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Marc Eggers

Marc Eggers





Recent Articles by Marc Eggers

  • Jackson County maintenance bldg. destroyed by fire
    A fire Monday night in Jackson County severely damaged a county-owned maintenance garage.
  • Jackson EMC announces latest foundation award rants
    The Jackson EMC Foundation board of directors awarded $107,806 in grants to organizations serving area residents during their January meeting according to company spokeswoman Bonnie Jones. Four of them went to agencies directly impacting Hall County.
  • New FCC rules for web to be challenged by 9th District Congressman
    Ninth District Congressman Doug Collins' office says he will introduce a Resolution of Disapproval in response to today’s Federal Communications Commission announcement that the agency will impose new Internet restrictions.
  • Dahlonega man busted in underage sex-sting
    A Lumpkin County man has been arrested as the result of a two-week long sex-sting investigation.
  • House bill OKs cannabis oil to treat 9 health problems
    The Georgia House has overwhelmingly passed a bill to legalize cannabis oil to treat seizure disorders, sickle cell disease, Lou Gehrig's Disease and six other major health problems, including cancer.
  • Gainesville PD, Ga. DECAL investigating report of child hurt at day care facility
    Gainesville Police are investigating a report of a young child who fell and was injured while at a Gainesville day care facility on Thursday.
  • Gas leak in Norcross under investigation
    Gwinnett County fire officials say a stretch of Buford Highway in Norcross has reopened after it was closed because of a suspected gas leak.
  • Six Hall Co. high schools named AP Honor Schools
    State School Superintendent Richard Woods has announced the state's Advanced Placement Honor Schools for 2015.
  • 8 p.m. report: Jackson EMC slowly but steadily restoring power
    Jackson EMC spokesman Mark Owen reports that service has been restored to over 18,000 customers since their initial reports Wednesday morning.
  • Gainesville/Hall Dev. Auth. to support assisted living changeover
    The Gainesville and Hall County Development Authority held a special meeting Tuesday morning to consider a resolution to issue up to $8.5 million in revenue bonds for the purchase and renovation of Summer’s Landing Assisted Living & Memory Care facility on Windward Lane just off Limestone Parkway.
  • Gainesville appeals to legislators to vote down Transportation Funding Bill
    The City of Gainesville is joining the parade of municipalities in protest of House Bill 170, also known as the Transportation Funding Bill of 2015. At Thursday morning’s work session a resolution was presented by City Manager Kip Padgett formally expressing the City’s opposition to the bill.
  • NGTC names campus Chief of Police
    North Georgia Technical College is pleased to welcome Mr. Stan Lovell as the Chief of Campus Police.
  • Flowery Branch man arrested in drug raid
    On Friday Hall County Multi Agency Narcotics Squad agents, assisted by Felony Probation Officers with the Hall County Sheriff's Office, arrested Justin Dewan Hawes, 29, of Flowery Branch, during the course of a drug investigation.
  • Sentencing handed down against north Georgia motorcycle gang mambers
    Final defendants sentenced in 28-defendant investigation of criminal activity by north Georgia motorcycle gangs
  • Hall Co. DA seeks Commission help with growing caseload
    The District Attorney’s Office for the Northeastern Judicial Circuit has reached out to the Hall County Commission for help in handling some of the increasing work demands being experienced in Hall County courts.
  • NGMC rated #1 in Georgia, second in nation
    An independent healthcare quality rating service has ranked the Northeast Georgia Medical Center the number one hospital in the state and second best hospital in the nation.
  • Threat made at Gainesville High School
    Gainesville City School system officials are at Gainesville High School after a threat found was found scrawled on a boy's bathroom wall.
  • Hall Co. man to head Dept. of Corrections
    Governor Nathan Deal today announced that he has nominated Georgia Department of Natural Resources Deputy Commissioner Homer Bryson of Flowery Branch as the new Commissioner of the state Department of Corrections.
  • Hall County searching for taxpayers who overpaid
    In a new effort to find and remind taxpayers of unclaimed monies, Hall County Tax Commissioner Darla Eden announced Monday that her office is looking to return thousands of dollars in tax refunds to taxpayers.
  • Rewrite for 57-year-old Gainesville alcohol laws being considered
    The Gainesville City Council is considering a total overhaul of the city’s alcohol ordinances.
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