Latest Jackson News
- Jefferson Board of Education approves funding for summer projects
- Jefferson Schools boast innovative instructional programs
- Braselton farmers market set Friday
- Tippins receives doctoral of physical therapy
- DAY 1 AND 2 STATE MEET RECAP: Commerce’s Martin wins two individual championships, local athletes combine for seven state titles
- Town to get state funding for library expansion
- UNG announces president's list
- UNG releases dean's list
- Proposed 55-and-older community in Jefferson gets mixed response
- Commerce BOE makes hiring decisions
- Dearman re-elected GOP chairman
- Tree dedicated to former county extension agent
- Recent arrests around the county
- BUFFINGTON: Growth is coming, so stay informed
- Long lines, gas in short supply
- Jefferson man charged in Jan. 6 insurrection
- Commerce BOE defers move on hiking local supplement again
- I-85 road rage incident reported to JCSO recently
Georgia leaders from both parties recognize that the supply chain for electric vehicles need to go through our state. However, one ruling, by a little-known federal agency, has put the country’s green-energy goals and nearly 6,000 Georgia jobs at risk. The good news is that President Biden, …
If you're not already fatigued from the elections of 2020, Jackson Countians will have the chance to return to the polls next month for a special election to decide the fate of a sales tax used by the three local school systems.
February is Black History Month, a time when a spotlight is usually put on Black Americans who made a difference over the years.
Connections Homes, a faith-based non-profit aimed at connecting older foster kids with families who can mentor them, recently announced it is launching the “Don’t Go Alone” campaign to raise awareness of the nearly 700 foster kids who age-out of Georgia’s foster care system annually but stil…
The second impeachment trial of Donald Trump has begun this week amid a nation still reeling from the insurgent attack on the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.
The Trump supporters who stormed into the U.S. Capitol last week finally did what four years of political opposition couldn't: They exposed the slimy underbelly of Trumpism in a way that is unmistakable and undeniable.
During 2020, Hoschton focused on the needs of an aging infrastructure system as well as expansion of our existing services and staff to accommodate the growth brought about by the completion of several derelict residential subdivision developments, two new subdivision developments, a senior …
Given the robust election that has dominated the nation's news, it might seem like both the Democratic and Republican parties are unstoppable forces of political culture.