PICKENS COUNTY NEWS & PRESS RELEASES


  • Four Legged Love From Hanna (4/29/2014)
    Eighteen-month-old female red and white hound mix dog
    If you are looking for a loyal and fun companion, a buddy for one of your pets, someone to talk to, take rides with, or hold in your lap, please consider the following pet who needs a forever home to fill with laughter and love: Hello, I am Hanna, a smart, fun young lady who likes a lot o... more
  • Four Legged Love From Hanna
  • Four Legged Love From Randal (4/29/2014)
    Six-month-old, male Staffordshire/Terrier Mix dog
    If you are looking for a loyal and fun companion, a buddy for one of your pets, someone to talk to, take rides with, or hold in your lap, please consider the following pet who needs a forever home to fill with laughter and love: Hi, I am Randal, a beautiful Brindle Staffordshire mix dog ... more
  • Four Legged Love From Randal
  • New Name and Location for Regional Pet Emergency Hospital (4/29/2014)
    In Blue Ridge near the main overpass just off Highway 515 / 5
    Mountain Emergency Animal Center (MEAC), formerly known as North Georgia Animal Emergency Hospital (NGAEH), announces the opening of its brand new state of the art building in the new location in Blue Ridge GA. The new address is 1163 Windy Ridge Road near the main overpass just off Highway 515 /... more
  • New Name and Location for Regional Pet Emergency Hospital
  • Pickens County Chamber Recognizes Lil Momma's Donuts with a Ribbon Cutting (4/29/2014)

    The Pickens County Chamber of Commerce would like to thank Lil Momma's Donuts for their support to the Chamber and congratulate them on their Ribbon Cutting April 29, 2014 at 10:00 am. Lil Momma’s Donuts is a locally owned and operated gourmet donut service provider, covering the Pickens County a... more
  • Pickens County Chamber Recognizes Lil Momma's Donuts with a Ribbon Cutting
  • Pickens County Tea Party Discusses HealthCare Issues (4/29/2014)
    Thursday, May 1 is a special webinar on the Healthcare Compact
    With the passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in 2010 (ACA or ObamaCare), healthcare in the United States continues to be a hotly debatable issue and of great concern to all citizens. ACA has created problem after problem as it slowly unfolds in each state; and Georgia is no ex... more
  • Pickens County Tea Party Discusses HealthCare Issues
  • Strong Storm System Moves East; Red Cross Issues Safety Steps (4/29/2014)
    Tornado and Flood Safety
    The strong storm system that has caused devastating tornadoes in the South and Midwest is moving eastward, threatening other parts of the country for the next several days. The American Red Cross Northeast Georgia chapter has safety steps people can follow and urges everyone in the path of this stor... more
  • Strong Storm System Moves East; Red Cross Issues Safety Steps
  • The Savannah Disputation Brought to life 'in all it's glory!' (4/29/2014)
    One weekend left to see the hit show
    By Rebecca Lehew, playwright Rebecca Lehew and her brother, Tony, wrote, produced and staged their latest play, “Everyday Heros” at The Murfreesboro Little Theater. Lehew is a resident of Nashville, TN and is currently writing her first novel – Pat Jewell, Tater Patch Players. The Tat... more
  • The Savannah Disputation Brought to life 'in all it's glory!'
  • Wesleyan Soccer Hires Paige Hightower as New Head Coach (4/29/2014)
    Paige taught recreation soccer in Jasper before moving to Macon
    Wesleyan College Athletics Department announced that Paige Hightower is their new head soccer coach. Paige taught recreation soccer in Pickens County before moving to Macon. Follow link to news release on Wesleyan College website. ...
  • Wesleyan Soccer Hires Paige Hightower as New Head Coach
  • YOUTH BIRDING COMPETITION SEES, HEARS MOST SPECIES EVER (4/29/2014)

    (SOCIAL CIRCLE, Ga.) – Young birders set event records for bird species seen or heard, from warblers to woodpeckers, during the annual Youth Birding Competition Friday and Saturday. Twenty-four teams from primary to high school ages scoured the state for birds during the 24-hour contest held by t... more
  • YOUTH BIRDING COMPETITION SEES, HEARS MOST SPECIES EVER
  • Pickens County Chamber of Commerce April Business After-Hours (4/28/2014)
    Hosted by Carriage House Coffee Shop, Dough Boys Cakes & Catering & Trouts Beverages
    The Pickens County Chamber of Commerce offers a monthly opportunity for Chamber Members, as well as the public to come together at a local business to enjoy food, fun and networking along with an opportunity to win some cash! The April Business After Hours was hosted by the Carriage House Coffee ... more
  • Pickens County Chamber of Commerce April Business After-Hours
  • Pickens County Chamber Recognizes Betty Lohman LLC w/ Maximum One Realtors with a Ribbon Cutting (4/28/2014)

    The Pickens County Chamber of Commerce would like to the thank Betty Lohman with Maximum One Realtors for their continued support and was excited to attend their Ribbon Cutting, held Tuesday, April 22. Maximum One is local agent owned company where world class service is priority. Buying and sel... more
  • Pickens County Chamber Recognizes Betty Lohman LLC w/ Maximum One Realtors with a Ribbon Cutting
  • Pickens County Chamber Recognizes Stallings Industries Inc. with a Ribbon Cutting (4/28/2014)

    The Pickens County Chamber of Commerce would like to the thank Stallings Industries Inc. for their continued support and was excited to attend their Ribbon Cutting, held Thursday, April 17. Stallings Industries Inc. is a Georgia corporation, and a nationally certified WBE (women’s business enter... more
  • Pickens County Chamber Recognizes Stallings Industries Inc. with a Ribbon Cutting
  • Tornado Shelter Tips from GEMA (4/28/2014)
    Potential for long-track tornadoes with this system heading our way
    There is a potential for long-track tornadoes with this system heading our way. Don’t wait for a warning; know now where you will take cover. Keep blankets or a mattress in your safe area to protect against falling debris. A vehicle or mobile home does not provide good protection; get out and he... more
  • Tornado Shelter Tips from GEMA
  • ARE YOU READY TO OWN YOUR OWN HOME BUT HAVE FAILED TO QUALIFY FOR A TRADITIONAL MORTGAGE? (4/25/2014)

    Habitat for Humanity Pickens County wishes to advise all residents of Pickens County that homes will soon become available for families meeting the Habitat eligibility requirements. Families interested in applying for Habitat Homes should call our Jasper Office at: C: 786-256-0530 H: 706-301-... more
  • ARE YOU READY TO OWN YOUR OWN HOME BUT HAVE FAILED TO QUALIFY FOR A TRADITIONAL MORTGAGE?
  • Charles Fendley Re-elected to Georgia Transmission Corporation Board (4/24/2014)

    (TUCKER, Ga.) - Charles R. Fendley of Jasper, Ga. was recently re-elected as chairman of the Georgia Transmission Corporation (GTC) Board of Directors. Fendley has served on the board since 1996 both as chairman and as a member director. He also is Amicalola Electric Membership Corporation’s chair... more
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