Recent Articles by Marc Eggers
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Turning the page on years of war and recession, President Barack Obama summoned a divided nation Monday to act with "passion and dedication" to broaden equality and prosperity at home, nurture democracy around the world and combat global warming as he embarked on a second term before a vast and cheering crowd that spilled down the historic National Mall.
Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank will watch his team host an NFC championship game for the first time Sunday, and if he gets his way, he'll soon be sitting in the owner's box of a $1 billion retractable-roof stadium downtown.
An ordinance providing for emergency management procedures came before the Flowery Branch City Council Thursday night, but not without questions about where the power of fiat ends and the potential for power-abuse begins.
The City of Oakwood took another step forward in their efforts to make medians and right-of-ways in their community an attractive asset.
For nearly eighteen months plans had been underway, both behind the scenes and before the public, to consolidate Gainesville State College and North Georgia College and State University, with most of the activity happening at an administrative or legislative level. Today the students joined the cavalcade.
Gainesville City Schools are as prepared as possible should an emergency situation arise according to School Superintendent Dr. Merrianne Dyer.
Tertiary Pruitt II is being credited for saving the life of an elderly woman overcome by smoke in a DeKalb County apartment fire.
The first work session of 2013 for the Gainesville City Council was about parks: one thriving, one needing a large-scale demolition, and a third getting a full face-lift after nearly forty years of use.
A missing Rabun County woman has been found.
With nine bases contributing an estimated $20 billion to the state's economy each year, Georgia has good reason to want to protect its investment in the U.S. military and good reason to be nervous about the coming years.
Federal regulators have filed a lawsuit over the collapse of a Sandy Springs bank, accusing its leaders of taking "unreasonable risks" while running the institution.
The annual Eggs & Issues Breakfast once again drew a full house to the Gainesville Civic Center for the purpose of hearing from the Hall County legislative delegation on upcoming and current matters concerning our area.
The upcoming "fiscal cliff" confronting federal lawmakers will have an effect, should nothing be done to avert the looming projected spending cuts, which the students of Hall County will feel.
Santa Claus personally greeted wide-eyed children and wide-grinning parents as they climbed off the buses outside the cafeteria at Lakeview Academy early Saturday afternoon. It was time for the Good News at Noon Christmas Party.
The Flowery Branch City Council Thursday night unanimously approved three resolutions to use Tax Allocation District (TAD) financing as part of their downtown improvements and renovation strategy.
Police say a drug investigation in coastal Georgia and South Carolina resulted in a whopping bust with 39 suspects charged and an estimated $2.7 million worth of cocaine seized.
Senator Saxby Chambliss defended his call for raising more tax money if it comes with spending cuts and gradually pays off debt, a stance that has become harder to hold among other Republicans.
A Georgia firm is speculated as a possible buyer of Hostess Brands assets like Twinkies, Ding Dongs and Wonder Bread.
Stocks rallied in an abbreviated session on Wall Street.
Three people were sent to the hospital with injuries that weren't believed to be life-threatening after the deck of a suburban Atlanta home collapsed.
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