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Marc Eggers

Marc Eggers





Recent Articles by Marc Eggers

  • Volunteers go "cold turkey" at Good News
    It’s amazing how many hours/days of preparation are needed to make a two-hour dinner come off without a hitch, but after 25-years of refining the process, Good News at Noon has it down to a science.
  • Indictment details released in Forsyth Co. DUI fatal wreck
    Details have been released in a grand jury indictment handed down against a Forsyth County teen involved in a fatal traffic accident on June 1st.
  • Gwinnett okays new park for Sugar Hill area
    A new active community park will be built soon to serve the recreational needs of the Lanier school cluster and Sugar Hill area in northern Gwinnett County.
  • Baldwin water advisory lifted
    The City of Baldwin has discontinued the boil water notice that was issued at 6:40 pm Thursday for the Banks County residents on the City of Baldwin water system in the old 441 and SR 105 area.
  • No 'snow-days' for Forsyth Co. schools next year
    According to the Forsyth County school system website for the 2015-2016 school year, no 'snow-days' will be included in the schedule.
  • Kubota rezoning request passes Hall Co. commission
    Hall County Commissioners heard a rezoning request at a special called meeting Thursday morning for a nearly-180 acre tract in the Gateway Industrial Centre, proposed future site of a second Kubota Manufacturing facility.
  • Twins arrested in burglary investigation
    The Gainesville Police Department has arrested two subjects in connection with recent burglaries.
  • State Labor Dept. to help find workers for Banks Co. distribution center
    The Georgia Department of Labor will help Factory Direct Wholesale fill a number of positions at its distribution center in Commerce.
  • Farm-City Breakfast speaker: Ag is huge and vital but hard to see
    Still wearing their heavy coats, guests at the annual Hall County Farmer Appreciation Breakfast in the East Hall Community Center sipped hot coffee, rubbing their hands and gently stomping their feet as they tried to shake the effects of the first bitterly cold morning since last winter.
  • Ga. DOT wants feedback on possible Lumpkin Co. roundabouts
    The Georgia Department of Transportation is seeking the public's input in an attempt to improve safety at two intersections in Lumpkin County with the use of roundabouts.
  • Leaving 'no leaf unturned' for local ministry
    The steady crunch of dry leaves beneath the feet of rake-carrying volunteers was abruptly interrupted by the quartet of gasoline-powered blowers jumping to life. The tenth year of community outreach by Helping Hands Covered Bridge Ministry was underway.
  • Gainesville Council will decide fate of Virginia Circle rezoning request
    Less than 48-hours on the heels of a unanimous recommendation by the Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board to deny a rezoning request for a drive-thru restaurant and retail building at the intersection of Thompson Bridge Road and Virginia Circle, the Gainesville City Council had the request presented at its Thursday morning work session.
  • Peach Pass now reciprocal in NC, FL
    According to the State Road and Tollway Authority's (SRTA) website Peach Pass customers can now drive on Florida and North Carolina toll roads without having to stop at toll booths or receive a separate bill in the mail.
  • Students, vets and public honor those who serve
    About 75 fifth graders from Lula Elementary School sat in a semi-circle in the center of Lula’s Veterans Park, listening intently as an Air Force Reserve Major explained the difference between Memorial Day, celebrated in the spring, and Veterans Day, being celebrated today.
  • Home damaged by early Sunday AM fire
    Jackson County fire fighters responded to a residential fire in the early morning hours Sunday at 583 Cooper Bridge Road in the western part of the county.
  • Two Flowery Branch women arrested for prostitution
    The Flowery Branch Police Department, Felony Probation Officers, and Hall County Sheriff’s Office Deputies arrested two women during the course of a prostitution investigation.
  • Braselton hospital construction crews pass 1M injury-free hours
    Construction work at the new Braselton campus of the Northeast Georgia Medical Center is in its final stretch. On Thursday general contractor Turner Construction celebrated 1-million man-hours at the site without a single time-loss injury.
  • Collins wins re-election to 9th District Congressional post
    Ninth District Congressman Doug Collins easily won re-election Tuesday night and will be part of the 114th United States Congress when they convene in January of 2015.
  • Man killed at Gainesville auto shop when vehicle rolls over him
    A mechanic working as a subcontractor for an auto repair shop on Dawsonville Highway was killed Tuesday when a vehicle slipped out of gear and pinned him to the ground.
  • Egypt, Gulf Arab allies eye anti-militant alliance
    Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait are discussing the creation of a military pact to take on Islamic militants, with the possibility of a joint force to intervene around the Middle East
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