Flowery Branch's interim mayor, Mike Miller, announced Thursday night he plans to resign Sept. 27 to run for mayor.
DALTON - With a week to go before Tuesday's runoff for Georgia's 9th District congressional seat, candidates Tom Graves and Lee Hawkins clashed Tuesday night over whether a trip to Missouri counts as traveling across the country.
PENDERGRASS - Republican gubernatorial candidate Eric Johnson promised Wednesday to give the state's manufacturers a reprieve on certain sales taxes.
CLERMONT - They stayed friendly and civil, agreeing on a wide array of hot-button topics - such as water and sewer, ethics and taxes.
Early voting has gotten off to a robust start in Hall County.
Two new polls on the Georgia governor's race provide some encouraging news for former U.S. Rep. Nathan Deal, yet the Republican primary remains a wide-open battle.
Adults need jobs. Children need education. We need stronger borders.
The town of Clermont is sponsoring a question-and-answer forum Tuesday for the candidates running for the District 3 seat on the Hall County Board of Commissioners.
DAHLONEGA - A bank's lawsuit claiming congressional hopeful Tom Graves and State Rep. Chip Rogers defaulted on a $2.2 million loan is without merit, Graves said Thursday, and blamed its dissemination to the news media on 11th-hour "gutter politics."
Flowery Branch began the year with a group of freshly elected council members and no scheduled elections.
CUMMING – Amid countless American flags, name tags and campaign placards, Conrad Quagliaroli stood out more than anyone, including three candidates for governor, though he never took the stage at Saturday's Forsyth Freedom Festival.
Butch Miller was officially sworn in Thursday as a state senator at the Hall County Courthouse.
Eleven candidates in the recent special election naturally leads to a lot of leftover signs. But with a unique election schedule this year, the signs may not be going anywhere soon.
In his first time addressing Lake Lanier's most well-known advocacy group, Maj. Gen. Todd Semonite, commander of the South Atlantic Division of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, didn't make many promises to protect Lake Lanier's levels.