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Marc Eggers

Marc Eggers





Recent Articles by Marc Eggers

  • Veto pen used 10-times by Governor Deal
    Governor Nathan Deal today vetoed 10 pieces of legislation.
  • Drugs found on two while on Jackson County Sheriff's property
    The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office has arrested two individuals on drug related charges while on county property.
  • INK announces plan to grow
    A place where imagination, creativity and interaction replace video games and text messaging...and the children are having fun - lots of it. Sound like a scene from an old black-and-white movie? Actually it happens nearly 70,000 times a year at INK, Interactive Neighborhood for Kids.
  • Fatal motorcycle wrecks mar Forsyth County weekend
    A pair of fatal motorcycle wrecks over the weekend kept Forsyth County Emergency Services busy.
  • HCSO warns of "missed jury duty" scam
    The Hall County Sheriff’s Office is warning of a scam making the rounds in our area.
  • LCKC adds to their fleet
    Morgan House, Lake Lanier Olympic Venue Manager and High Performance 1 Coach of Lanier Canoe Kayak Club, today announced the purchase of seventeen new boats that will be used for the many programs they offer.
  • Farm wineries get Hall Commission okay
    Hall County Commissioners have decided the time has come to join neighboring counties by allowing wineries to be a part of local agri-business.
  • GHS to honor three with diplomas
    The Gainesville High School Governance Council has announced the recipients of the 2014 Honorary Gainesville High School Diplomas.
  • 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.
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