Northeast Georgia Health System is joining a $20 million federal project to improve coordination of healthcare between doctors, hospitals and specialists. The Gainesville system will help expand the idea of a “patient-centered medical home” into a “medical neighborhood.”
City officials in Gainesville have approved demolition of a building at the site of one of the nation's deadliest tornadoes 76 years ago. A local architect says human remains might still be buried there, and he says an archaeological investigation is needed. The Times of Gainesville reports that several factory workers were killed when the tornado tore through the town on April 6, 1936.
Georgia gained a 14th congressional district in last year’s redistricting, reflecting the state’s rapid population growth between 2000 and 2010. The top two contenders for the new northeast Georgia district are both from Gov. Nathan Deal’s hometown of Gainesville.
The baseball semifinals series began Monday night, and all 10 matchups played through at least Game 1 on a stormy night in many parts of the state. While some series ended in two-game sweeps, most will be decided tomorrow.
GHSA baseball quarterfinals action got underway Tuesday night on diamonds around the state. Some series were decided with two-game sweeps, some were delayed and others were split and will be decided tomorrow.
Eight teams moved onto the boys state soccer finals Tuesday night as the semifinals played out around the state. See the recaps below for in-depth coverage of who advanced, how they advanced and what players played major roles.
While Friday night featured the boys quarterfinals of the state soccer playoffs, Saturday was the girls’ day. See who won, how they won, and what players starred for teams in today’s action in our recaps.