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Marc Eggers

Marc Eggers





Recent Articles by Marc Eggers

  • Hall County Kindergarten registration dates set
    Kindergarten registration for Hall County School District children entering kindergarten next fall will be held at each of the Hall County School District elementary schools March 24, 2105 and March 25, 2015 from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. each day.
  • Hall Co, Gainesville STAR students and teachers announced
    The winners of the annual STAR Students and STAR Teachers of Hall County have been announced.
  • U.S. Forest Service announces area prescribed burn plan
    Starting this January, fire managers on the Chattahoochee National Forest have prescribed fire plans on approximately 33,000-acres to improve the health of the national forest, benefit wildlife and help prevent dangerous wildfires.
  • Village at Deaton Creek tennis court crack trouble nears agreement
    Hall County Public Works and Utilities Director Ken Rearden thinks that the City of Gainesville needs to pony-up their fair share of the funds needed to replace a damaged tennis court at the Village at Deaton Creek.
  • Sardis fatal wreck victim ID'd
    The victim of the fatal wreck on Sardis Road Tuesday afternoon has been identified as Phyllis Segnitz of Gainesville.
  • Hall Co.Commissioner Scott Gibbs on Dive Team, Hazmat Unit: 'No free ride.'
    Hall County Commissioner Scott Gibbs says it’s time to begin billing outside jurisdictions when Hall County provides them with specialized services.
  • Icy highway raises questions about GDOT preparedness
    A freezing highway contributed to more than a dozen accidents Friday, raising questions about whether Georgia's transportation officials are prepared for winter weather.
  • Caterpillar closing Toccoa plant that employs 125
    Caterpillar plans to close its foundry plant in Toccoa which employs 125 people.
  • Hall Co. awarded state car seat grant
    Hall County is among this year's recipients of a Child Passenger Safety Mini-Grant from the state through the Georgia Department of Public Health s (DPH) Injury Prevention Program.
  • Drug search in Hiawassee leads to two arrests
    The Georgia Bureau of Investigation North Georgia Regional Drug Enforcement Office and the Towns County Sheriff's Office arrested Matthew Scoot King, 38, and Amanda Claire Peluso, 36, both of Towns County, on Friday following the execution of a search warrant at 206 Cypress Drive in Hiawassee.
  • Child dies in Ga. 400 wreck
    A fatal wreck on Georgia 400 Tuesday evening claimed the life of a 7-year-old boy.
  • Gainesville City Council to vote on proposed SPLOST VII uses
    The City of Gainesville has calculated, estimated, analyzed, listed and prioritized what areas would receive SPLOST VII revenues should voters approve an extension of the one-cent sales tax on March 17th.
  • Ga. Agriculture 2015: A tale of blessings, politics and rival schools
    Forecasters for agriculture, Georgia’s largest industry ($72.5 billion last year), shared their expectations for the new calendar year at the Brenau Downtown Center Wednesday morning.
  • New Georgia Poultry Lab dedicated by state and industry leaders
    Agriculture revolves around the weather, so why should the story of the new Georgia Poultry Laboratory be any exception?
  • Hall County Tax Assessor Board re-appointment challenged
    A vestige of voter backlash surfaced at Thursday evening’s Hall County Commission meeting.
  • Jackson County fire destroys house
    A Wednesday night fire at a home on Nunn Street in Commerce completely destroyed the residence.
  • Bus driver, one student hurt in Cherokee County school bus wreck
    An 11-year old student and the 75-year-old driver of the school bus on which he was riding were injured in a Wednesday morning accident.
  • Cumming woman arrested for theft while working as Cherokee County elections head
    The former Director of Elections in Cherokee County was arrested at her Forsyth County home on Saturday and booked into the Cherokee County Adult Detention Center.
  • Search for missing Hall County teen intensifies
    An organized search effort was to take place Saturday for missing 19-year-old Taylor Gaines Kapiloff, last seen at his Bourbon Drive residence in northern Hall County on November 18th.
  • Baby boy first Hall County birth of 2015
    Hall County’s newest citizen arrived shortly after midnight New Years Day.
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