Patch's Most Popular
Here are some of the most-read stories, blogs, and announcements on Oconee Patch this past week.
Police and Fire
Man has been identified as Raul Alayon, 60, an immigrant from Uruguay who had made his home in Loganville.
Diane Noles Stotler, 65, faces two counts of homicide by vehicle in the second degree after an investigation by the Georgia State Patrol into the June 2011 accident on Ga. 316 near Jimmy Daniel Road. An arrest does not mean a conviction.
The altercation, involving two individuals from Hoschton, reportedly occurred Tuesday night.
Nicole Brooks qualified Wednesday to run for Post 2. She's pitted against Connie Massey in the Nov. 6 Special Election.
The business, which offers scratch-and-dent and refurbished appliances, recently moved into the former location of Lamar's Appliance & Furniture on Monroe Highway.
Volunteers in the News
Mary McKinney's Holy Yoga of Athens is teaming up with Tribe Fitness and HealthSource of Oconee to hold a "Fit-a-thon" Oct. 13 to collect donations for children in need.
"He is definitely a leader. One who all of our faculty, students and parents look to," Colham Ferry Elementary School principal said of Nelson.
Intel stops donations until ban on gay scouts and scout leaders is lifted.
A Simple Trick to Help You Commit to Fitness by Clint Watson
Girasoles Rocks my Gluten Free Life! by Mary McKinney