With the return of University of North Georgia students for the fall semester and the future construction of a new convocation center on campus, the parking issues that already plague the downtown
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A strong show of support was seen last week for local law enforcement as citizens, groups, and businesses showed their gratitude.
“Bad blood” was the motive behind a break-in and heated quarrel that turned to gunfire in a Public Square apartment building last Thursday, according to on-scene witness Daniel Bokash.
What started as a Facebook advocacy group of likeminded local residents and business owners opposed to the demolition of the Parks Building evolved into a full fledged organization set to protect a
Local run-off elections came to a resounding end Tuesday evening as a trio of races were decided by definitive majorities.