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Marc Eggers

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Recent Articles by Marc Eggers

  • 2 arrested in Barrow County drug raid
    A month-long investigation by the Barrow County Sheriff's Office Crime Task Force resulted in a major seizure Friday. Sheriff's investigators executed a search warrant at 966 Hancock Bridge Road in Winder. The search netted the seizure of various controlled substances, cash and firearms.
  • Bridge work to continue into Christmas week on Clarks Bridge Road
    The Georgia DOT says work will continue into Christmas week on the new bridge on Clarks Bridge Road with a concrete pour scheduled for Monday.
  • UGA paid more than $40,000 for Gurley's legal help
    The University of Georgia paid an attorney more than $40,000 to represent Todd Gurley while he sought reinstatement from the NCAA after he was suspended for accepting money for autographs.
  • Camp Merrill to become an Army property according to Congressman
    Ninth District Congressman Doug Collins of Gainesville said Wednesday morning that something he has pushed for for many years will finally become a reality.
  • Rep. Doug Collins tours Hall Co. infectious disease control venture
    Bacteria, mold, fungi and viruses are problems worldwide; the answer to the problems they cause might be right here in Hall County.
  • UNG graduates 670, commissions 18
    Twin commencement ceremonies held over the weekend saw 670 graduates honored on the University of North Georgia's campuses in Dahlonega and Gainesville.
  • Homeless shootings suspect charged in 3rd slaying
    Authorities say a man arrested for the shooting deaths of two homeless men in Atlanta also is suspected in the fatal shooting of a woman in nearby Decatur.
  • Gainesville leaders question new traffic light's location
    A new traffic light will soon be appearing on the Thompson Bridge Road corridor, but itís not quite where city leaders hoped it would be installed.
  • Flat Creek restoration set to begin - finally
    Work on restoring nearly 3300-feet of Flat Creek streambed will finally get underway according to Gainesvilleís Environmental Services Administrator, Horace Gee.
  • Free gun lock offered by Safe Kids Gainesville/Hall County
    Safe Kids Gainesville/Hall County announced Tuesday that in partnership with the Gainesville Police Department, the Georgia State Patrol Post 6 and the Hall County Sheriff's Office, it will be distributing free gun locks to Gainesville and Hall County residents while supplies last, on a first come, first serve basis.
  • Denial recommended by Planning & Appeals for Lake Knickerbocker rezoning request
    The Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board Tuesday evening voted 4-1 to recommend denial to a request asking that another subdivided lot be allowed into an existing three-lot property on Greystone Road.
  • Former Grady employee guilty of stealing $480,000
    A former payroll director for the Grady Memorial Hospital Corp. has been convicted of stealing nearly half a million dollars from the hospital.
  • HCSO investigates East Ridge Road stabbing
    Late Monday morning Hall County authorities were called to a residence in the 3100 block of East Ridge Road in Gainesville in response to a possible stabbing.
  • 100-plus mph chase ends with crash on Jesse Jewell Pkwy
    A high speed chase through Hall County Saturday afternoon ended on Jesse Jewell Parkway when the suspect crashed his vehicle across from the Northeast Georgia Medical Center.
  • 3 states join 17 states fighting immigration order
    Three more states have joined a Texas-led multistate coalition suing over the Obama administration's recently announced executive actions on immigration.
  • Gwinnett judge OKs prosecution in infant starvation
    A judge on Friday ruled there is enough evidence against a man and his 23-year-old daughter accused in the starvation death of the man's baby daughter to allow them to be prosecuted.
  • Flowery Branch Council responds to business owner's request
    The Flowery Branch City Council was asked Thursday evening by the owners of one of the cityís better-known restaurants to lower the cost of a distilled spirits license to a level more comparable to nearby municipalities.
  • Patient who may have Ebola arrives in Atlanta
    An American health-care worker who may have been infected with the Ebola virus in West Africa has arrived at a hospital near Atlanta.
  • Lebanon says it has detained wife of IS leader
    Lebanese authorities detained a woman and young boy believed to be the wife and son of the reclusive Islamic State group leader, and were questioning the woman and conducting DNA tests on the child, senior Lebanese officials said Tuesday.
  • Gov. Deal names new Education Advisory Board members; several are from NE Ga.
    Governor Nathan Deal today announced the new members who will serve on his Education Advisory Boards. The four boards are comprised of school superintendents, principals, teachers and local school board members from each congressional district who will meet with the governor and his staff over the next year to provide input on education policy issues facing the state.
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