Congressman Andrew Clyde Stands Firm Against Metal Detectors at Capitol Building

District Congressman Andrew Clyde is not backing down in his fight against metal detectors in the state capitol. Clyde was threatened with a $5,000 fine for refusing to pass through a detector last week. His argument: it’s a constitutional right for an elected official to proceed unencumbered to vote. As he tells WCHM exclusively…

The city of Cornelia reminds drivers South Main Street in downtown Cornelia will be closed from Foreacre Street to Front Street on tomorrow through Monday from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. for redevelopment Construction. Please use Front Street, Larkin Street, and Foreacre Street as detours around South Main Street during this time.

And it was a tough week for 22 year old Zezmon Steeple of Homer. He was arrested by the Habersham Sheriffs office Monday for fleeing the police, DUI, driving on the wrong side of the road, for running two stop signs and five counts of speeding. He was bonded out Thursday on a $21,000 bond. If you see news in the making….