GSP, DNR Reporting Weekend Activity

The Georgia State Patrol reports to this point that 11 people have died on Georgia highways over the July Fourth holiday period. The holiday period started at 6 p.m. Thursday and ended at midnight Sunday. None of the traffic fatalities are reported to have occurred in northeast Georgia. Meanwhile, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources is reporting that there were […]

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Toccoa Re-Evaluates Code Enforcement Procedures

The city of Toccoa is making changes in its code enforcement procedures. Toccoa City Manager Billy Morse said the changes are in line with the city commission’s goals of community beautification and property maintenance. “We have been working with the commission to address that,” said Morse. “We are getting very aggressive in our property maintenance enforcement. To that end, we […]

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Stephens Co. Grand Jury Reminder

Stephens County Clerk of Court Tim Quick reminds those that have been summoned for the grand jury in Stephens County this coming week that they need to report as scheduled on Tuesday at 8:45 a.m. to the Stephens County Government Building in downtown Toccoa. VKFacebookTwitterGoogle+

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Toccoa Reports Sanitary Sewer Spill

The city of Toccoa has started the required testing after a sanitary sewer spill overnight Wednesday into Thursday. Toccoa’s Water/Wastewater Department said the overflow apparently started at about 9 p.m. Wednesday at a manhole in a remote location between Poplar Street and Valley Drive. City personnel reported getting a phone call at about that time of a strong sewer smell […]

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One Killed on Ga. Highways This Holiday So Far

The Georgia Department of Public Safety is reporting that one person has died so far on the state’s highways during this Fourth of July holiday weekend. State law enforcement officials report that the fatality occurred in Warner Robins. The Fourth of July holiday period began at 6 p.m. Thursday and continues through midnight Sunday. To help with traffic, the Georgia […]

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Schaefer Center Hosting One Woman Play Tuesday

A performer is bringing her one-woman play to Toccoa next week. Judith Gantly will perform “Waltzing the Reaper” on Tuesday at the Schaefer Center in downtown Toccoa. The play was written by Paullette MacDougal and deals with end-of-life issues. Gantly said the play takes a moving, yet sometimes humorous look at the journey of both the patient and family members […]

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