Tractor Supply Co., Cornelia, will host Saturday, Sept. 22, a farmers market event, where Hands for Paws will also have several foster animals up for adoption.
By STAFF REPORTS
By CHRISTINA SANTEE
Shirley Grove Baptist Church in Clarkesville celebrated its 100th anniversary Sunday, Sept. 16.
By ERIC PEREIRA
Who's ready for football season? Check out the Habersham Central Raiders in the weight room, preparing for their upcoming season. Go Raiders!
Coming off a loss to Stephens County High School last week, the Habersham Central High School (HCHS) Raiders have turned their focus toward the region portion of their schedule, and are using their
Habersham Central High School (HCHS) Head Softball Coach Stephanie Thomas was all smiles following her team’s 12-1 victory over Gainesville High School (GHS) Tuesday night, as the Lady Raiders got
John Pritchett, of Clarkesville, was the winner of The Northeast Georgian’s 2018 Pigskin Pickin’ Contest for week three after correctly picking 10 games.
Unwind North Georgia
While you may think of Champagne as just for toasting, experts point out that it can actually be quite food-friendly.
Unexpected matches for your summer meals.
Summer is here, which means it is time to create sensational seasonal wine and food pairings to elegantly entertain family and friends.
Summer is a time for picnics, festive garden gatherings and poolside parties.
When traveling through the mountains, sometimes it’s best to stop and enjoy outdoor activities in this beautiful natural setting.
Called “one of the most beautiful parks in the North Georgia Mountains,” Meeks Park, located one mile west of Blairsville, is home to several festivals throughout the summer and fall.
Funeral services for Rebal Adene Underwood Hicks, 83, of Clarkesville, were held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 20, at Hillside Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Donald Grizzle, the Rev.
Funeral services for Hershel L. Ansley, 87, of Cornelia, were held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 15, at Level Grove Baptist Church with the Rev. Brian James and the Rev. Terry Rice officiating.
Funeral Mass for Brian Richard O’Leary, 53, of Mt. Airy, is scheduled for 11 a.m. Friday, Sept. 21, at St. Mark Catholic Church with Father José Luis Hernandez-Ayala officiating.
Come Election Day, leaders of Habersham County and its seven municipalities will find out whether a proposed transportation sales tax hits a dead end or paves the way for much-needed improvements.
Now time to complain about new nuclear reactors at Plant Vogtle
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