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Marc Eggers

Marc Eggers





Recent Articles by Marc Eggers

  • Forest Service calls for public's help in dealing with garbage
    When you think of the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests, what are some of the images that immediately come to mind? Rushing waterfalls, scenic vistas, clear streams, miles of trails, tranquil spots perfect for camping and picnicking? All of these things can be found on Georgia’s National Forests, but you can also find many places where individuals and businesses have dumped their garbage.
  • Ben Corley to be nominated for Chestatee High AD
    A candidate has been found to fill the vacated Assistant Principal/Athletic Director position at Chestatee High School.
  • Ga. woman, 2 grandchildren drown in farm pond
    Authorities in northwest Georgia say a woman and her two grandchildren drowned on a farm in Catoosa County.
  • Oakwood City Manager delivers promising Economic Update
    Oakwood City Manager Stan Brown told members of the South Hall Business Coalition, “It’s one thing to bring new people in but we need to take care of what we have.”
  • Man found shot in Kennesaw
    Police in Atlanta's northwestern suburbs are investigating the killing of a man found in a road with a gunshot wound.
  • Atlanta airport officials mulling terminal hotel
    Atlanta airport officials say they're studying the idea of building a hotel either inside or connected to the domestic terminal.
  • Governor Deal signs legislation boosting Ga. downtown areas
    Governor Nathan Deal yesterday signed into law a bill that empowers Georgia cities with even greater means to revitalize and re-energize their downtowns. HB 128, which created the new Georgia Downtown Renaissance Fund, gives the Georgia Department of Community Affairs (DCA) new tools to help cities with low interest loans as well as planning and other assistance.
  • Ag Commish talks 'onions' after Awards Breakfast in Gainesville
    State Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black quietly mingled among the guests at the annual Hall County Agribusiness Awards Breakfast Wednesday morning at the North Hall Community Center. He was not listed as one of the speakers, but wanted to show his support by attending.
  • Georgia officials approve tuition increases
    Tuition is going up for Georgia students at all 31 state colleges and universities under a budget plan approved Tuesday by the state Board of Regents, including the largest increase of $372 more per semester for Georgia Tech undergraduates.
  • Atlanta Public Schools hires new superintendent
    The Atlanta school board has unanimously approved Meria Carstarphen to serve as the district's next superintendent.
  • Hall County's fifth rabies case this year confirmed
    Hall County's fifth confirmed case of rabies this year has been confirmed in the Persimmon Tree Road area of north Hall County.
  • Atlanta third on EPA "green-building" list
    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today released its sixth annual list of the 25 U.S. metropolitan areas with the most ENERGY STAR certified buildings and the city of Atlanta is third.
  • Gainesville PD wants HEAT on aggressive city drivers
    Gainesville Police Chief Brian Kelly told the Gainesville City Council at their work session Thursday morning that he wants to bring HEAT to the drivers in Gainesville.
  • Governor Deal: March revenues up 12.3 percent
    Governor Nathan Deal announced today that Georgia’s net tax collections for the month of March totaled $1.32 billion for an increase of nearly $144.5 million, or 12.3 percent, compared to the month-ended March 2013. Year-to-date, net tax revenue collections totaled $13.05 billion for an increase of nearly $705 million, or 5.7 percent, compared to the same point last year.
  • Trial postponed for ex-Atlanta schools chief
    The trial for the ex-Atlanta school superintendent who was indicted in a test cheating and racketeering conspiracy has been postponed until August.
  • 'Sticker shock' might await some Hall property owners
    In about six weeks the Hall County Tax Commissioner’s Office will be sending out residential and personal property tax assessment notices. Roughly 2,600 property owners will smile as they notice lowered appraisals; an estimated 12,000, however, will say under their breath, “What is this about?”, as they notice elevated appraisals.
  • Gwinnett Police arrest three burglary suspects
    Three man have been taken into custody following an investigation by the Gwinnett County Police Department.
  • Gwinnett Police shooting: one dead, one in custody, one being sought
    One man is dead and another is being sought after Gwinnett County Police responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle parked at Lake Sweetwater Apartments near Lawrenceville. A third person, the driver of the vehicle, is in custody.
  • Guilty plea, sentence given in Oakwood attempted rape case
    Ramon Morgan, 32, of Gainesville decided to plea "Guilty" shortly before he was to face the start of his jury trial.
  • Brenau to spend $62.5 million on dormitories, lab and athletics complex
    Brenau University’s Board of Trustees has approved a record $62.5 million spending plan that provides for $8 million in new construction for undergraduate residence houses, a human anatomy laboratory and a field house at a new athletics park.
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