Quick News: Emergency Road closure in Lowndes County

The Lowndes County Engineering Department announces an emergency road closure of Nadia Crossing at the CSX Railroad Crossing. This is due to a broken rail that is being replaced. Nadia Crossing will be closed the rest of today and should be reopened

News Blog: Snow in Cobb County?

We were only expecting black ice, but it looks like some parts of Georgia got an incredibly light dusting of snow Tuesday morning. Cobb County government reported snow this morning and said Cobb’s Department of Transportation is running routes to pre-treat and

News Blog: Rainy day in Georgia causes some issues

Georgia’s recent wet weather is taking its toll on communities throughout the state. Cobb County officials are reporting that significant rain has lead to isolated issues in the county. Rain caused a large pine tree to fall on power lines, closing down

News Blog: Another rabies alert in Hall County

Hall County officials are reporting that there was contact recently between a rabid raccoon and a dog in the 4300 block of Chatuge Drive in Buford. The raccoon was shipped to the Georgia Public Health Lab- Virology Section in Decatur. On Feb.

News Blog: Tom the Turkey has another run-in with the law

Tom the Turkey has had yet another run-in with law enforcement in Kennesaw. As you may recall, Tom has had a couple of other exploits with the Kennesaw Police Department, in which he blocked traffic and then tried to race the officers.

News Blog: MARTA delays ahead

Rail work will cause 30-minute MARTA delays for some riders starting next week. MARTA will begin major rail work on Feb. 16, at 9 p.m. that will continue through Feb. 22, at 4 a.m. This rail replacement effort will create up to

News Blog: Trash pickup in DeKalb delayed for President’s Day

In observance of Presidents Day on Monday, Feb. 15, sanitation service for residential customers will run one day late as follows: Monday, Feb. 15 – Presidents Day observed. No sanitation service. Tuesday, Feb. 16 –Residential customers whose regularly scheduled collection day is

News Blog: Where to get a coronavirus test in North Georgia

The rapid rise in coronavirus cases continues throughout Georgia. If you live in North Georgia and want to get tested, there are several options available to you. You can get a free COVID-19 test from local Public Health in North Georgia. The

News Blog: You can watch Dade County’s hand recount live

It wasn’t a hotbed for election controversy or a place with a high number of votes, but Dade County is allowing the public to watch its part of the state mandated hand recount of presidential ballots live. Click here to watch the

News Blog: Officer involved shooting in Gwinnett

The Gwinnett County Police Department reports there has been an officer involved shooting this morning. The shooting occurred on Bent Willow Drive in Lilburn. The suspect’s status is unknown at this time.  The Georgia Sun will have more details as the story develops.

News Blog: Water main break shuts off water in Milton

City of Milton officials re reporting that a water main break is affecting several subdivisions near 13701 Providence Rd, near Summit Hill Elementary School. The school isn’t impacted by the break and Fulton County’s water division is handling the situation. Water in

News Blog: Free COVID-19 testing in Atlanta

District 4 Council member Cleta Winslow is hosting a free drive-through COVID-19 testing event Wednesday, Oct. 14. The event is being held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (or up until 500 tests are administered) at West End Seventh-Day Adventist Church, 845 Lawton Street

News Blog: Free COVID-19 testing Tuesday in South Fulton

The city of South Fulton will hold a free COVID-19 testing event Tuesday,Oct. 6, from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Zion Hill Baptist Church located at 6175 Campbellton Rd South Fulton, GA 30331. For more information, contact Tyron Moore at 404-691-8025.

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