CLAYTON — Sixty-five missing road signs from around Rabun County have been recovered by law enforcement officers.
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TIGER — By the time firefighters were called to a fatal blaze Sunday morning on Bridge Creek Road, it was too late.
CLAYTON — The Clayton Tribune has filed an Open Meetings Act violation complaint with the Georgia Attorney General’s Office after Clayton city officials remained steadfast in their argument that a
CLAYTON — In January, the Rabun County Board of Commissioners voted to refinance a Georgia Environmental Finance Authority loan at a lower interest rate in an effort to save county residents reside
CLAYTON — The Clayton Merchants and Business Association is resurrecting its First Friday concerts for the summer.