After more than a week, the City of Clarkesville is continuing to deal with the impacts of Hurricane Delta.
“They went through a lot of discussion back and forth about it, but decided it was definitely a good thing to kick off our event season this year,” said Clarkesville MainStreet Director Trudy Crunkleton.
A 189-year-old cemetery is getting renewed attention thanks to an Eagle Scout project by Joseph McGahee, 14, of Habersham County.
The city purchased it the cemetery 2016 and it’s managed by the Old Clarkesville Cemetery Board, which is group that’s headed by Mayor Barrie Aycock.”
More cities in DeKalb County have passed or discussed a mandate on face masks amid a legal battle over similar orders between Atlanta and the state.
As other law enforcement officials across the state and nation, Clarkesville Police Chief Brad Barrett is hoping for the best but preparing for the unknown.
Just when Cornelia officials thought they had the support they needed for the SPLOST VII composite model, the deck was shuffled one more time.
Planted firmly in the focal point of downtown Clarkesville, Habersham County’s Killed in Action (KIA) Memorial is viewed by many as one of the city’s centerpieces.
The Habersham County Commission, by consensus, is moving toward turning over the grounds of the former Habersham County Courthouse in Clarkesville to the city.