The Habersham County Chamber of Commerce has a fresh, new logo and brand identity for 2019.
The Supreme Court of Georgia will now hear the case of the Georgia House of Representatives District 28 election, after now-former District 28 State Rep.
By CHAMIAN CRUZ
Mayor Rick Austin and the Demorest City Council discussed earlier this month the future state of the city’s wastewater treatment facility if Habersham County were to continue dumping its landfill l
By ERIC PEREIRA
After placing second as a team and having a dozen wrestlers place in the top-four at the Area Traditional Tournament this past weekend, the Habersham Central High School (HCHS) Wrestling Team will
Dozens of orange soccer balls could be seen flying through the air on a line Wednesday in front of the Habersham Ninth Grade Academy as the Haber- sham Central High School (HCHS) Lady Raiders Socce
Where have all the turkeys gone?
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.
On a cool, rainy November afternoon when it seems winter is just around the corner, Al Olsen has opened the shop behind his Lake Hartwell home.
Clay Keller is no professional angler, but his experience fishing the lakes of North Georgia — and places farther north like Canada — might as well qualify him as one.
I first heard from Jabe Hilson about a year and a half ago via email. He dropped by one of the restaurants – a cold call – to see if the beverage director might like to taste his wines.
Funeral services for William “Bill” Morrison, 88, of Mt. Airy, are scheduled for 2:30 p.m. today, Feb. 15, at Clarkesville Baptist Church with the Rev. Grady Walden and the Rev.
Formal services for Maureen Donohue, 73, of Clarkesville, formerly of Atlanta and New York City, will be held at a later date.
A celebration of life service for Jack Gregory “Greg” Foster, 45, was held Feb. 4 at Marietta First United Methodist Church in Marietta with the Rev. Julie Boone and Dr. Sam Matthews officiating.
Adult literacy can change everything, ProLiteracy states, whose mission has been empowering adults through literacy for more than 60 years.
This being Black History Month, I thought I would let you know of the greatest person that I thought would express the true meaning to me of this occasion.
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