“We’re getting to the point where we want to start showing these spaces as they begin to build out,” City Manager Bill Andrew said.
“He dutifully served us for nearly four decades,” a statement from Demorest Mayor Rick Austin reads. “His vision and foresight was unprecedented, building a water system that would not only serve our city, but in many ways, our entire county. It is that vision and leadership that enables our city to deliver unmatched services to our residents today."
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.”
Longtime Clayton City Manager Sylvia “Cissy” Henry resigned her post Monday.
Unanswered questions regarding the 53rd annual Mountain Moonshine Festival have caused the Dawsonville City Council to call a special meeting to “reconsider the conditions” of the festival’s permit.
Folks in Mt. Hope Cemetery will not be allowed to extend their visit any longer into the evening than currently permitted after a vote by the Dahlonega city council last week.
While a number of fall festivals have been scrapped because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, city officials in Lula are looking beyond fall to the Christmas holidays, and they believe they can host the city's annual Christmas in the Park event in December.
An extended-stay hotel proposal may have new life in Oakwood.
At its regular meeting and public hearing held on Monday, Sept. 14, the Dawsonville Planning Commission heard the concerns of local residents worried about a potential new subdivision near Perimeter Road in Dawson County.
The $2.1 million in renovations on the first floor of Gainesville’s administration building on Roosevelt Square are almost complete, and the new space will feature a visitor center, as well as upgrades for the city’s information technology department.