Although she nurtured a love of books and storytelling since childhood, Ellijay native Kathi Harper Hill never expected she would write a book.
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More than three dozen citizens attended Monday evening’s meeting of the Ellijay City Council, with many of them opposing the plan for an RV (recreational vehicle) park on Legion Road.
Kenneth and Joyce Chambers of Mineral Bluff spend time with their great-granddaughter, Reese, 3, at the Community Thanksgiving Dinner sponsored by Faith, Hope and Charity Recycle Store and
As an employee with the U.S. Forest Service in Chatsworth, Diana Mullen knows well the inherent dangers associated with wildfires.
An Ellijay man was charged with sexual crimes against a minor after he allegedly forced a Gilmer High School student into a trailer and raped her, authorities said.