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Retired Walton County schools Superintendent Gary Hobbs will serve George Walton Academy as its next headmaster while trustees search for a long-term leader.

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A woman who was convicted more than 25 years ago of the murder of her ex-boyfriend, a George Walton Academy graduate, has a chance at getting out of prison.

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A year after the Visions reception was suspended due to the pandemic, The Tribune brought its Visions honorees back together Monday night to celebrate.

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Two men were fatally shot in what police say appeared to be related incidents overnight in Monroe

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First United Methodist Church in Monroe will see a leadership change after 11 years.

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Gov. Brian Kemp defended The Home Depot Inc. Tuesday after a group of Black Georgia faith leaders called for a nationwide boycott of the company over its position on the state’s controversial election law.

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Monroe and Walton County fire crews responded late Monday afternoon to a fire at the city’s solid waste transfer station.

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Two teenagers have admitted their role in vandalism that caused thousands of dollars in damages at Monroe Area High School.

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A woman was taken to an Athens hospital after being struck by a car in downtown Monroe.

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Walton County Republicans heard a full-throated defense of the Georgia elections bill from their two House members, and from the man who wants to become the state’s next elections chief.

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Three people were shot Friday night in an incident in the Tanglewood neighborhood in north Monroe.

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A Detroit woman was charged with drunken driving in the crash that injured three people and shut down a part of Highway 11 Thursday night.

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The two public school districts in Walton County and the Boys & Girls Club received thousands of dollars each in grants from the Facebook Newton Data Center.

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City leaders say medians have cut traffic speeds

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One person sustained minor injuries when a dump truck full of asphalt overturned on Unisia Drive.

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A family was displaced by a fire at their home late Tuesday afternoon.

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Three new retailers have been announced for Monroe Pavilion as the developers announced the start of “vertical construction” at the shopping center.

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State Rep. Bruce Williamson of Monroe will play a role in helping Republicans expand their majority in state legislatures over the next two years.