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State Sen. Burt Jones hasn't said what his plans are for the 2022 elections, but a photo Monday with former President Trump certainly raised eyebrows.

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Firefighters responded early Monday afternoon to a report of a house near Loganville being struck by lightning.

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Atlanta-based Piedmont Healthcare has signed an agreement to buy four Georgia hospitals including Eastside Medical Center in Snellville.

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In the fight between tradition and modernity, the Boy Scouts of America have lost this round.

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Pastor will fill District 3 seat for rest of the year, following Charlie Akin; city proceeds with manager search

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Mutual respect, officer training key to Walton County’s peaceful protests in the fraught summer of 2020

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There are events across Walton County to meet every one’s varied interests this merry month of May.

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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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A local group dedicated to advancing prosperity, equity and inclusion for all Walton County residents is inviting community members to participate in a “votercade” on May 8.

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Four people face murder warrants and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation is asking for help to find a fifth person wanted in connection with the death of a Bethlehem woman.

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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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The U.S. has witnessed multiple incidents of alleged police brutality and misconduct. Many people of color say they have been traumatized and do not trust those who have pledged to protect and serve.

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City manager says rate hikes in solid waste and some utilities might be needed to reinvest in infrastructure.

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David Thompson thinks he can save the county money on employee health insurance without compromising workers’ coverage. The bulk of the savings could go back into employees’ pockets.

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

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LOGANVILLE — The Loganville Planning Committee discussed how to assist code enforcement in cleaning up the city during a called public hearing April 14. Although the hearing was heavily promoted on social media, only a handful of residents attended.

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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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Vernon Jones, a former Democratic state lawmaker and one of former President Donald Trump’s most vocal allies in Georgia, is the latest Republican to open a 2022 primary challenge against Gov. Brian Kemp.

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Court of Appeals judges challenged attorneys about Georgia governments’ protections from lawsuits and if damages should be awarded to those trying to stop a future event during a hearing over the future of the Confederate monument on the Covington Square.

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Democratic U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock has drawn the first Republican challengers in his bid to hold the seat he won in historic fashion during the 2020 election cycle.

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Former University System of Georgia Chancellor Hank Huckaby died Wednesday at age 79 after suffering a stroke last week.

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Dock Dogs, the canine aquatic retrieval competition, is coming back to Monroe Downtown Saturday and Sunday. The event was not held for the second time last year due to COVID-19.

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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.