• No. 13 UNG women’s tennis defeats Northwood 4-1

    ORLANDO – The No. 13 University of North Georgia women’s tennis team kicked off their spring break trip with a convincing 4-1 win over Northwood Sunday. Competing at the USTA national facility, the Nighthawks were in a battle early, having to rely on a deciding doubles match. With the doubles tied at 1-1, Emma Etelalahti and Adrienne Bofinger pulled out […]

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  • UNG’s Shawn Hopkins named to PBC All-Conference Team

    Hopkins Named Third Team All-Conference 3/8/2019 AUGUSTA – University of North Georgia men’s basketball player Shawn Hopkins was named to the Peach Belt Conference’s Third Team All-Conference as announced by the league at the tournament banquet Friday night. Hopkins, a senior from Nokia, Finland, finished the year as the conference’s seventh-leading scorer at 16.1 points […]

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  • UNG men’s tennis defeats No. 13 Georgia College, 5-2

    3/7/2019 DAHLONEGA – The University of North Georgia men’s tennis team claimed a big Peach Belt Conference win Thursday as they took out No. 13 Georgia College at the UNG Tennis Complex at Yahoola Creek. UNG is now 7-1 on the season and 2-0 in league play. The Nighthawks continued their dominance in doubles, winning […]

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  • Collins statement on Democrats opening investigation into Georgia elections

    WASHINGTON — Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.) released the following statement after Democrats on the House Oversight Committee opened an investigation into alleged voting issues within the state of Georgia: “Chairman Cummings’ request makes one thing clear: Democrats are bringing out their full arsenal of weapons to re-litigate November’s election in preparation for an upcoming election. […]

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  • Drug bust at Warwick St. Apartments nets more than $7,600 in drugs

    Appalachian Regional Drug Enforcement Office News Release Contact:  Mitchell Posey (706) 348-7410  For Immediate Release DAHLONEGA, Ga. –On March 5th, 2019, the Dawson County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Unit provided valuable information to the Lumpkin County Sheriff’s Office and the Appalachian Regional Drug Enforcement Office that lead to the arrest of Anthony Fleshman.  Fleshman was arrested after […]

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  • Lumpkin County drug investigation results in three arrests

    LUMPKIN COUNTY, Ga. –On March 3rd, 2019, the Lumpkin County Sheriff’s Office and the Appalachian Regional Drug Enforcement Office arrested Michael “Todd” Eriquezzo, 39, during a traffic stop on Georgia Highway 400. This concluded a six month investigation which uncovered that Eriquezzo was distributing methamphetamine in Lumpkin and Dawson Counties.  Lumpkin County K-9 unit located […]

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  • DAHLONEGA, Ga. — The Lumpkin County Board of Commissioners took a deep dive into the future last week engaged in a discussion about planning the Hwy. 400 Gateway Corridor. But that was just the start of a process that is expected to continue for many months. Tuesday, that discussion continues when commissioners hold a work […]

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  • Gooch’s Broadband Expansion Bill Passes Senate

    ATLANTA — The Senate unanimously passed Senate Bill 66, sponsored by Sen. Steve Gooch (R – Dahlonega), last week. This bill, also known as the “Streamlining Wireless Facilities and Antennas Act,” would address the use of public rights of way by wireless providers. SB 66 would streamline wireless broadband deployment by allowing for a standardized […]

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