presence and recommends the hiring of a part-time employee to make that happen.
Commerce Board of Education members are sworn in at Thursday's work session, Jan. 9. New chairman, Paul Sergent, is right. BOE member Mary Pittman is left. Probate Judge Sherry Moore performs the ceremony. Both were incumbents. Pittman had no opposition on the ballot and Sergent won by six votes.