A first aid kit and knowledge gleaned from YouTube helped a local man save the day for a woman hurt by a turtle.
Around 25 residents of the Conestoga Mobile Home Park attended the Monroe City Council’s Tuesday night meeting to voice their concerns and fears over the park’s future.
Gwinnett police said a man destroyed his business and claimed he was the victim of a racially motivated attack.
The Alcovy Circuit bench, long a model of stability, will see a bit of an overhaul after the 2020 elections.
District Attorney Layla Zon will not seek reelection in 2020, but instead will throw her name in the hat to take the bench after Superior Court Judge Samuel Ozburn announced he would not look to return for another term.
Sheriff’s deputies from two counties responded this weekend when several people shot a firearm from a vehicle at a house on Nunnally Farm Road in Walton County.
You have probably noticed the BOGO acronym being used throughout television, radio and print advertisements. This acronym stands for Buy One, Get One, but does not always mean that you have to buy one to get one.
Loganville voters will choose three representatives for their City Council in the fall of 2019, and at least one of them will be a new face at City Hall.
Esther Louise Holmes Ball, 60, of Monroe died Friday, Sept. 6, 2019.
Monroe, Grove look to clean up miscues before region play
LOGANVILLE — Since March, the city of Loganville’s alcohol rules have lurched to and fro more than a drunk staggering through an alley.
Brook Glaefke, a native of Monroe, passed away Sunday, Sept. 1, 2019, in Minneapolis.
Dale Wiley knows where he’s going to be the rest of his life. He will be striding through the pine trees and savoring the quiet on his farm just south of Jersey, where he has lived his entire life, where his father lived his entire life and where his grandfather lived his entire life.
Police responding to a bomb threat found a Loganville man with two backpacks on the roof of a shopping center.
It didn’t really sink in at first, for Rebecca Lowe. The notice arrived on Friday, a white sheet of paper taped to her front door in the Conestoga Mobile Home Park on Vine Street.
The federal government has sued a local company over its alleged failure to give a worker extra bathroom breaks, then firing her.
5G is coming. Just like 4G before it, the technology will make smartphones and other devices faster and capable of processing more data than ever before, ushering in a whole new world of potential uses.
Today’s story about growth and change in Walton County in the last 20 years can be summed up like this: Things were growing really fast, then not at all, and now things are growing again, but not as fast as they were before.
A solar farm that Walton EMC depends on to provide electricity to Facebook’s Newton Data Center is now a farm in every sense of the word.
The biggest obstacle to Walton County’s growth is under all of our feet.