October 24, 2020
From the waist up, Joe Worley, of Douglasville, doesn’t look like he would need any help from a service dog. He is taller than six feet by a few inches and has a strong, athletic build.
Bowersville is charging forward with its alcohol ordinance.
The town council heard the first reading of the proposed ordinance last Thursday at its regular meeting.
Oct. 25, 1912 — An article in The Hartwell Sun read:
After more than six years of dialysis, Shirlena Sturghill-Barnett has received a new kidney and is publishing her first book to tell the story of her struggles.
A pregnant woman who walked off the streets in emergency labor is alive today along with her child thanks to a local ministry that recently opened the doors to its new medical facility in the remot
Taylor Freeman, left, smiles with her father and escort, Tyler Freeman, after being crowned the 2020 Homecoming Queen for Hart County High School on Friday, Oct. 16, at Herndon Stadium.
A vacancy on the Hart County Board of Education could be filled by November, and the board is considering any nominations from the public.
The city of Hartwell wants out of the stalled Oakview Crossing development and is hiring an attorney with the hopes of eventually being made whole following foreclosure.