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Earlier this month, Russell Rego was awarded an honorary diploma from North Hall High, where he had attended school before enlisting in the Marine Corps.

A representative-elect for the Hall County Board of Education was arrested on a driving under the influence charge on Saturday, Dec. 15. Mark Pettitt, 26, who will replace retiring board member Brian Sloan as the board’s South Hall representative in January, was stopped near the intersection of EE Butler and Jesse Jewell parkways about 2 p.m., according to arrest logs. He was also charged with failure to maintain lane.

The U.S. Congress last week passed an $867 billion farm bill that does not include budget cuts or stricter eligibility requirements for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, commonly known as food stamps.

Holiday baking is a time-honored tradition that makes those festive winter months just a little more special. Go ahead--make some memories...

Funeral services are scheduled this week for DeKalb County police officer Edgar Isidro Flores.
Visitation is scheduled 6-8 p.m. Monday, Dec. 17, at Whitfield Funeral Home, North Chapel, in Demorest.
A funeral service will be held at Prince of Peace Catholic Church in Flowery Branch at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 19. Intermet will follow at Yonah Memorial Gardens. An earlier funeral service is planned 11 a.m. Dec. 18 at All Saints Catholic Church in Dunwoody.

The ban, which prohibits unsupervised tethering of a dog for any amount of time, came with a 180-day grace period so people can adjust to the rule and secure an alternative such as a fence or pen.

The First Dallas iCampus is an online experience for the believer, the searcher, and the doubter to virtually join and interact with the First Dallas family every week for worship and sound, biblical teaching. Our iCampus team members will be standing by to greet, chat, and pray with you.

A University of North Georgia student found herself with an extra guest attending her graduation on Saturday when her deployed father surprised her and the rest of the family at the ceremony on the school’s Dahlonega campus.

“I was very nervous,” Scheman said about walking into Lula Elementary two weeks ago as the new principal. “It’s a whole new environment.”

Two men accused of stealing a Caterpillar skid steer excavator from a Flowery Branch construction site were caught in Rabun County allegedly attempting a similar theft, police said.

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The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce’s Eggs and Issues event is an annual tradition. It was the Ramsey Conference Center’s first major event since Lanier Tech moved to its new campus off of Ga. 365 earlier this month.

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Hosting a holiday party with family and friends is something to look forward to all year but you shouldn't have to break the bank to do it. The staple of our holiday parties, the food, is the most expensive aspect and can cost more...

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