Storm Damage, Health Department to Remain Closed and Pinwheels Represent Victims of Child Abuse

Here are the top five articles from the past seven days that we think you should read, if you haven't already.

  • Strong winds during thunderstorms late Monday night and early this morning ripped a portion of the roof off the .

  • The will remain closed for the next two weeks after strong winds during storms late Monday night and early Tuesday morning ripped a portion of the roof off the county administrative annex, where the health department is located.

  • April is National Child Abuse Awareness Month and a local organization, The Tree House, offers tips on identifying and preventing abuse.

  • Super H will be the first convenience store in Bethlehem to sell packaged beer and wine.

  • The city of Winder eliminated its seasonal rate charge for commercial water and sewer customers, effective immediately. The rate has been in place since 2008, and its removal is aimed to help commercial business around the city.


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