“Any day now” is the phrase Gilmer Fire/EMA Chief Tony Pritchett used last week to describe how quickly the county’s Department of Public Safety will receive two new ambulances for its fleet.
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Following several weeks of debate and controversy, the Fannin County Board of Education has determined that students will use the restrooms and locker rooms corresponding with their birth sex rathe
A Georgia Department of Transportation special unit crew removes accumulated debris from beneath the N.A.
Geneva Ralston Cantrell compared taking part in the 41st annual Ms. Georgia Health Care Association Pageant to what she imagined a high school prom would be like.
A recent donation from the North Georgia Health District better equips the county fire and rescue’s EMA wing to stage an emergency shelter in the event of a natural disaster.