Children, supervised by their parents/guardians, enjoyed cooling off from hot weather Saturday, Aug. 17, at the Cornelia Splash Pad.
The late summer and early fall marks a time where cyanobacteria (often called “blue-green algae”) blooms are more common in bodies of water in the U.S., according to the Georgia Environmental Prote
The Georgia Secretary of State’s Office (SOS) has selected Dominion Voting Systems Inc.
To be decided come the Nov. 5 election, the following candidates have qualified for seats on various councils and commissions across Habersham County, according to election officials.
The city of Clarkesville has issued a boil water advisory, effective until further notice.
U.S. Rep. for Georgia’s 9th Congressional District Doug Collins presented SteelCell of North America Inc. with a U.S.
A letter from the Georgia Professional Standards Commission (PSC) recently emerged on social media, which states it found “no probable cause to take disciplinary action” against former Habersham Ce
The Habersham County Commission is down a member after its regular meeting Monday.
Habersham County may soon find its old courthouse has just been a diamond in the rough.
Edwin Wood, 13, of Clarkesville, recently won first place in the International Bible Quiz Championship for The Church of God at Teen Talent.